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The customer care and service is the first hint of quality at Indian Kitchen. The manager’s recommendations were on point and they were ready to accommodate our needs. Drinks were rarely empty and food came quickly – all despite the presence of a Bollywood actress in the upstairs area. With the Oakham Curry Club (OCC) there too, rarely has a curry house been graced by so many prominent diners at once. The highlight was the food itself. The starters of samosas, paneer tikka and kebabs had us buzzing for more. Then the curries came – rogan josh, chicken madras, garlic beef and palak paneer. All dishes were superb with generous portions of succulent pieces of meat and paneer and with a pleasing level of spice often lacking in Shanghai. Despite attracting big names from both the Bollywood and curry worlds, Indian Kitchen represents great value for the money. RMB264 per head was deemed to be a fantastic value given the food and drinks consumed. The OCC can heartily recommend this venue.
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