Went with my husband on 30 June 2012. Met with Radio 1 type music (we are in our 50s) so asked them to put authentic music on which they did. Setting was beautiful - all the carved wood and inlaid tapestry under the glass tables. Food was very good - well presented and tasty. Now for the tweaks - staircase up to restaurant - badly needs painting - how about some colours of India to entice you in? Also the door into the place was like an old toilet door - can be easily revamped by panelling and a change of handle. Napkins were small and cheap - easily rectified - - bright yellow to go with the tapestry would look stunning. The wine glasses were cheap - in Edinburgh the indian restaurants we have been to have crystal glasses and boy does that make the difference. I am not really moaning just giving the management some pointers how inexpensively to up their game to compete with the rest. Also as the interior is so lovely how about a few pictures at the main entrance of the interior. We will be back though!
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