Although if you look hard enough you can see the cracks, Sharod has a great character if you like that sort of thing. All of the waiters are dressed smartly and although over the years we've been visiting we had the odd waiter that wasn't switched on, the regular guys are very friendly and attentive. The food is 'good'. I've had a lot of Indian food from different places and Sharod is definitely one of the better ones. Even when you finish your dinner, there's no rush to go. There's often 'treats' for the kids and adults which although not specifically charged for on your bill is probably reflected in the price but it's not the most expensive restaurant I've been to.
Ideal for family trips and as a 'regular'.
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