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So admittedly it was a Friday night and we didn't have a reservation, but it is unusual in Southern England to need one in an "Indian" restaurant. Actually, like most restaurants styling themselves Indian in the UK, it is owned and staffed by Banfladeshis. The result was that four of us were shoehorned round a table in the corner that could have comfortably handled two.
Service was brusque to the point of downright rudeness and the meals, when they eventually arrived, came in dribs and drabs, not all at once.
I could have put up with all this if the food had been notable but it really wasn't. I opted for something a little different, a lamb Acchari, described on the menu as fairly hot. Frankly, I have eaten hotter kormas. It was flavoursome enough but marred by tough and very overcooked meat.
One of my friends had a dhansak which was pronounced insipid, and my other two companions declared their mains as nothing special.
Perhaps I have been spoiled living in a predominantly Bangladeshi area, so I know how good this cuisine can be, or perhaps this place is just not that good. I suspect the latter.
Favorite Dish: Well, the garlic naan was OK, when it eventually arrived.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 173A High Street, Rickmansworth, Herts.
Phone: +00 44 (0)923 778722