Entering this restaurant hot, tired and hungry we almost walked straight out again due to the spartan, empty shed feel to the restaurant. This first impression was not helped by the plastic covered table and the fact that I think we were the only diners in this cavernous interior. Eventually a waiter came off his mobile phone and approached us. The lunch menu was less than 5 pounds so, as we only wanted a quick snack it seemed fine for us.The service was casual and unprofessional but the food when it arrived was surprisingly good. We started with a platter of fresh chutneys and poppadoms, then we had a choice of starters such as onion bhajees followed by a wide choice of curries served with either nan or rice. All the food was very tasty, our two curries quite different from each other and it was a good meal at a budget price. Yes the drinks were brought from the next door bar, I don't suppose they have a drinks licence. For me food is always the most important factor in any restaurant but until this chef moves to a pleasanter establishment and employs a serious waiter I can't see him having a successful future. A shame really.
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