Crewe Toll Curry Tasters Restaurant Review : "Agoon Pani"

87-91a Henderson Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6ED, 0131 553 3980 www

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Average from 6 reviews
overall
 3.5
with an average price of £34.17
pre-starters
 3.7
starters
 3.8
mains
 3.9
sides
 3.6
service
 3.2
atmosphere
 2.8
value for money
 2.9

reviewer Phil Hunt
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 4.0
starters
 3.5
mains
 4.0
sides
 3.5
service
 3.0
atmosphere
 3.0
value for money
 2.5
price £35 (including tip)
comment Lamb Hotpot Starter.

Tandoori Kebab Platter Main
overall
 3.3

reviewer Jo Cross
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 3.5
starters
 3.0
mains
 4.0
sides
 3.5
service
 3.0
atmosphere
 3.0
value for money
 2.5
price £35 (including tip)
comment Keema Hotpot Starter.

Salmon Majadaar Main
overall
 3.2

reviewer Ian Jones
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 3.0
starters
 4.0
mains
 3.0
sides
 4.5
service
 3.0
atmosphere
 2.0
value for money
 3.0
price £32.00
comment Bright and clean restaurant with view out to Water of Leith. Was empty when we arrived at 7:30 but started to fill up later in the evening. Played standard fare Indian restaurant music. Atmosphere a bit clinical was glad to be there in a group
Good choice of menu with other dishes I haven't heard of or tried before.

Onion Bhaji - nice and spicy and unlike many bhajis was not dripping in grease.

Polashi Chicken - chicken nicely cooked with a good tandoori taste, sauce tasty but maybe too much. Glad I tried it but wouldn't choose it again

Saag Aloo - very nice best I have had for a while

Plain Naan - nicely prepared and reasonable size

Would I go back? - if I was passing but wouldn't go out my way to dine there
overall
 3.3

reviewer Fraser Hancock
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 3.0
starters
 4.0
mains
 4.0
sides
 4.0
service
 3.0
atmosphere
 2.0
value for money
 3.5
price £33 (including tip)
comment Mixed Kebab good
Polashi chicken good
Naan & rice nice
No beer on tap on this visit
overall
 3.6

reviewer Derek Stronach
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 4.5
starters
 4.5
mains
 4.0
sides
 3.0
service
 3.5
atmosphere
 3.5
value for money
 2.5
price £35 (including tip)
comment The poppadums were fresh and crisp and they came with an excellent selection of pickles. The lime pickle was very good, sour with a hint of salt. Also good curried onions and a tasty mango chutney.

Starter of Chicken Hotpot with Tok sauce. I don't know what Tok sauce is but this dish tasted great! It also had a really nice spiciness to it.

Main of Lal Gosht Hindustani. Again a very nicely spiced dish with well cooked lamb.

Sides - apart from the tarkha dahl which I enjoyed - fairly average I would say.

The service was ok but did need a bit of prompting at times. The price came in at £32, I decided to leave £35, so quite an expensive one! Main culprits were the usual high priced bottle of beers and too many side dishes ordered (6 for our party of 10). Decent enough food and I would say a step up from the last time we visited the restaurant in it's previous incarnation as 'The Raj'.
overall
 3.6

reviewer Brian Tilley
review date July 2015
pre-starters
 4.0
starters
 4.0
mains
 4.5
sides
 3.0
service
 4.0
atmosphere
 3.0
value for money
 3.5
price £35 (including tip)
comment Pretty good meal all told.
Nice selection of pickles with the pops.
Mixed kebab starter quite good.
Main Course Gost Methi Papani, was very tasty.
Sides were pretty average, but OK.
Midweek, so not many other customers, so difficult to assess atmosphere.
Price of drinks kicked the overall price up. Not impressed that they didn't have any draught beer on tap (would have been cheaper).
Quite an expensive meal, but probably still worthy of a revisit.
overall
 3.8

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