The food was really delicious. There was a delay in bringing out our mains and the staff handled it very well, keeping us informed and comping us drinks. I'll definitely be back
The food was great but the service was awful. Not only did it take a while to be greeted, we waited 10 minutes to be asked for drinks (by this time we had already chosen food too). The popadoms actually came before our drinks did - and we only had two pints of beer, no fancy cocktails!
When the food came, it was nice and I would like to try that again. Unfortunately, when it came to paying, we were waiting at our table with cards on the receipt for at least 10 minutes, then when we stood at the front desk to hopefully draw attention to the fact that we wanted to pay, it was another 10-15 minutes until someone eventually gave us the card machine.
It wasn’t overly busy, it just seemed very understaffed. We had one waitress who walked past us three times saying that someone would be with us shortly, and then when another waitress came to us with the card machine, there was no apology for how long we were waiting! I would’ve walked out if I’d been waiting any longer as it was getting ridiculous. I also thought it was cheeky how they add a 5% tip onto the bill when the service we got wasn’t worthy. We paid it, as it was only a small amount, but I think outside of London, and for a party of two, this should be optional on the card machine.
I also think that going for an Indian when the table next to you is tucking into burgers and ribs from the Red Dog Saloon menu ruins the ambiance. If they are separate restaurants, then I think they should be kept separate.
I won’t be returning, which is a shame as the food was nice. The service however did leave a sour taste in my mouth.
Nice restaurant, great dishes and staff very helpful. Overall good experience.
I went on a Monday lunchtime so it was an opportunity to see what the chefs could do when business was leisurely, and it paid off. Some of the dishes were great, the rest were stunning! Nothing else like it in Nottingham. This is new-wave Indian cooking at its best.
Great new find in the centre of Nottingham. Really interesting combination of Indian street food (I had a Seekh Kati Roll of roast lamb wrapped in a paratha bread ad Vada Pao which is like an indian chip butty) and Indian grilled meats and curries. So much to try on the menu I will definitely be back! Really happy to have this place in town 10/10
Really disappointed. Staff didn’t really have a clue about the food, menu, drinks or service.
Being an Indian bbq restaurant I expected something special but it was simply like any other Indian and nothing different at all.