The restaurant from the inside looks like your standard Indian with the quintessential furniture you find in most to represent the location the restaurant represents; the service is very good with waiters kindly taking to your every need and there being enough working to cater for larger tables efficiently.
The main things though are the food quality and the value; I ordered the Biryani special which contained so much meat I couldn't finish the whole dish (I was ravenous before we went in) and my dining partner said her meal was incredible; there was indeed a lot of chicken in her dish too.
We completed the meal with a bottle of wine and keema naan, altogether reaching £35 which, for a bottle of wine, sundry and two mains was good value in my opinion.
The only downside was the lack of lassie drinks and the atmosphere was slightly stale.
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