you have to pay on entry, which seemed a bit odd. But most of the food was delicious. Too many dishes to mention. The bhindi (okra), was tough and one of the chicken starters was dry and tough to eat. Desserts: Indian sweets my absolute favourites. The Black Forest gateaux, was just a chocolate cake, no cherries! Service good and the music was nice and low, so you could hear each other speak. Clean restaurant except the taps in the ladies didn't work properly, so only a dribble to wash your hand from two out of three taps, third tap didn't work.
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