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5 based on 1032 reviews
Enjoyed several dishes, each were excellent, my favourite being the red mullet. So many layers of flavour and to think this is all achieved in such a tiny kitchen!
4 based on 191 reviews
Modern Thai street food. The home of fiery fresh Southern Thai cuisine. Call early to book your takeaway. Canteen available to eat in on Fridays.
Visited on a Friday night with some friends. Luckily we had booked a table - it was very busy.We ordered mixed starters between us which was a good selection of spring rolls, chicken satay etc.For mains, we had Pad Gaprow and Pad Priow Waan. All of the food was delicious.The general ambience in the restaurant is very relaxed. The staff are friendly and efficient.Although it was very busy, the food was served with only a slight delay. It didn't matter, we were happy chatting.You order the food at the bar - so what? Overall and great experience; highly recommended and we will defintely return!
5 based on 471 reviews
Did you know? Despite not being an Indian restaurant, The Journeyman was recently shortlisted at the British Curry Awards and voted in The Independent Newspaper's survey of the top 50 restaurants to eat curry in the UK! Our location on the historic Saint'
Really looked forward to visiting here but was a bit disappointed as the food was average, the service was excellent and the waitress friendly and observant to checking our needs for wine, extras etc. Very clean, didn't like the lights directly over the tables. Scruffy car park and gravelly walk along lane to the entrance with quite a few steps to the door.
4 based on 579 reviews
Indian foods at its finest
Visited with family. The place did not appear a traditional Indian resultant inside however looked nice, clean and tidy. Food was nice but lacked presentation. The main thing that let it down was the service. When I visit an Indian restaurant, I would generally expect to spend at least 1-2 hours in, maybe longer. However the staff in this restaurant rushed us too much, throwing plates and drinks down rather than placing them. All this meant we were in and out within 40 minutes. An Indian restaurant is normally meant to be a relaxing experience but this was spoilt by the stress brought to your table from being surrounded by staff that insisted on running and shouting through the restaurant and throwing food down. The staff however were polite just need to slow down to provide a better service. I would happily wait longer for good service not to feel stressed whilst eating my meal because of the stressful and loud atmosphere. The food was quite expensive.
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