Very disappointed in this very overpriced Indian Restaurant. If the food was good we could have accepted prices 150% inflated over other Indian Restaurants in the area. We had booked in advance hoping for a good table. When we arrived at 7PM the restaurant was near empty yet we were put round the corner on a very small table. We had to put our drinks on the floor since there were four of us struggling with a table more suited for two. They didn’t even do Kashmir chicken which is our favourite so we accepted Pasander but that was nothing like a good Pasander. The chicken was not marinated lacking flavour. The mild curry sauce was lumpy and lacked any pleasant texture or taste. We concluded the chef was not good at the milder curries. But the big thing for us, other than the very inflated prices, nearly 8 pounds for a large glass of wine, we asked for a Rosa but got a house white wine, was the awful Nan bread. It was not the doughy high flavour bread we had become accustomed to over many years. This bread was light powdery and totally lacked flavour. By far the worst Indian Restaurant we have ever eaten in and the very first review we have ever done of this kind. A meal for 3 of us, our share, was 116 pounds and we had only 1 beer , one glass of wine and water. Very, very poor.
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