An evening at Aziz feels like a good evening out, so dismiss any mundane images of your local curry house. The waitresses wear saris, booking is ... More
An evening at Aziz feels like a good evening out, so dismiss any mundane images of your local curry house. The waitresses wear saris, booking is necessary and people drink wine rather than beer with their food. The interior is something of a fairy grotto, with little pixie lights twinkling all around the large white room, and trees in pots create a garden feel. The food is slightly more expensive than typical Indian fare, but much better too. The usual dishes are on offer but the quality of the ingredients makes all the difference e.g. the prawns taste as though they were caught fresh that morning and the meat is tender.
The food was of average quality and the location nice, However, none of this made up for the atrocious service we received.
I have never found waiters so apathetic and unresponsive, taking a leisurely amount of time before dealing with even the most minor of request and even neglecting in multiple cases to bring items asked for, despite agreeing to go and fetch them.
There are far better restaurants around.
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