We managed to book on the day during the Easter break but the restaurant had a good buzz about it and was pretty full. It has a nice ambiance (though the loos weren’t the best) and staff were friendly and got the level of service about right. The nachos were great as was the cauliflower starter, but we were all a bit underwhelmed by the main courses as everything was a bit bland. I had a curry which wouldn’t have passed for one had it been a blind tasting and other members of our group made similar comments about their main courses. Prices were ok.
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