758- 764 Attercliffe Rd, Sheffield,Tel 0114 2619000
Visited: Sun, 29 April 2001, 8.30pm
Review by Phil Coates
On the evening we visited the food was consistently good across the board, especially the starters which were high quality though not particularly spicy - just very fresh and tasty in every other respect, for which there is something to be said. The accompanying mint-yoghurt sauce was nothing special, however.
The main courses, ordered apna style, were probably a bit too surface-hot, and seemed better at the time of eating than on reflection - no doubt something to do with the high post-prandial fart, burp and indigestion factors.
The nans were a decent average.
Due credit having been given, I have to say that this is not a restaurant in which I found it easy to relax. It gives the impression that it is God's gift - a self-opinion that sits badly with the intrusive Richard Claydeman-style Muzak and kitsch wall art.
This is a borderline case, but at the moment I don't feel comfortable placing this restaurant in a four-star category. There was just enough wrong not to give it the benefit of the doubt. Also, being newly refurbished, we may be in a honeymoon period, and if things start to slide it could quickly end up like a hundred others.
|chicken jhal frezi||4.05||7/10||Jeff D/Phil C|
|chicken dopiaza||3.95||6/10||Jeff D/Phil C|
|vegetable jhal frezi||3.30||7/10||CL|
popadom 60p, onion bhaji (2) £1.30, mixed kebab £2.50, plain nan £1.50.
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