Frequent readers will know that I have reviewed this restaurant several times over the last few years and I will continue to do so because the food is that good.
My wife and I ate hear several times during our holiday and the quality of food seems to be better every year.
The first evening that we ate here we shared a very large portion of vegetable pakoras, I had a chicken kadai that was very tasty, not to hot and ate it with a garlic nan. My wife had sweet and sour chicken that again was really tasty and she had a bowl of fried rice that was large enough to serve at least two people. The cost was only a few pounds all in.
On our final visit we decided to go for chinese all the way. We both startied with vegetable spring rolls. These were lovely in flavour with the outer covering a type of filo pastry but not at all greasy as it can be sometimes. The filling was a mixture of vegetables and tasted scrummy.
Next I had Szechuan chicken. This dish if cooked correctly can be superb, if not it can be a disaster, this was the former, really well seasoned with a kick to the dish from the Szechuan peppers. I have had this dish from a so called "very good" chinese at home and it was that hot you could not taste the dish properly. My dish was brilliant. My wife had lemon chicken. Tasty strips of chicken lightly covered in flour and then cooked until a slight crispy texture (but not frazzled) with a sauce surprisingly having a lemon tang to it. We shared a bowl of egg fried rice that was ample for two people, with a bottle of Indian sauvignon blanc the bill came to around £12.00. At home the wine would have cost that alone.
If you are ever in this area do try it, speak to Alice the owner of the shop next door and also the restaurant and tell them that Cliff & Christine sent you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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