Gandhi Indian Restaurant (Cambridge) Reviews
Newest Review: ... one that arrived while we were there, the other that left during our visit. Although you couldn't say the place was shabby or really unappealing, there was something rather impersonal, almost clinical, about the very pale blue walls and the harsh lighting; the place would certainly have been a bit cosier had the lighting been dimmed a little. There were only a handful of tables on the ground floor so the number of staff hanging around - five counted at one point - was more than a little excessive. Staff seemed to hover, doing nothing, leaning against the walls and making us feel uncomfortable, and; although they were always right there,... more
Customer Gandhi Indian Restaurant (Cambridge) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Even though we'd had ages to consult our Good Curry Guide and find a recommended restaurant in Cambridge, we found ourselves in the city with no firm plans. Fortunately our accommodation just two minutes walk from Regent Street where there were lots of restaurants, some Indian, others not, to choose from. I was particularly excited by the prospect of either Turkish or Middle Eastern food but stood by my promise that Himself could have a curry. All of the restaurants had menus posted in their windows and no restaurant really stood out over any other but Gandhi's just pipped the others because of the portrait of the great man on the sign. We walked in without ... Read the complete review
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