The nan bread is as good as anywhere. The chicken tikka also was good. Unfortunately from there it was all downhill. The fresh cooking station for noodles was hard work. I had two dishes, one for me and one for my son, they were cooked one after the other when there was loads of room to cook them together. It was so, so overlooked to be just a mush with tiny hard shrimps. My hot order was mild, my sons medium was too hot to eat, a gloopy chillie sauce from a bottle. Service was either too early like coming to take the drinks order before we sat down or slow, waiting for us to stand up and wave, chatting and ignoring polite attempts to make contact.
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