Great food very reasonable, had a wide variety on the menu which made it difficult to choose!! The service was also excellent.
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Excellent food and decent prices. Service was a bit slow but overall a good visit. Would go back as we always enjoy the food.
This hast to be THE most awful Indian food I have ever tasted. The pakora was undercooked and under-seasoned - a mixture of bland vegetables and greasy raw batter. For the main I chose a boonagh to be on the safe side as this was...More
Well presented contemporary Indian restaurant. Visited on a Tuesday evening so as expected not too busy but a fair clientele nevertheless. Waitress was superb throughout and very pleasant and professional. Both the starters(Swordfish) and main (Lamb) were delicious and cooked to perfection, so tender it...More
Had a beautiful meal shared with friends and family. Staff nice and accommodatinh especially with children. Lovely time spent here.
Kushi's is a quality Indian-style restaurant in an area where quality cuisine is in short supply. The menu contains dishes that are familiar plus others that are rarer and original. The service is good and dishes are prepared on the spot. A good experience.
myself and my wife visited Kushis for dinner. On the plus side is the food is excellent and you can bring your own bottle. The minus side was the wait between courses which seemed excessive even though it was busy. (30 min) But will certainly...More
Carry out this time to suit us all. Love being able to personalise our order so lamb khari may not be on current menue but you can still ask for it and ask to thicken the tarka dhal as even nicer. Great poppadoms and nan...More
We visited as two couples, between the age of 40 and early 50's, who are well travelled and open minded, however we all value service and quality. When we arrived, first impressions were that the restaurant was well set out, fresh, clean and airy. The...More
Khushi's have been in Bank Street, Mid Calder, for years. Incidentally, Trip Advisor list it as being in Livingston, the big town next door, but it is in Mid Calder, a traditional Scottish village along the banks of The River Almond. The whitewashed restaurant does...More