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Reviews of Indian Gourmet

Borough High Street, London SE1


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Truly nice Indian
came across this place in Borough high street a month or so ago and I have walked passed the premises every day for the past two years and it has always had shutters down so it was suprising to see a new restaurant in town. When we went at about 8 on Thursday it was not particularly busy with only 2 other tables occupied

Decor was pleasing ( could do with some pictures ) and not your usual Indian flock wall paper style, it had a modern feel about about it with modern Indian "lounge" music to match

I ordered from the evening menu and the food I received was definately not the usual gloopy curry sause , well presented and great taste , my only gripe would be that the chutneys came in a smaller than usual pot and left me wanting more and the nan came in a plastic basket? , other than that presentaion was A1 and my wife was delighted with the toilets ;-)

another bonus is that they do not yet have a licence so we were able to go to the off licence opposite and buy some Cobra ( no cover charge) :-) , staff were polite and did everything asked. Overall cost worked out at an average price of £17.00 a head ( starter,main course breads)

Well worth another visit , hopefully before they get a licence !

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