We opted for the prix fixe, 3-course dinner offer for 12.90 euros. What we particularly disliked was the fact that our server guided us towards ordering naans/rotis, not caring to clarify that these were not included in the meal offer. The end result was that our eyes popped when we received the bill.
The food is nothing to write home about. All the curries looked and tasted similar. Our request for the curries to be cooked without cream did not seem to have been fully honored. Also the onion bhajia appetizer came with just 5 measly onion rings and a little leaf of lettuce. However the size of the tandoori chicken appetizer was surprisingly large, comparing with the likes of raita and onion rings as other appetizer options. It just did not make sense.
What we found particularly interesting was the fact that the appetizers were being served at every table from a foil-wrapped tray which had a very nice flowery display made out of carrots, but soon we started wondering about how long its been around.
The space is also fairly tight, worsened by the solid wood carved and ornate furniture and fixture. We sat closer to each other and guests at the adjacent tables than we would have liked. Lastly, we wished that the music that was being played was a little more modern and lively.
Overall a below-par experience.
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