Tasty curry deal, accompanied by nan or rice. The ice cream is parev and very very good. It's the oldest kosher Indian place in the area. Over 9 years of experience.
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A really lovely atmosphere, very reasonably priced and a good selection of Indian cuisine. Good portions, good service , nice ambience.
HI Thanks so much for taking the time to write a lovely review. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
The decor and atmosphere are good, moderately formal. Good service, attentive staff. Food was liked by my husband, who loves Indian food..he enjoyed lamb vindaloo very much indeed. I found the food ok but a bit too much of the same thing, I had tandoori...More
If your going to employ a manager then at least employ someone who can manage ! An absolute useless manager appears to be the downfall of what otherwise should be a buzzing and very popular choice for Kosher Indian food, there aren't any other places...More
I had lunch by myself last Sunday afternoon. The staff are extremely helpful and polite and the service is wonderful. The meat thali was amazing for £9.99 and I would thoroughly recommend this dish as it was very filling.
Had a great lunch yesterday at Beit Hamadras - poppadums and chutney, tandoori chops and chick, potato and cauliflower aloo gobi, pilau and naan. Topped off with the best restaurant parev chocolate mousses that I have tasted.
Food was covered in excessive batter. ( onion bhanus and fried aubergine and potatoes. Everything tasted bland with little distinction of taste and flavour. Normally we eat non kosher and there is a world of difference. Maybe the lack of competition enables the mediocre food?
We had an evening meal here. The staff were young, but the service was pretty competent. The food was very good and the environs is all you would expect of a good restaurant. It is on the pricey side (main course around £20) if you...More