Raavi Kebab is not much too look at - the interior is very basic and a little tired. However the food is great - if a little hot. We had lamb chops & seekh kebab to start - very tasty. For mains we had the Nihari (a house speciality) & chicken Madras which was very hot but still had a good flavour. This is not a licensed restaurant so the food is not cheap as they are not selling expensive lager (I get that) but £3.65 for pilao rice seems a little steep.
The service is a little hit & miss but they were friendly which makes up for a lot.
If you are looking for fine dinning this is not for you - if you are out for a few beers with the boys (Crown & Anchor next door is good) and want to grab a good curry then this IS the place for you!
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