We ate here on Saturday 16th June 2012 and arrived at 18:30 hours. Early warning signs were that there was a sign up saying 'bank card machine not working' on the front door and that it was completely empty. In fact they looked shocked to see people. We got presented with a surprisingly expensive al a carte menu- (and this was before we had eaten, more surprising after) and so had to ask for the pre-theatre special (£10 for 3 courses, yes its quite cheap although third course is tea/coffee or ice cream) which was displayed outside the restaurant.
I totally flumaxed the waitress by asking what the kadie part of the tikka kadie was. There were only three variations of meat on the special menu so I was surprised she had to summon help with this. The main man came on and mumbled about onions and peppers so I went for that option. Boyfriend went for the chicken tikka masala. Our starters were ok, main problem was the totally tasteless curries and fact the chicken tasted a bit odd. Boyfriend actually had to spit a bit out and has been very unwell for over 24 hours now and had to miss work today. Was going to phone and complain but what is the point?? The customer service is dire, you are made to feel unwelcome and the curries are bland to say the least. Food poisoning appears to be an optional extra.
The fact they turned the lights up to full head-bursting blingtastic level shortly after we arrived and then blasted an appalling mix of tunes out making talking near impossble, meant overall this was a sensory and culinary experience I would never wish to experience again! I have also been unwell since eating there and it's got one star only because it wouldn't let me put none. Don't do it. Even Iceland's own curries are nicer, cheaper, won't be borderline rude to you, blast awful music and lighting at you, or poison you.
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