Approaching the Qarma, the building looked just like a mill. Once inside, we realised that that is what it used to be, and the same high ceilings were still there. Surprisingly, this actually added to the atmosphere and ambiance.
The menu is very extensive and, while there are the old favourites of Madras and Vindaloo for the unreformed neanderthals, there were a number of dishes which I hadn't previously come across. Neither my wife nor I eat meat and the vegetarian section was one of the best we have come across.
We both had starters and mains washed down with a more than drinkable house red. On their web site they modestly proclaim that they believe that they are the "best Bangladeshi & Indian restaurant in Leek, Stoke-on-Trent, Peak Districts, the Midlands and even the UK!!" Now, whilst the latter two may be stretching it a bit, we certainly intend to make a return visit when next in the area.
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