Went here with friends before the match on a Wednesday night. There weren't many folk in, but it was pretty early in the evening. Staff were friendly, and were happy to make recommendations. One fella in particular was a bit of a character (in a good way).
My chicken tikka balti was tasty, although could perhaps have had a bit more heat for my taste. The lamb chili rasoon my friend had was very good - rich and spicy and with a good waft of fried garlic. I'd probably give that a bash next time I went. Breads and sundries were all fine.
Came to just under a hundred quid for four people - curries, breads and rices, and a couple of large bottles of lager each. Seemed reasonable to me.
I'll definitely come back here - just seems to be a decent, reliable place to get some good curries.
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