I ate here on a Tuesday evening and it was almost full - this is because they quietly and efficiently serve really good food at decent prices. No criticism at all!
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Ate here a second time in February 2012 and I will say the food was again delightfully tasty just like the last time. I recommend the pasandas and the momos. The desserts could be a bit more authentic, however the food (main meals and starters)...More
We visited the Gurkha Palace on a saturday night while staying at the nearby (easy walking distance) Aviator hotel. We'd actually been recommended to a nearby pub but they (fortunately as it turned out) claimed to be fully booked. (It turned out it wasn't -...More
This is a long established local restuarant , if you wish to go off piste they will ramp up the chilli heat or tone it down for you, just ask! Wide menu choice & Sunday buffet very popular.
When we - a group of six - visited, the restaurant was packed. Always a good sign on a weekday evening. Obviously they have a well-earned reputation for excellence. We arranged to return in about an hour and went across the road for a few...More
Stopped here while in the area as been years since last visited. It was 6pm as they opened and it became very busy. We started with fried fish and sizzling lamb kofta as well as the complimentary popodums. We then had the staff curry with...More
What can I say. Started the evening looking to go else where for dinner. Forth call after 3 refusals as full else where. Got a table at this amazing restaurant at short notice to be delighted with a wonderful array of dishes to tickle the...More
Efficient service and tasty curry. Nan bread was excellent and come out piping hot, very fresh. The monkfish curry for a main was excellent. The chicken was a little bland though. Also lists all the allergies on menu which is great as daughter has a...More