The only thing going for the Yukti is it's decor and very polite staff.
The food was served in the fine dining layout, using splashes of sauces and garnishes to show off the bland food.
I'm not totally hooked on the idea of having a loud noisy function room situated overhead. There were a lot of people standing outside smoking and drinking. This by the way was just 10 feet from the main entrance to the Yukti.
Whilst at the restaurant, a young couple must have thought better of it, paid for there drinks and made a very quick exit out the door. The lady looked very ashamed.
The Indian menu is not your typical idea of common Indian food. Don't go here if your expecting Madras, Vindaloo etc. The only thing my son recognised was Korma.
The food from start to finish was tasteless and very bland. Out of the 3 meals there was only one with a hint of taste.
Drinks were very expensive, a wine and soda sets you back £4.75. The Yukti must make alot of there takings from the bar?
At the end of our fine dining disaster, we were given a bill that took my wifes smile away, a total of £95 for three people.
Once scrutinised we noted that there was a extra meal sneaked into the bill. A poor apology was given.
Sorry Yukti, fine dining as you state on the big advertisement it is not. Sack the chef! Like I mentioned - Lacked taste, very bland and expensive. I'll keep to my local Indian in Renshaw Street.
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