Find out what Balti restaurants to try in Garforth including Aagrah Restaurant, Grand Indian Lounge, Saffron, Sylhety Balti, Spice house Leeds, Nawaz Restaurant, Masala Hut, Bengal Brasserie, Zoya Restauarant, Joy Bangla
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4 based on 212 reviews
We love Joy Bangla and have been eating here for many years. We very rarely eat out, only birthdays and special occasions really, but Joy Bangla is our restaurant of choice, every time! What brings us back time and time again is the fantastic service and beautiful food! The Bangla boys are wonderful and make you feel like family! The food is always hot, fresh and tasty! Also, the curries are never greasy or oily! A bonus for us dieters! Haha!Congratulations to the Bangla boys, you have an amazing restaurant, amazing food and amazing service. We always have a great time when we come to eat with you. You deserve every success. Thank you for a wonderful birthday meal this evening! See you soon!Penny and ChrisAwwww, thanks Penny and Chris, we do love having you visit and helping you celebrate your birthday was a real pleasure.Hope to see you soon.
4 based on 493 reviews
Really welcoming restaurant . Very attentive staff. Fresh food with fabulous ingredients. Staff were informative and genuinely kind and considerate. Great restaurant , lovely clean bright decorations . Will definitely return .Thank you for a lovely evening.
5 based on 188 reviews
Indian restaurant in the heart of oakwood offering quality food and service.
Quiet Tuesday night only a few tables occupied early doors. With a mate who is a fan and not disappointed, very flavoursome curries and not just the usual on offer. Only spoiler the salt balance was just on the limit with everything, no wonder the beers went down so well!
4 based on 209 reviews
First Sunday buffet after refurbishment. Wednesdayâs teething problems have been sorted out and although busy everyone was served effectively. Staff have returned to their system of serving popadoms,starters, rice and naan to the table and then asking your group and collect your main course from the buffet. Popadoms were served with six different chutneys, including a very nice garlic chutney and plum chutney (both of which I have only had before at the more upmarket Mumtaz in Bradford). Starters were freshly cooked, small portions of a variety of types - crispy but not greasy. There was a great variety of mains including a fish curry and a vegetable and paneer curry. The lamb was beautifully cooked. There were three choices of chicken and three vegetable dishes. This is a small restaurant so manoeuvring is never going to be easy but the removal of the platform has made the space more flexible and movement a little easier. The interior has been smartened and the new crockery and cutlery add a stylish touch. The Sunday and Wednesday night buffet is exceptional value at Â£11.95 but a la carte prices are also very reasonable especially as you can take your own beer or wine.Staff are very welcoming and helpful. Glad to see Massala Hut open again, canât believe that the food is now even better.
4 based on 381 reviews
Top quality food!! Visited this restaurant a few times as a couple and as group of family (20+) and itâs always been really good food!The restaurant staff are very friendly, polite, professional and welcoming & come have a conversation with you! every single time we have visited we have really enjoyed ourselves & Food has been LOVELY! Wouldnât go anywhere else for an Indian! Will definitely be back again!!!x
4 based on 247 reviews
Certificate of Excellence from 2014 to 2019 WINNER Spice house Leeds Welcome to the home of the finest authentic Indian cuisine in Leeds! Spice House is an established, award winning famly run restaurant in the heart of Leeds that offers a true taste of I
Decided to go here for a takeaway, having seen positive reviews and looking to try a new Indian restaurant. However, it was very disappointing. My lamb tikka nawabi Khana and my partners chicken rogan Josh were bland and particularly mine was lacking meat. Wonât be back
4 based on 164 reviews
We at Sylhety balti pride ourselves in providing the very best of food and service at a very high standard. We have been in Kippax for over 15 years and are a very reputable business We are a award winning restaurant that specialize in Indian food A hidde
We love visiting Sylhety Balti, our family have been doing so for 14 years now. We have spent many an evening celebrating birthdays and anniversaries here, its an ideal place to get together with family and friends.The staff are so friendly and welcoming, nothing is too much trouble for these guys. They are very family friendly, its my childrens favourite restaurant!The food is delicious and so tasty, the portions sizes are generous. The prices are very reasonable too.We like the fact that you can bring your own beer and wine as this definitely helps keep the cost down.You cannot fault this Indian restaurant, the staff, food and atmosphere are excellent. They obviously work so hard to make this place successful. We will be visiting again soon!
4 based on 70 reviews
My partner and I regularly eat here and it has always been wonderful.Service is quick, food very tasty, staff very friendly and lovely atmosphere.Tucked away at back of the Newmarket pub it could be easily missed if you are not familiar with area.Onion bargis are delicious..crisp golden balls of yumminess.We are both vegetarian and have had most of the mild and medium spiced dishes and they have all been very tasty. Portion sizes are good and side dishes excellent, particularly the garlic and coriander nan and pea Rice. Never disappointed. .we will definately be back!Thank you for the nice comments and hope to see you soon
4 based on 678 reviews
You arrive to a spacious, well decorated restaurant & a genuine friendly welcome from Imran - first impressions count.Great menu, with some interesting 'non-standard' dishes, reasonably priced beers & attentive staff.The food was excellent & full of flavour - so why not the full 5 stars? I have to be honest, U thought the main course portion sizes were a tad on the small size.That said, a great experience at a high quality place & we will definitely return.
4 based on 446 reviews
The Aagrah experience is designed to overwhelm you with a complete sensory journey, encompassing the rich cultural ambiance and truly remarkable culinary sensation of authentic Kashmiri cuisine... Time and time again... Balancing time-honoured dishes with
Me and my sister visited this restaurant after hearing great reviews, unfortunately this wasn't the case on our trip. It was average at best.We visited mid-week where the buffet price is about Â£15pp - which seems a fair and reasonable price, and great if you want to try out other curries you wouldn't normally go for. When we first arrived, we were told there were no waiting and we could be seated right away - although we were told by the man seating us if we wanted any drinks we could order at the bar and wait in the bar lounge area. Yes of course we wanted drinks? Were there no table service for drinks? We were told there were no need to wait for a table and yet there we were waiting like two gooses and watching other people go in before us? Odd. We were waiting in the lounge area for at least 15 minutes before having to ask the man if we could be seated AGAIN, to which we were seated immediately. We had the buffet in our sights and wanted to be dazzled by the delights aagrah had to offer. Apparently this isn't much - we were expecting a variation of starters and curries...instead we got average food which left us disappointed, we were expecting so much more variety, better presentation of food...maybe ordering from the menu is better?There were nothing really that stood out for us, nothing that would make us come running back for more. The chicken tikka pieces were runny and tasteless and looked grey? For the curries - there were no old time favourites available (none of the classics such as tikka masala, baltis...) now I'm no curry snob, but there should be more variety for a buffet - the lamb dishes tasted slightly the same? If you're fussy I would suggest giving the buffet a miss and ordering off the menu. The chicken korma was lovely though, good effort on that one.Now the desserts were okay - the little jellies and cheese cakes were okay, nothing exciting. No indian rice puddings or anything exciting. We paid at the bar, and we only had one drink each and a jug of tap water while we were eating. I was surprised when our bill came to Â£38 - if the buffet was Â£15 each, then the pint of cobra and bottled water must of come to Â£8? Ridiculous.So to summarise - we won't be returning, if you want average food with average customer service with pricey drinks I recommend this place.
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