Turmeric Gold Indian Restaurant (Coventry) Reviews
Newest Review: ... at about 6.30 pm to the restaurant and were looking forward to a nice meal and a chat. We hadn't made a booking and when we asked for a table they huffed and puffed. They gave us a table upstairs, but rushed us from the word go. I had a ceiling fan above my head which was blowing down my neck so I turned it off and told the waiter and once again he huffed and puffed. They wouldn't allow us to have coffee after our meal because they said the table was booked and when we complained the manager went berserk and tore our bill up and told us to get out, we walked out and he followed us and screamed at us down the road, it was very embarrassi... more
Customer Turmeric Gold Indian Restaurant (Coventry) Reviews (3)
by Lorna - written on 28/01/09
My friend and I were meeting our two sons at the skydome as they had been to Newcastle to play ice hockey and we decided to have a meal and a few drinks in town beforehand. We arrived at about 6.30 pm to the restaurant and were looking forward to a nice meal and a chat. We hadn't made a booking and when we asked for a table they huffed and puffed. They gave us a table upstairs, but rushed us from the word go. I had a ceiling fan above my head which was blowing down my neck so I turned it off and told the waiter and once again he huffed and puffed. They wouldn't allow us to have coffee after our meal because they said the table was booked and when we complained the .. Read the complete review
by Sabrina - written on 25/11/08
This restaurant really fell below expectations. Atmosphere: fantastic. really impresed by the setting.Food: average taste, nothing special here.Portions:TinyService: SatisfactoryPrice: A rough guide... £9-13 per meat dish, £5 side, £2.50 for a poppadom AND £2.50 for the pickles to go with it!!!!! thats a first!!!£2.50 Naan£3.00 RiceWine is reasonable at £11-16 a bottleOur food (for 2 people) came to £83 with 2 bottles of wine.Not reccommended at all. I think its unfortunate they try silly money-making tactics like charging for the pickles to go with the poppadoms and shrinking portion sizes.. I shall never be going there again for this reason.A shame when the setting and location is so perfect.
by - written on 03/06/08, updated on 03/06/08 (Very useful, 407 readings)
I do adore a good curry. Well my whole family does so if there's a bank holiday Monday it means as a family we can go out and have a few shandy's on the Sunday and it usually ends up with a decent meal afterwards cos Step dad isn't working! In Coventry we have loads of Indian restaurants. We have a couple we like take aways from, a couple we go to as regulars that is great and reasonably priced and this one 'Turmeric Gold' is used by my parents for special occasions I.E when I'm not tagging along because with my love of King Prawns and more refined special ingredients for my more dis-concerning palette I put the bill up phenomenally and this place, being a ... Read the complete review
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