We ate here last night and initially were impressed with the friendly ambience and comfortable fittings. The maitre d' was friendly and personable and seemed to make a point of chatting with diners. The starters both looked good but there was something not quite right with both of them, chickpea fritters weren't spicy and the tuscan sausage soup was overpowered by something, however we made no mention of this. For mains we had the goan curry-me the tiger prawn one, my partner the vegetarian option. Neither of us were happy and left quite a lot. When the waitress came over to clear the table I told her there was an issue with the spice, she replied it is a spicy dish, no i said the spice tastes raw and not blended in, it is not nice, she replied that she would tell the chef but nothing further was done or said.
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Steven Harper - 17/04/2016