Standard price, good butter chicken but maybe a little bit watery. Fast but pleasant customer service. Very accessible to the train station. Portion size was a little bit small for my liking though (although I do eat a lot!).
The thali is not extravagant as you get in an authentic Indian restaurant in London or in India. On top of it, it is tasteless! If you are looking for real authentic South Indian food, visit southall, London or Reading but... More
The thali is not extravagant as you get in an authentic Indian restaurant in London or in India. On top of it, it is tasteless! If you are looking for real authentic South Indian food, visit southall, London or Reading but not Dosa Park. Please don't waste your money on bland and tasteless food! Good to survive but not worth spending your hardened money on. I am amazed that the manger has replied to one comment and that too is showing, he is right and customers are either stupid or wrong. the manger has turned a blind eye to the customer's concern about smelly food and little meat in the biryani but is replying in loud words about the sogginess of the dosa! As I said when commented about my experience at dosa park, the manager was not ready to admit his mistake. The food served to us was bland, late and no attention was paid to us when we raised an issue about the quality and authenticity of food. He even said we don't find curry leaves and mustard seeds in Oxford so we don't add it to masala dosa. Hilarious!!!!! he was giving this reason without thinking. First of all I am an Indian and have been eating dosas since I was a child so I know how they actually taste. secondly, in Oxford there are Indian grocery stores where you can buy fresh curry leaves £ 1.49/pack and mustard seeds are available in every supermarket :D anyway, the biggest mistake ever done to go there and on top of it another mistake was to speak to the manager who was so inconsiderate and was always right as per him.