We had tickets to the theatre and wanted supper beforehand. To honest the restaurants opposite did not appeal so we decided on a punt with the TA recommendations, this place came up very highly. A short walk from the open air car park found us in a scaffold covered street but we carried on undeterred until we found the restaurant. The front of the building was very unassuming and quite non-descript but when we ventured inside we were met very warmly, the decor was functional, clean and well kept. We chose of the specials and the food arrived within 20 or so minutes from order. All cooked in clay ovens to give a great taste, not swimming in Ghee and really very good. For the price, ambiance and quality of food, this really is worth a try just slightly off the beaten track.
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