53 Dublin Road
Ok where do I start. On first impressions, the decor is wanting and the tablecloth at our table was dirty which was a bit off putting. The starter was decent, no problems there. There is a limited range of drinks. The main course however was mediocre really, I've tasted far better from my local Indian takeaways. What really got myself and my girlfriend was the greasy nan bread, it was shining! Never seen that before, first time for everything I guess. Overall the food was nothing special and I wouldn't go back in a hurry (if at all), though I have to say the staff were friendly and the Bailey's coffee was nice to finish with. Prices weren't too bad either I suppose for a resaurant in town.
A User - 04/06/2009 | report this review
This place boasts the title of Ireland's first Balti House, and its been going for 20 years on the same site near Belfast city centre. It used to be a vegetarian place upstairs and feed allcomers upstairs. Now, though it serves the full menu throughout, good vege dishes remain a speciality. Everything is really good, tasty more northern than southern Indian food and quantities plentiful (the aforementioned balti dishes are particularly large. The naan bread is pretty good, and also the matter paneer. It's also very good value. It surprises me how quiet it can be sometimes, but you will have no probably have difficulty finding a table.
A User - 08/09/2008 | report this review
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