There's nothing fundamentally wrong with this restaurant, but neither is there anything to get excited about either. The food, the decor, and the service are all rather uninspiring and average.
Four of us at here on a Saturday night when we would have expected the place to be rammed full. Instead it was less than 50% occupied, but despite this we waited over an hour for our main courses to arrive. It also took quite a long time to order and a long time for the starters to arrive.
The menu is traditional Indian tandoori fare - tikka, madras, vindaloo, etc. There are a couple of specials but nothing particularly exciting. The food itself seemed to be well prepared and it was tasty (when it eventually arrived). I thought that the carrot flower on the top of everyone's main dish was a bit antiquated, but that's just my personal taste.
Not the best Indian I've ever had, but by no means the worst either.
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