Located a couple of hundred yards from the railway station on the way into the town centre. This is a pleasantly furnished medium sized restaurant. We called in at around 7.15 on Saturday evening and only just managed to be fitted in.
The range of food is fairly good, naturally specialising in balti dishes. The restaurant is unlicensed, and didn't mind people nipping to the pub next door for drinks, but table water is provided.
The food was well cooked, portions are fairly generous. Prices are very good indeed, with starters around £3, and mains around £8, plus rice naans etc.
Service was extremely polite and efficient. Well worth a visit, particularly if you're eating on a budget.
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