3 based on 21 reviews
We were really happy to find this little Chinese as all the pubs/restaurants were really packed and we were beginning to wonder if we'd have to go to the petrol station to purchase our dinner.......Lady on reception was really friendly and the food arrived really quickly. However our food was awful. I had the chicken with udon noodles, it came with no vegetables and was incredibly greasy with no flavour whatsoever. The chicken with cashew nuts was terrible too along with the vegetable spring rolls.
4 based on 50 reviews
We ordered from camber sands holiday park, everything arrived on time and was hot and delicious, very impressed. Will certainly order again
4 based on 88 reviews
Well what can I say. Staff excellent greeted with smiles. Very busy pleasant restaurant. All staff couldnât be anymore helpful, a little hectic and busy but dealt with everything thrown their way. Always made sure that everyone was happy with their food.. Sea food sizzle says as is on the menu and came out sizzling hot. Will definitely come back.
4 based on 273 reviews
Stayed in Camber for 4 nights and ate here twice the food was excellent and the service very good and friendly highly recommendHiThank you for your kind words. Nice to hear you enjoyed your time with us.Hope to see you again in the future. Thanks again form the whole team of khanz.
4 based on 81 reviews
Busy on a Tuesday night probably holiday makers nice atmosphere and plenty of elbow room. Mixed tandoori, king prawns and lamb Rogan ordered with rice etc. Arrived swiftly by attentive waiter. Came with "fresh salad" which looked rubbish to be fair ( iceberg lettuce, bit of carrot and onion thrown in a bowl!) Prawn still tail on, few bits of chewy lamb amongst some nice cuts, tandoori chicken tasted lovely, 3 people with bottle of average white wine and 1 glass of red 3 poppadoms with chutneys at start Â£90 with service charge so could be better.
4 based on 1127 reviews
The restaurant boasts a large glass walled conservatory. This overlooks our own fruit and herb kitchen garden at the foot of the famous historic 14th century Rye monastery. Renowned chef Dev Biswal proudly present a venue that serves hand picked, fresh, p
Incredible evening, sitting at the very table in the picture ( as the light faded that wall was bathed in coloured spotlights). I doubt if the service could be bettered in many restaurants around the world; it was absolutely first-class. The menu choice was superb and every course that my wife and I had was cooked to perfection and contained flavours that we hadn't experienced before. As if that wasn't enough, we received 'pre-appetisers' and also 'pre-mains', which were again exquisite. The atmosphere and overall ambience, coupled with the excellent service, was fantastic. If this review sounds a little bit 'over the top', that's because my wife and I are both around sixty years of age, but agreed that we'd both never had a dining experience quite like it. If you want a really special evening out in a restaurant then look no further.Thank you for your review, we are so glad you enjoyed and look forward to seeing you again
4 based on 460 reviews
We had a lovely Indian meal at the Mahdi Spice on Sunday evening recently. The place wasn't very full and we had the full attention of the three waiters who looked after us extremely well. We started with a couple of popadums and a variety of 5 different pickles, including my favourite lime pickle and a special, homemade one from the restaurant based on a spicy ketchup. I washed this down with a pint of Cobra beer.For starters I wanted to try a spicy lentil Dhal. Unfortunately what came wasn't that spicy but it was still tasty enough. I had a bit more luck with the chicken vindaloo which had a bit more kick to it - just... My beer glass must had had a hole in it as the Cobra disappeared quite quickly making room for a pint of Kingfisher.Service throughout was polite and friendly even when I made the faux pas and enquired about the absence of any Diwali celebrations. This restaurant is run by Muslims. Oops, sorry.
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