Coming from a family who's Mum cooks exceptional Indian cuisine, it's tough to critique this place without feeling biased. However this place seems to be a family favourite when we're all heading out in our massive group.
As the title suggests, this place is an eatery, so don't expect anything fancy, and expect it to get loud on their busy nights.
We always order the same thing: Chicken Tikka which comes on a hotplate (everyones favourite) Butter chicken (for the kids, way too sweet for my liking), Lamb Saag, and then mixed it up with a Thali, Tikka Marsala, Lamb cutlets, Samosa - add to that head of Garlic Naan, rice, drinks and you have a packed table!
The service could be slightly more friendly I guess, but we went again last night and the lady who looked after us was exceptionally nice.
I would rate this place a 2.5 because it's OK and sometimes they miss instructions. But since my Mum seems to really enjoy it, I'm giving it a 3 (if she likes it, it's got to mean something!)
Highlight: Chicken Tikka
Lowlight: Lamb Saag (has declined over the past few years, the spinach tastes like paste)