The sweets sold there are very old. They don't taste as good as they used to be. The restaurant is been closed (glad I did not eat to upset my stomach). Will never visit there again.
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I put order Sweets for business function(Diwali event at company site) 2 days in advance and sent email with timing of delivery with precise function time. this was confirmed in email. However when i didn't receive order on time then decide to call on provided...More
I was really looking forward to going to this restaurant for ages, so I finally took my manager when he came up for a visit. The staff were very friendly, and the drinks were fine. However, the food seemed to be a bit bland. Don't...More
We used to live in Kerala, and I have to say that Pooja is the closest We've ever come to authentic Indian food in the UK (and we've eaten in Indian restaurants the length and breadth of Britain). We first discovered it by accident, when...More
The food is not the tastiest gujarati food i have had. its overly greasy and I have no idea which year the items used in the dishes would have been fresh in. The restaurants in Leicester are much better
Much better than average Indian vegetarian restaurant in a back alley. The starter has some very niceclassic street food, Sev batata Puri is my favourite and the doosas are perfectly acceptable. Only tried the mains once and quite enjoyed Kadai Bengan Aloo and Chana Masala...More
The location is difficult to find. The food is okayish. Some of sweets are good as they are palatable and not as sweet. On the whole if you like Indian veggie food it is worth a try.
This cafe wins no points for setting, views, or plushness. It's a seating area next to the sweets counter and is not posh. However if you are a fan of out heron Indian food, you will love it. The food is outstanding. Definite musts for...More