We were in Scotland visiting family and they recommended The Rupee Room. My children had never had Indian cuisine before and I was a little anxious about how they would find it. The manager (I presume) was very welcoming and particularly attentive of the children from the outset. He invited them to watch the naan being made at the viewing window and then offered them a look in the kitchen to see how the chef cooked the bread in the tandoor.
The food we received was very generous in portion size and the chicken pakora was particularly good for children. The manager was very attentive once again, while giving us time to enjoy our starters at leisure. The main meals were again very generous in size and the naan bread was huge. We had a selection of bread, garlic, peshwari and plain and two bowls of rice to accompany the main dishes. This was more than enough food for three adults and two children.
When it came to desserts my children were able to remember the Gulab Jamin they had made at school and the manager engaged well with my children talking about how this dessert was particularly nice with ice cream, whichis what they opted for.
When we left the restaurant the children were given a lollipop and the manager was once again very attentive in bringing us our coats and helping the ladies in getting them on. As a first visit to an Indian restaurant with my children this was perfect. The staff were great with my children, the food was delicious and very generous in portion size and at £10 a head it was amazing value. I will definitely visit this restaurant again when we come back to Ayr.
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