|Address:||1 Parliament Court|
|London E1 7NA|
|Phone:||020 7375 0072|
Visits to this restaurant ...
|1. 30 Nov 2000|||||2. 28 Mar 2002|||||3. 31 Aug 2006|||||4. 29 Mar 2007|
|Visit Number:||9 (visit 1 of 4 for this restaurant)|
|Date of visit:||30 Nov 2000|
|Cost per head:||£26.00 (2 beers)|
|John||6||7||7||7||7||6||8||7||7||7.0||See John's comments|
|Neil||7||6||6||8||7||7||5||8||7||6.7||See Neil's comments|
|Brian||8||8||7||8||8||8||9||7||7||7.9||See Brian's comments|
|Graeme||8||5||6||5||7||7||8||7||6||6.6||See Graeme's comments|
|Dave||5||8||6||9||8||7||9||8||7||7.7||See Dave's comments|
John - My favourite so far! Excellent sheek kebab, superb chicken tikka bhuna, chick-peas to die for. Standard dishes not too expensive either. Griff's main course was a bit off-putting however. I hope it didn't taste like it looked!
Neil - Food was really fresh except the prawns in the main dish which looked/tasted like they had just come out of the freezer yuk! Chick-peas were A1. Took a dislike to El Presidentes coat on the way out. Why did someone smash up the loo?
Brian - Enjoyed my meal. Excellent lamb and spinach main. I have never seen better toilets in a curry house - certainly far better than any of the piss-stench ratholes offered up by the local competition. My favourite so far, although a bit on the lumpy side to become a regular I think.
Graeme - I was impressed. Excellent food. Expensive compared with Brick Lane but good v.f.m. Neil DID manage to stay awake, although I had to nudge him a couple of times when he started to droop.
Dave - Superb food, good atmosphere - marked down on service for taking my coat and hanging it on the back of my chair + filling my beer. Hopefully Chelsea will have improved their position by the next Curry Night as I am not sure I can take another Wratten / Tighe onslaught.