An old friend was over here from New Zealand so we opted for the Kasturi as we had heard good reports but had never actually been there. We went on the Tuesday after the May bank holiday and, not surprisingly, it was a wee bit quiet. Our party of four were warmly welcomed, and whilst we deliberated on the menu, a round of draught Cobra beers was soon delivered to the table. The menu is quite comprehensive but does not include any beef or pork dishes. The waiters were extremely friendly and extremely tolerant as we took for ever to decide. We started with the lime, pickle and chutney dips with crisp fresh poppodams. We also ordered a chicken chat starter, and I would suggest that anyone who wants just a light meal, orders this as a main course. It was delicious and all four of us got to try it. Two portions of rice was ample to go with the main courses. We ordered chapatis and nan bread and all arrived fresh and warm. The staff were very attentive and the Cobra beer just kept coming. We had time to chat to the waiters, who all spoke excellent English, and they told us that the chef was from Bangladash. He was a credit to that nation, his culinary skills left nothing to be desired ! A great night out, good friends, good food, a pleasant atmosphere and the bill didn't break the bank ! Will be going back again soon.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.