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Just got back from a lovely meal at the Balti Cottage in Coleshill with friends. Fantastic service, fantastic food and at a great price. Chicken Nihari never fails to be my fav main and everybody left happy. Can't wait to go again
We visited the Balti Cottage on a Wednesday evening. It was a family meal and the first time visiting this restaurant. We arrived slightly earlier than booked and were directed to a table in the corner. We were the only customers in the restaurant. The...More
Went here for a meal with a friend. Came out hot but absolutely covered in grease. No flavour whatsoever. Frozen veg. Bland. Would not recommend. For the prices you'd expect alot better. Doesn't deserve the one star. Ceiling looks like it's going to fall in.
Tried their own take on signature dishes dupiaza and kurma and tried 2 original starters, one with a mango sauce and another with salmon.
Tried bangla beer in their wonderful glasses.
Great service, watched the waiter deal with needy teenagers on another table. 10/10
A very stale smell the moment you walk in to the restaurant , a mixture of damp and stale beer
The balti was pasty tasteless slop , we should of followed my gut feeling and turned around and walked out
Truly an amazing curry. With a very good selection of drinks but my god a couple of the waiters looked like they’d been told serving a curry was about to be made illegal.
Seriously tasty food but lacked atmosphere due to the grumpy twins. Would...More
My recommendation would be to go to the Rajrani. I recall that the Balti Cottager has steps but that the Rajrani does not. The entrance into the Rajrani has a right angled turn immrediately inside but I have no doubt that... More
My recommendation would be to go to the Rajrani. I recall that the Balti Cottager has steps but that the Rajrani does not. The entrance into the Rajrani has a right angled turn immrediately inside but I have no doubt that staff at the Rajrani will help her in if necessary as they are really welcoming and the food is much better, in my view! There is parking in the street outside. The boss is a charming man called Josh. Mention that David and Jean with the caravan from Suffolk recommended you and I would expect him to be really good to you! I do hope that you and your wife have an excellent evening!
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