When we arrived, it took a short time for someone to come and seat us. And it was impossible to tell whether they were expecting us (or cared). Some surprise seemed to be expressed that we weren't there for the buffet but rather the set price lunch menu.
Once we got over the oddity of the lack of greeting and haphazard welcome/service though, the food was delicious. It all tasted very fresh and the naan breads are worth a particular mention - very large, but so fresh and delicious. The only negative our party mentioned on the food was that the chicken pakora appeared to consist of small pieces of chicken in the pakora mix, rather than one large piece.
It's a gem of a restaurant who must focus on the evening trade, as lunch service did seem very haphazard (and I don't think the waiter cracked a smile once). I wouldn't let this put me off though, as the food was delicious.
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Caroline Swan - 05/03/2012