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4 based on 148 reviews
My wife and I visited these premises with friends on Saturday night, we had booked a table and were quickly seated and our orders taken, the starters arrived quickly, I had the meat samosas, they looked nice but upon picking one up, hot cooking oil ran out of it onto my hand and continued to drip onto my plate, the samosas were full of cooking oil which spoiled the taste of them. Everyone elseâs starters were fine, our main meals were very nice and plentiful.Staff were attentive and helpful but not intrusive.Parking is available across from the premises in a local authority car park.I would recommend the Al Nawab and will visit again.
4 based on 187 reviews
Great little restaurant bring your own wine, beautiful flavoursome food.
We came based on the reviews we read, but the restraint was very tightly arranged with chairs knocking into each other. The poppadoms were nice and crispy but the dips very ordinary. Our biggest disappointment was the biryani - no flavour or spice and the curry sauce that came with it tasted like oxo cubes. Fortunately, it was separate. The other main was bland and difficult to find any flavour let alone spice. Reading the other reviews we must have had a bad deal, but won't be going back.
4 based on 336 reviews
Our choice of dishes include: Starters, Balti Murgh/Gosht Dishes, Vegetarian Dishes, Shama Specialities, Curry Dishes and don't forget your Side Dishes. Shama Balti Restaurant is no longer licensed, although you're welcome to bring your own alcohol. We're
Yet another super visit to this absolutely stunning restaurant! Food is out of this world, staff are amazing, Jang front of house is the most perfect host, ensuring your whole experience from start to finish is outstanding. Shahid the Manager equally as welcoming, making sure at all times that you are having a nice time, happy with food etc. Great atmosphere, great experience yet again, what more can I say! Thanks guys, we'll be seeing you again very soon!
4 based on 183 reviews
Samarkand Restuarant or otherwise known as Sammy's, is a family run Indian restaurant established since 1986. Shabbir Laher (Sammy), his wife Zulekha Laher (Julie) and their son, Rahil have expanded this original 30 seater restaurant to its current capaci
Have you ever had that overwhelming urge for a decent curry and you can not get the thought out of your mind. It happened to me on Thursday . I could not be bothered travelling into Bradford as my recent experiences suggested there are not many establishments for reliable India cuisine. I decided to stay local and the Samarkand was my first choice.I was literally leaning on the door at 5:30pm which is their opening time, as the door was opened by the restaurant manager. I asked for a table for one, saddo maybe? but very hungry so who gives a fig.As I settled, a tray of Raita, Onion chilli chutney and tomato chilli sauce was brought to the table with two freshly cooked papadum.My order was taken, a mixed starter of a shami kabab and a lamb seekh kebab served with an onion, tomato and cucumber salad garnish.I requested a main meal of lamb madras and a plain nan, and a litre bottle of ice cold water. Sorted! Cutlery and a napkin were placed on the table for meI finished off the super crisp papadums with the chutney but left some of the Raita for the starter.The starter arrived and I devoured their hand made items and let me tell you they were delicious.The main meal followed promptly served in a hot stainless dish for serving to the warmed ceramic plate. This did not linger at all, as I knew exactly was to expect and it was woofed down in mere moments. Absolutely gorgeous. The tender meat quality cooked to fall apart perfection is the Samarkand's established bench mark standard. Every morcel was consistently good due to the quality of the meat and its preparation to ensure only the best gets into the meal. The nan bread was enormous and tandoori oven baked with the light toasted puffed up structure I like. Just perfect. The curry gravy was a full on spicy flavour of the type of heat that causes the hair on the back of the neck to tingle and a slight sweat to appear on the the brow. They absolutely nailed it. That is why I recommend the Samarkand.I do not apologise for give here my full description of the meal because some curry cafes just do not know how to deliver this quality of service and need some guidance.I paid the bill and thanked the chef with a hand shakeThat took just 55 minutes start to finish, to satisfy my craving. âº
4 based on 1883 reviews
Prashad is an award winning Indian vegetarian restaurant in the heart of West Yorkshire. It is based in a renovated pub building in Drighlington, which has been transformed into an intimate and vibrant Gujarati eaterie. It features a large bar area where
Accidentally stumbled across this restaurant but what a find! Lovely chutneys and dips with poppadoms to start. I liked all of them, especially the seasonal pumpkin chutney. For the main, I had the chickpea mild curry with jeera rice, which was super flavoursome and made me crave for more. The spices were so fragrant and well balanced. The fluffy jeera rice went with the curry brilliantly. In between the two courses, they brought out a complementary dahi puri. It was a very pleasant surprise.
4 based on 138 reviews
Got a chicken rogan josh, looked nice, came in good time and didnât wait long but the curry itself was tasteless and wasnât at a spicy or had any flavour. Also got a chicken tikka naan wrap which consisted of a couple of bits of chicken in a huge naan, waste of money wonât be visiting again.
3 based on 676 reviews
Came for the first time with my family after hearing such positive reviews about Aakash, was served by a beautiful young lady named akiniyah. She was so kind and attentive, my kids loved her The food was 8/10 Would definitely come back again for the service
4 based on 370 reviews
Serving authentic Indian cuisine cooked to order. We use only the freshest ingredients available to cook you're meal
Reserved a table for an early tea. Opens at 5.30, no need to book at this time very quiet. 1st in, all tables set, looked very clean and tidy. Old favourites on menu and some unusual dishes. All food well cooked and well presented. Hand wipes supplied after the meal. Chocolates with the bill. Staff very friendly and knowledgable about the dishes. A few parking spaces available at the side of the restaurant and parking on the high street. Well lit, tables a mixture of sizes and booths available that sit 6 for bigger parties. Soft drinks available and can take own alcohol.
4 based on 289 reviews
We have lived in birstall for four and a half years and this is the first time visiting shama and it definitely wonât be the last! The staff were so friendly and welcoming the manager âuncle billyâ let my daughter choose a free dessert! The food was outstanding we had mixed stater for 2 which I would highly recommend I had chicken shashlick my husband had keema balti and my daughter had chicken tikka masala all were delicious and the nan bread was the best ever. We even got a fresh red rose each when we were leaving. Iâd rate this as the best Indian restaurant Iâve ever been to.
4 based on 157 reviews
Newly Renovated and back under original Management Great for Families, Couples, Celebrations and Events Excellent food from a wide choice menu. Friendly service and a fully licensed bar, you wont be disappointed! Want it To Go? No problem.... Order a t
Visited for the first time and didnât have a table booked. The staff were very accommodating. The curries were perfectly spiced and the onion bhajis unlike any other! One niggle, in that water isnât served as standard (as it usually is in most restaurants). I asked for some and was brought one glass of it. The chicken tikka starter was quite dry and tasteless. All starters came on a bed of salad. Ordered a plain naan and it was perfection-not too thick or doughy. The whole place, including toilets, was spotlessly clean. The bill seemed very reasonable for what we ordered.
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