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4 based on 222 reviews
Ordered from here last night then received an email saying order delayed by 25 minutes another 25 minutes later got a phone call saying we don't deliver in your area but you can come and pick it up!! First time ordering from here but probably had a lucky escape if the customer service is anything to go byDear KloppsarmyMany thanks for the feedback, we appreciate both positive and negative reviews as it is all a learning curve for the business. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience you experienced although the apology will not change anything we would like to extend it with all sincerity.Best regards
4 based on 310 reviews
Good Indian food but the decor and the staff need improving.
We love this place so much. The food is just unreal with all the flavours. Service is fantastic from the staff, they are always super friendly regardless of how busy it is and always look after you. Itâs our local, thank you for the amazing service!
4 based on 818 reviews
Bangladeshi & Indian Restaurant, in Remora it's all in the cooking: using fresh, wholesome ingredients, with home-cooked love, and a heartful of passion; just how it's done in our villages Located just a short walk from Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, R
Visited Remora with a group of friends and had a delicious meal. For starters I had the Onion Bhaji and Vegetable Samosa, both were tasty and good portions. For mains I tried a Saagwala chicken curry (spinach based sauce) which was possibly one of my favourite ever Indian meals, flavourful, slightly spicy, and perfectly cooked. The peshwari naan side dish was doughy and sweet. With drinks and tips included my share was less than Â£25 which is extremely good value for money (I could probably have skipped starters and still been satisfied too). Nice cosy atmosphere and friendly staff, will definitely go back.
4 based on 186 reviews
First time eating here and my wife and I decided to try the buffet, so as we could sample a range of foods.There were at least 17-20 choices from Kachumba salad, popadoms and onion salad as starters, saag aloo, mushroom bhajia and tandoori chicken for a more substantial starter, of which we tried them all. All of these things were fresh, hot and tasty, so seconds were a must.The mains were equally fresh, hot and delicious and we both tried the chiken tikka masala, lamb bhuna and chicken korma, which gave us the full spice range. We had fresh naan bread, pilau rice and dips to accompany these tasty dishes.The staff were great and the atmosphere was relaxed and friendly and for Â£10.95 per head, we will certainly go back for a great dining experience. Hopefully they will have other choices to choose from, as they have so much to offer Well done boys,Garry and Laura
4 based on 327 reviews
Rumi By Bukhara is an Indian restaurant serving authentic Indian dishes as well as speciality desserts. We have a cafe/restaurant concept where guests can have a light meal or a full 3 course meal.
Ate here last Sunday and wasnât disappointed. The food was fantastic. You could taste all the individual spices. The meat was so well cooked on the bone then bone removed before serving it just fell to bits. The tarka dhall was really lovey with plenty of garlic. The hot madras was really flavoursome and I had a dish with cream and coconut but again was lovely and spicy. We absolutely loved the meal and the Mango lassi was to die for.
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