Another amazing meal by Sultan and his team. Customer service spot on and the food fantastic and authentic.
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Visited for family celebration. Restaurant was quiet compared to other nights that we have visited. Meal ok, only ice cream desserts to choose from, problem came when trying to pay. Bill was to be split between 3 couples . Only 2 card payments are accepted...More
A group of 6 silver surfers visited the Amity buffet after another recent visit but a standard menu Saturday night. So of the six we include a vegan a pespertarian and 4 gannetts. Fantastic we all were in the right place at the right time....More
Tried here after the other Indians in Camborne were too up and down on the quality of food and service! One minute good then one minute awful! The food at Amity is amazing, i had a Chicken Shashlick plenty of meat and veg and not...More
We visited Cornwall for our Wedding Anniversary and decided to visit Amity Restaurant. Amity were about to close but still accomodated us which in my opinion is very unusual and very good customer service. The owner also greeted us and said we are more than...More
We had visited earlier in the evening delivering cake. balloon and present so that on arrival for our meal it would be an amazing surprise for our 70 year old friend. At the appointed time we walked in and were taken to our table. Brilliant...More
Very disappointing evening on Sunday April 1st. We've been to the restaurant previously and had booked 3 weeks in advance for 6 people at 6.30. It's embarrassing to have to keep asking for the buffet to be refilled, even the basics like rice, onion mix...More
Lovely restaurant with a modern decor. The service was very good with very friendly staff & great food, will definitely visit again!
Excellent food - Bengali fish cooked to order just as I like it. Thank you chef. Really good new waiting staff. Patient and forgiving owners - as I messed up badly making a booking for a large number on the wrong date!
Ordered a takeaway for collection which was available at the time stated although alarm bells started ringing when the place was empty on a Saturday evening. The spicy Naga chicken dish was made from the very cheapest ingredients available, the 'pieces of chicken tikka' were...More