It was great to have an Indian and considering the price this was really delicious and the wine was nice as very often you find the spanish wine needs a splash of lemonade.
Michelle joined myself and Lynda for the evening.
Onion bhaji and chicken puree were the starters we had with the poppadoms and dips, I had the bhaji which was big for a starter. My favourite dip is the mint which I have often tried to make myself but it never comes out with the same taste as the Indian restaurants.
I love a lot of sauce with the curries and naan bread and these were just right, I had the chicken korma and was a big serving for one person. I don’t think anyone would leave here still hungry. Then you have a dessert as well, we had the ice cream to finish off a really gorgeous meal.
Walking over to Michelle’s apartment afterwards we were greeted by her dog Pepe and also one she was looking after called Cassie who looks like she is talking in the picture.
A large gin and tonic later and we were ready to walk home to our beds after a super evening.