We went there on a Saturday evening for dinner.
The service was at first very friendly and further on also pushy with selling.
Service should not ask children if they wish another drink. Sure children will always want more.
It is enough if I am being asked once if all is OK, I don't need 3 different waiters to ask me.
Food and drinks:
Chai: very poor, my son likes chai tea, but this was his worst.
My sister did not finished the chai.
Rice was cold and served without a spoon to serve.
Butter chicken was like coloured with artificial orange colour, not as usual from tomato, onion and butter in a thick sauce. The quality of the chicken meat was good.
My vegetable plate was very boring with cold rice, commercial pickles and the worst Daal we ever had.
When I go to an Indian restaurant I expect more than carrots and a few beans in a vegetable dish, for example Okra.
Finally I met the cook in the toilet and he did not wash his hands there.
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