Have been here 3 times, once when we were supposed to have a curry night for St Andrews and found out that it had been cancelled but one of the party came and dined with me. The last two occasions have been with the church for the curry night. This review is for the last time on 1st May 2014. I came here with 9 other men for St Andrews curry night, I had a diet cola which was its usual self. My food choice was a chicken tikka kurma/korma with egg rice and a plain naan bread. I am used to korma being sweet but this particular one was too sweet, the coconut in it made it taste lovely but why so sweet, the rice was lovely and the naan bread was traditional. My dessert was coconut ice cream with a glace cherry in the shell of a coconut which I always have unless the restaurant I am visiting has lychees on the menu. I contributed £15 to a meal which sounded like it cost well over £150. I will be back with the group but will have a slightly less sweet curry next time. Staff are wonderfully patient.
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