Had a takeaway for two. A friendly member of staff took the order (although insisted on complaining to me repeatedly about the computer being down), and it came on time. Just under £30 for 2 curries, Sag aloo, one boiled rice, one cauliflower pakora, and one naan.
Lovely curries. Both nice and spicy, with tasty meat, and not at all greasy or swimming in ghee, as can often happen. We both really enjoyed them. Nicest takeaway curries we've had for a while. The pakora was nice, with a spicy dip.
BUT, the naan breads were awful. So bad I didn't eat mine. Doughy, too thick, not crispy, undercooked, and tasteless. I guess it didn't help that they are "tawa" naans, rather than those cooked in a proper oven, which we're used to, and much prefer. I wouldn't order them again.
Probably £8-£10 more than we'd pay elsewhere, where we generally have a takeaway for just over £20.
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