Local, decently priced, good service and tasty! I've been to Punjabi Kitchen a few times now. It's always unnerving when a restaurant is quite empty, but you'll soon forget once you have a beer and start to smell the food. The kitchen is totally open so you can see the food being cooked. Admittedly, I haven't tried much on the menu as I always choose the same things, but they are very tasty. Try the chilli paneer, lamb sheesh and papdi chaat to start with and then load up on the butter chicken for the mains. Service is good, always there but not overly attentive. It's isn't a fine dining place by any means, even though the interior is quite modern. 6 of us have been, walked away totally stuffed full of all sorts washed down with copious amounts of wine and only paid £15 each. Not bad I think.
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