- review added on Fri 23rd Jan 2004
Good food reasonable price, also good to take away. Good deals.
Recommended Dishes: Chicken Masala
Get what you pay for - bargain £5 deal
- review added on Sun 14th Mar 2004
I think you basically get what you pay for. The foods nice, not amazing but when you pay £5 for two courses what do you expect? Great for a cheap night with your mates. If you don't go for the cheap menu I'm sure it's really good anyway.
Review added on Sat 3rd Apr 2004
£2.50 all you can eat - sounded a bargain, but curry was tastless, chicken didnt resemble chicken and attitude of staff was rude - one to miss!
- review added on Tue 20th Sep 2005
Outstanding. I've had enough of paying £25 per head for a weeks dose of acid indigestion. £5 meal deal for starter, main course, rice or nan and side dish - outstanding value! Food is very good and staff are fantastic (as long as you aren't one of those types who thinks arrogance is a necessary attribute to take into an indian restaurant). Very difficult to justify going anywhere else!!!
Recommended Dishes: Lamb Tikka Madras
- review added on Sun 26th Mar 2006
Kismet is superb, the £5 meal deal can't be beaten. The food is delicious and the staff are so friendly. I am definitely returning!!
Recommended Dishes: Prawn puree, extra spicy lamb madras with mushroom rice and a naan
Curry in a hurry!!!!!!
- review added on Thu 5th Jul 2007
Overall the food wasn't bad for a FIVER but very small portions on the starters (I am sure they would be bigger if you were ordering from ordinary menu). We were very quiet and polite to the staff,but they came over three times to ask were we finished whilst I was still eating. We were kept waiting for the bill. Because of this I would not dine again.