This inexpensive, family-run establishment in the heart of studentland opened in 1986. It's medium-sized with a friendly, vibrant atmosphere that ... More
This inexpensive, family-run establishment in the heart of studentland opened in 1986. It's medium-sized with a friendly, vibrant atmosphere that attracts a wide variety of customers. All the old favourites are here such as bhuna, korma, madras and vindaloo. Other flavoursome treats include the excellent chef's specials and the range of baltis and tandooris. Try a balti gosht (lamb dish), or the chicken tikka masala, recently voted most popular meal in England. There is no drinks licence and alcohol is not allowed on the premises. There is a takeaway service available and there are free deliveries on orders over £5 within a two mile radius.
This stylish yet relaxed backstreet bar and restaurant has a real mixed bag of regulars from lunching office workers and
relaxed evening diners to a happy, stylish and camp weekend crowd. Beautifully decorated, with a cloud painted ceiling and ...
This is a handy place to eat if you are in the city centre and want something spicy. The choice
of dishes is great and its top floor restaurant is decidedly more decadent than other, lesser, Indian restaurants. The ...
Yes, the interior may be very basic if not a little drab but compensation comes in the form of good
service and some of the tastiest Eastern cuisine in town. The Japanese/Chinese menu is mostly based around Ramen dishes ...