Curry like it used to be. This restaurant is happily stuck in the past, a past where the same half a dozen sauces were applied to different cuts of meat. Chicken Madras was tender and tasty and, though described as ‘fairly hot’ was, for my taste. ‘mild’. Chicken Jalfrezi was, as it should be, prepared with plenty of peppers. The various Bahjis very pleasant, particularly the sag bahji. Cost with beer and main course around £20 so a good deal. Service can be slow but the food is worth waiting for. Nothing fancy but a good nosh!
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