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4 based on 346 reviews
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Been here many times, but what make this place do good is not only the great food but amazing service always fast and efficient...i have noticed (a bit ocd) but any visible glass is always polished...very clean...food reasonably priced for quality...can really recommend the Raj sizzler special...massive! No starter needed and im 6 foot 6..Great to hear that your experience at Prithiraj has been to your expectation further more thank you for adding on the review regarding the cleaning as a restaurant thing as cleaning is vital. Once again thank you for your review and hope to see you very soon in the near future.
4 based on 524 reviews
Kashmiri Aroma welcomes you to an ultimate experience of fine dining and hospitality. Awaiting our most discerning of guests is an array of authentic exquisite cuisine, reflecting the cultural diversities of our homelandOur menu is extensive, offering veg
I ate here with a friend tonight whilst away on business. Lovely welcome and shown straight to a table although we were offered the option of having a drink at the bar whilst viewing the menu. Started with poppadoms and a great pickle tray (ask for lime pickle and you get a second part of the tray) the my friend had lamb tikka masala with a garlic nan while I had Afghani Chicken with a plain nan and Dhal Piaz. The Afghani Chicken was fantastic, beautifully hot and aromatically spiced and the Dhal wonderful. Traditionally spiced rather than westernised cuisine. The nan was also good and all in all a great meal. My friend was equally impressed with her meal and we will definitely be back next time I am in Sheffield on business.
4 based on 348 reviews
The photos of the interior decor look good, but in reality it all looks a bit old and scruffy. Very old school. The staff were not overly friendly and the food was pretty poor I thought. Whenever trying a new Indian restaurant, I always order a meat samosa as a tester and control item. Their samosa was small, dry and untainted by too much meat filling or flavour. Veggies were fresh and well prepared but not tasty. Sorry, but wouldn't go again.
4 based on 510 reviews
I visited the restaurant again, for the 3rd time in the last few months. The restaurant is very clean and nicely decorated. The staff are so lovely and friendly, all of them smiling and very helpful. Each meal has been gorgeous, the waiter has made recommendations for me and I can honestly say the food has been perfect. I can not wait to return.
4 based on 346 reviews
Was staying in Sheffield for the weekend and the bar man in the hotel we were staying in recommended this restaurant and was very pleased he did. The staff were very welcoming and friendly. The food was excellent and the chicken in our meal was really tender, all freshly cooked and served piping hot. Will definitely be returning when next in Sheffield.
4 based on 992 reviews
Family run restaurant opened in 2011 but serving Sheffield since 1988! Situated on a busy a road on the outskirts of the city 10 minutes drive by car from the city centre or a tram stops just a little further from our door step!
Me and my friend went to cutlers spice tonight and it was a complete let down we waited nearly an hour for food when the restaurant was not even busy and even the quality of the food was horrific, one of the waiter actually seemed disinterested when taking our orders and was rushing us think we are going to stick to virajj on woodseats who are far more superior to this diveI will recommend Viraaj Sufi is a good friend of mine how ever! Can I also recommend ashoka on ecclesall road hes a good friend of mine too will look after you better then me thank you for taking your time to Wright this review I can only apologise for the bad experience youâve had at my restaurant!
4 based on 744 reviews
I chanced upon Ashoka on a work trip to Sheffield. The food was nothing short of spectacular. Freshly charred poppadums, slow cooked lamb with jammy caramelised onions, and all washed down with a local Hoxley ale. I'm spoilt for great curries in Brighton but this was something else. The staff were amazing and attentive. And I left with a free packet of biscuits (the world's best selling no less). I'll definitely be back next time I'm in town.
4 based on 432 reviews
Sheffield City Centre's only authentic South Indian Restaurant where the food is freshly cooked on order. Enjoy the taste of succulent chicken, quail, lamb, fish ,prawns, calamari & egg dishes cooked in distinctive South Indian spices. Flavoursome vegetab
When thinking of somewhere to go for a special meal Maveli is always one of the options. This visit didn't disappoint. We started with some popadom's while we made our choices from the menu and decided to try some different dishes. for starters we had sundal and andhra chilli prawn which we shared. although we enjoyed both dishes very much they didn't particularly go together. The owner told us that the sundal was a beach snack often made with mango instead of coconut, that we would really like to try! For Main course we had Kozhi Mappas which was excellent, Thoothukudi Kanavai Masala which was disappointing at the squid was a bit chewy, Erissery which was an excellent vegetable dish, Sambar Saadam which was a disappointing rice dish and quite wet so not good for absorbing sauces. The breads appam and Parotta were wonderful and went very well with the dishes. Service was good and very friendly and the chat about the food was very much appreciated. One slight negative was the wine which was disappointing and I would suggest that they might revise their wine list. Overall I would recommend this restaurant very highly and I look forward to returning soon
4 based on 33 reviews
We had a really fabulous meals here after calling in unexpectedly on the last Saturday in September. It was really quite full, but early so we did get a table. Iâd recommend booking to be sure however. The food was excellent, very flavourful and just the right amount of heat and spice. The indicate how spiced a meal is according to the number of âchilliesâ shown. I had a fish dish (canât recall the name) and was very impressed that the delicate flavour of the fish came through the flavourful curry sauce! They a several fish option (which I think Iâd great!) and Iâm going to try them all. My Donât have a starter as the portions are quite large. M
4 based on 422 reviews
EDIT: 18/10/19 Well, not been here for a while (at least 18 month) I went along with a friend and had been raving all day about the Thali dishes and how nice they were. Well, I was totally underwhelmed on my visit. Gone is the BYO, gone are the Thali dishes and gone is the fantastic Carrot pudding. It is now just another mediocre curry house that just seems to do what all the other generic curry houses are doing. I had a VERY bog standard curry, adding insult to injury, the Bhaji was, even though looking very presentable, tasted as though it had been cooked in oil that was well past it's change date which made the Bhaji taste quite greasy. This is now at the very bottom of my 'to re-visit' list and I would not recommend this place to anyone seeking a decent curry experience. 6/10 - what the hell happend, you have just become 'another' curry house, when you had something so special. Come back Sharrow Urban Choola, I miss you.Previous review: My absolute favorite Indian restaurant in Sheffield. Not your ordinary curry house, but authentic Indian Street food served with a smile. BYO is always a bonus. Just make sure you book for a weekend and try the Thali.Dear Andy I can understand that change does not go well with everyone, but to be fair we have tried to advertise extensively about all the changes for some time now and if you would have checked the website or our Facebook page before planning your visit you would have realised that we are no longer a BYOB thali cafe, rather an authentic Indian restaurant. I can say it with certainty that we do stand out because of the quality of food and service we provide. which should be clear from all the positive reviews we have been getting recently. So thank you for your feedback but we will stick to what we are doing.
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