Great Indian food, would recommend. Was very quiet when we visited. Service was excellent. Could have done with being bit warmer in there.
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Been before, and can genuinely say that the restaurant was more impressive on this occasion. There are some different dishes on the menu and the cooking seemed to be very good and individual. Certainly among the better Indian cooking we have had. The service was...More
Had both a takeaway and meal in restaurant . Both were chicken tikka both were poor, in that they were lacking in spice and tikka favouring . I think that people need to order dishes with a higher spice level here. The food was well...More
Good food, some interesting dishes on the menu, fully licensed, pleasant surrounding, not busy but it was Thursday in November. Attentive staff
We were walking the Coast to Coast trail and had two nights in Kirkby Stephen. We went to Mango Tree the first night and enjoyed it so much we went back again the second night. We have been to many Indian restaurants, but at Mango...More
We dined here previously when walking the C2C path a few years back, so had no hesitation returning when again passing through Kirkby Stephen as we walked the Lady Anne’s Way. Good tasty dishes to suit all tastes, served in generous portions and with a...More
Good Indian food in the centre of Kirkby Stephen. Varied menu for all tastes...three chili rated food not that hot. Staff attentive. ..not good for disabled with toilets upstairs.
A group of four of us visited this restaurant and all thoroughly enjoyed our meals. We all had a different main meal but were all equally impressed. Service was good, friendly staff, quick efficient service. We had a bit of a trek to this restaurant...More
WE booked in for a walking weekend and chose Mango Tree for a Curry on a Friday night. We had a vegan amongst us and have to say we all enjoyed our meal. They were very accommodating as one our party chose a meal which...More
These guys need some competition, their arrogance and poor service can only be down to the lack of competition...poor curry, lots of sauce, hardly any meat..