From Our Editors
Sarpn Group Restaurant specialises in Indian and Nepalese cuisine, giving customers the chance to savour their many exotic tastes and flavours through a wide variety of dishes. Options include chicken, lamb, vegetable and prawn creations, as well as a choice of sides such as rice, naan and sauces. They strive to use fresh, locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible and customers can either dine-in or opt for takeaway.
Great food and perfect service
The food was delicious and tasted really fresh and succulent. The only slight criticisms were that they give us some poppadoms without asking and then charged us for them and although the rules stipulated that we could have any main course up to the value of £14.95, we were charged £3.00 extra for King Prawns even though that main was £14.95. Having said all of that, we really did like the food and would definitely go back again.
Very friendly and helpful. Food was lovely. BYO is a huge bonus.
Nice food. Nice staff. Have been there a few times now.
I would not recommend this restaurant. We were disappointed in the food. The medium curry was soupy. There was a dead fly in the vinegar bottle and something white, that should not have been there, floating in the cold drink. The overall hygiene of the place was of a poor standard. When we visited the restaurant the was work being carried out &loose electrical wires hung across the door entrance.
Sarpn Group Restaurant