This is an upmarket balti restaurant featuring lots of silver cutlery and trolley service, and some extravagant sounding dishes to boot. You can, ... More
This is an upmarket balti restaurant featuring lots of silver cutlery and trolley service, and some extravagant sounding dishes to boot. You can, would you believe, have your balti flambeed in brandy here. Of course all this comes at a price, but sometimes it feels good to treat yourself. Main meals, for example balti chicken with seasoning, cost around £6-8. By the way, it's a licensed restaurant so you needn't worry about finding the nearest wine merchant to sort out your alcoholic needs.
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