We ate here one evening on a weekend break. The food could not be faulted. The place was packed, so we had to wait a while for our food, but it was worth it. Also, the portions are quite large, so it was nice to have a gap between courses. I had a samosa starter, then a tikka massalla and it was one of the best I've ever tasted. My Hubby had a tandoori mixed grill and the keema nan breads are to die for. Presentation was also perfect. Next time we are up in Scotland, we will make sure we visit again.
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