Found this place on Google for my sisters Birthday meal. Its a little out of the way and tough to find but we found it in the end. The decor is average, a little confusing but the tried to represent both the indian and italian...More
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Hello once again the food was fantastic I haven't been for about 6 months and it was my friends birthday so about 10 of us went and everyone really enjoyed the food and the service as usual 100% thanks mark
At one end of Fort Dunlop, an Indian & Italian combination. The two menus are separate, but there are some crossover dishes to try. Helpful, and friendly, quite wide range of dishes and wines.
We went on a Monday evening and there was only one other couple in there. Service was quick as you'd imagine. We ordered a popadom each with chutney tray, then I went for the bruschetta and hubby went for the fried squid. Both were dissapointing....More
Couldn't get my head around why you'd mix Indian and Italian food, or decor, and still not sure it works. A glass of Pinot Grigio with a chicken korma worked lovely though! Service was good, prices very reasonable and food very tasty.
great service. poor food. comes out too quick as you can see it is microwaved through glass window. unhygenic too. manager goes in kitchen food prep area. without hat. kitchen assistant has no hat too. pasta you can tell is packet job not fresh like...More