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    Posted: 11†January†2005 at 9:57pm
Reviews please 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11†January†2005 at 10:34pm

 

Love it, never had a bad meal and buying you're own wine brings the cost of the meal down. More in style to the traditional Indian restauant than the other two, .

Menu is good, deliveries are prompt and service is good.

Garlic chicken is nice if you are not planning to see anyone for a few days.

I had heard that the kitchen is small though and it's possible that the food is actually cooked in one of the sister restaurants and brought in. Does anyone know if that is true?

 

 

 

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12†January†2005 at 8:29am

I've eaten there twice.

The food was really lovely, great flavours and it wasn't swimming in grease.

I'd recommend it.

 

Why don't you ask them Malc?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12†January†2005 at 9:11am

Food is good (IMO, of course!) - above average but not brilliant.  It's reasonably priced though, so reasonable VFM.

BYO beer/wine is a *very* big positive.  I consider the prices some restaurants charge for drinks to be extortionate - I'm going to a restaurant to eat and don't mind paying for stuff I can't/won't cook at home.  But £3 for a bottle of beer that costs £1 at Tesco?  I think not!

Overall very good VFM - go there!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12†January†2005 at 9:17am

i've eaten there about half a dozen times now- IMO its good, its about right value for money wise, can be quiet during a weekenight which does give the place no soul or atmosphere, but the food is good, and its local to me

 

the sunday buffet is limited and again the place can be dead quiet.... but if you like the classics such as chichen tikka masala and bhaji's and similar you can have a good feed on a sunday for a tenner or so !

need a stella and i need one now !
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12†January†2005 at 1:33pm
I went in there with a friend for a review once. I was
very impressed with the vegetarian selection. It's one
of the better Indian restaurants I've been to, although
my personal favourite is one in Ilford.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13†January†2005 at 5:42pm
Best curry house in the village by far!! Especially if you are a fan of the hotter curries!! Not just loads of chilli powder but really nice spices with some great flavour!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18†January†2005 at 10:26pm

Decided to phone up and try a delivery on Saturday night on the recommendation of those above - but they were too busy so collected anyway.  It was very good, the Dhansak wasn't quite as good as the Tripti but I tried a Mirch Massalla Chicken (spiced up to vin da loo strength) and was very very tasty.

Usually only use the Tripti as that has thick sauces and best chicken.  Only downside with them is that each year they send a christmas card to me and an ex rather than me and the wife!!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26†January†2005 at 5:18pm
Is it true that it's closing?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27†January†2005 at 11:30am

What's closing - Tripti or Sreethi?

I would have thought you were referring to Sreethi, as I think I heard a rumour on this site that the lease was up for sale.   

It's a shame if it does close, but it was a bit daft to open a 3rd Indian restaurant in a place a small as CStP, especially when the other two are good so they'd have a lot to compete with.    Somebody didn't do their market research, ha ha!

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