As one of the main reporters for the Curry Club for several years I have had the pleasure of eating in very many Indian restaurants throughout the country, but particularly in Kent. I first visited this restaurant shortly after it opened in 1996 (in a former pub) and was very impressed,and despite the plethora of Indian restaurants that have opened in the town over the years it has remained the best, or one of the best, in town. The food is always well spiced, from hot to delicate flavours, freshly prepared, service is always spot on and portions plentiful. Previous reporters have said it all really, and I agree. It is always busy (naturally) and booking advisable (and essential Fraidays and Saturdays). The family also run other restaurants in town, but this, in my view, remains their flagship. For those interested in Indian food (and who might not get in the Gandhi) it is worth mentioning that there is an autentic Indian restaurant in town (i.e. not Bangladsehi run , but with an Indian manager and chef) called Rasoi Ghar in Milton Road. It is smaller, less sophisticated surroundings and with a less extensive menu, but the food is different and also excellent. Gravesend it fortunate to have two Indian restaurants offering much better than the average high street curryhouse fare (and to be fair another - Tufail - that comes close.
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