Pleasant staff and lovely food, no alcohol license, so remember to pop over to the supermarket for your wine & larger. They do sell soft drinks.
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Decided to try this place as we usually frequent the Ruchee in settle but our last 3 visits were disappointing. Unfortunately we wasn't impressed with this place either, on arrival we was just pointed to a table, no greetings at all. Table service was very...More
We had a lovely meal here and the location is good as in center of Settle.The staff were polite and helpful.This restaurant does not have a drinks license but the local coop over the road has a very good selection of wine and beers that...More
We use this restaurant when visiting because it can get busy. Not licensed is not a problem, bring your own mind is allowed and ask for a glass. Remove those to apparent complaints from people that do not know with good food and you have...More
The place was full when we arrived, but the waiter said there would be a table for 4 free in about 20 minutes that he would save for us. So off we went and duly came back after 20 minutes - to be told by...More
The restaurant was full after i took the last table. The restaurant is not licenced. I did not see a single Indian in the place - not unusual, I suppose for this type of restaurant. There was crisp white table linen and service was fairly...More
My wife & I Visited again after a four year gap, having moved away from the area, & to my amazement the main man remembered me . We had 2 starters both very good & for mains we had the Thali, which consisted of three...More
Good food with one of the bigger Indian/Bangladeshi menus I've ever perused. I chose a Bangladeshi lamb dish whose name escapes me, unfortunately (starts with J!) - but not one with which I was familiar. It had a very distinct taste of lime and we...More
We decided on Indian food during on the 3rd night of our visit to the dales. Quiet on a Wednesday. But decent food.