Our small family group of three was welcomed on arrival at 7.30pm and shown to our table. The extensive menu was studied, and we ordered from the friendly and attentive waiter. Our starter arrived promptly, as did our main courses;both were delicious. We ordered sweets, which were also well presented and tasty.
The atmosphere in the restaurant was very pleasant, with background "Indian" music adding to the ambience. We left just after 9pm, having enjoyed a first class meal, and look forward to returning. I can recommend the Dilshad, and it is unlikely you will be disappointed. Our three course meals cost £46, including a soft drink; being unlicensed, we brought in a bottle of wine.
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