Koh-I-Noor



758- 764 Attercliffe Rd, Sheffield,Tel 0114 2619000

Visited: Sun, 29 April 2001, 8.30pm

Review by Phil Coates

Category Marks
Food 7/10
Service 7/10
Value 5/10

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.

Dish Price (£) Marks Consumer
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.