Huge restaurant house red £20 a bottle but nice, starters were alright had better at our local takeaway I had king prawn dhoi or something like that and it was delicious oils come back again but not bother with starters
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I have been to many Indian restaurants all over the world and this is the worst by far! Bad service, vile food and over priced. Waited over 90 mins for the main course which was watery and the chicken hadn't been marinated. Wouldn't eat here if they paid me!
A bog standard Indian in very unusual setting. Food prices are a little over average and don't really warrant it. There wasn't anything on the menu that stood out as different to other curry houses. The Drinks Menu is very misleading. The measures are incorrect to the prices - £3.60 for a PINT of Non-alcoholic beer. This is served as... More
All good, the only negative would be that if you visit on a quiet night, you may notice a lack of atmosphere due to the place being so big. The food, prices and service were all good and I would recommend a visit.
Visited the Eastern Eye with friends visiting from Canada. We shared a mix of fabulous dishes. Although Service was slow at the start it quickly reached very high standards. Gorgeous room just up a flight of stairs. Highly recommended.
Quite an unassuming place until you climb the stairs to the main entrance. Once inside it transforms into a restaurant off quite big proportions. There are many tables and infact probably too many as they are really close together and not really good for a romantic dinner. The service is very good though and the menu varied as are Indian... More
Really enjoyed our meals here in such a beautiful venue. Service was very effecient and the curry full of flavour. Prices were more than reasonable aswell. We received such amazing service from Shaun - when he discovered we were on our honeymoon he went above and beyond. Thank you so much for making a quick meal such a lovely experience.
We love our curries and always struggle in Bath (apart from the mint room which is good but more fusion than good old basic curry and a bit pricey). Food here is average, portions on the smaller size (naans are tea plate sized). Hot curries seem to be a basic medium sauce with a large dollop of lime pickle thrown... More
This large busy Indian restaurant in the centre of Bath is housed in a huge first floor dining room. The room is extremely impressive with large domed roof lights in the very high ceiling. The walls are adorned with huge murals of Indian scenes, decorative and appropriate but interior design rather than art. The place was extremely busy, it being... More
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