Absolutely fantastic food. Attentive service. Visited 4 times during our week's stay! Highly recommend
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This is a busy place and rightly so. The food is nice without being fantastic. Nan bread. was a dissapointment as it was more like a small pizza base. good size portion however.
My husband and I went here with our 1 year old baby. Their welcome was distant and uninterested. A baby-seat wasn't offered. After sitting for just 1 minute looking at the menu we where asked if we where ready to order and then we where...More
Yesterday was my 2nd time in this restaurant and was better than the 1st. I had vegetable pakora for starters and a really nice octopus stew as a main. The owner told us that "sapana" means "dream" in Hindu and I can certainly vouch that...More
We always make it a point to eat here every couple of months - especially during winter. Very good authentic Indian food. Waiters are very courteous and very efficient. What we like about this restaurant is that it is small and comfortable, and close by...More
One of the best Indian meals I've ever had, very friendly staff too. Mixed starters were great, the onion bhajis being my favourite by far. Had the Lamb Channa for main course, the lamb is insanely tender and very tasty.
Fatastic food cooked honestly. If you like a proper tasting curry order the Chicken Tikka Rojan Josh, i know i know it should be lamb, which is also very tasty, order a small pilua and one of the Sapanas great achievements: An Aloo Paratha. Ask...More