This restaurant is now called Masala Hut and it is fabulous. Four of us went last night for my sisters birthday. The new management have given the place a lovely face lift so that surroundings are gorgeous. The waiters are excellent too, attentive but not in your face. The food is delightful and totally yummy!!! It is a BYO restaurant and we were given a corkscrews and glasses as soon as we sat down. The menu is extensive and the specials are great. I have Chicken Tikka Chum Chum which was delicious. We had 3 starters, 3 main courses, 4 side dishes and the bill came to £39, which is a bargain!!! To top the evening off, we asked one of the waiters to order us a taxi and he actually gave us a lift to where we needed to go. I am not sure this service is available all the time (ha ha) but it was very kind of them. All in all a fantastic dining experience and we are already planning our next visit (or 3).
This restaurant open several years ago and until last month I had purposely avoided dining there, due to the fact you can only describe the location of it as being in the middle of a car park and the building looks like an old shed! However my partner and another couple decided due to the credit crunch and with christmas looming an inexpensive night out was needed. Armed with bottles of wine and beer we ventured with nervous trepidation (This is a bring your own drinks resaurant) and we were very pleasently surprised. The surroundings were basis but clean and we were shown to our table and immediately brought menus and asked if we needed a corkscrew or bottle opener. The waiters were attentive but not in your face and after much deliberation over the extensive menu we all ordered. As well as the usual korma, madras, bhuna etc there is a large choice of specials which the waiter highly recommended. Complimenterary popadoms and relishes were brought whilst we awaited our starters. When the starters arrived they were freshly cooked and pipping hot and of very generous preportions. The main courses were equally generous and very tasty and and all our party agreed the food could not be faulted. The main downfall was when we went to use the toilets!! What can I say, we weren't expecting heated toilet seats or quilted loo roll but basic is too good a word to describe them! My advise would be to cross your legs and wait until you get home! However despite this slight oversight we would definately return again for good cheap authentic indian food! Cheeap and cheerful it definately is!
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