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Little India

Tudor Square, Tenby SA70 7AJ, UK

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Little India is a Restaurant located in Tenby, To learn more about the Restaurant, the Restaurant's website address is .

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Sarah Bone - We visited this restaurant on the last night of our holiday, I can honestly say it was the worst curry I have ever tasted. The chicken in the chicken tikka masala was so dry and tough it was barely edible. It was so bland, the naan bread tasted like the cheapest shop bought naan you could get. Also we were charged £12 for two small Cobra beers, which we thought was very overpriced. Dont be fooled by the tempting smell on the street as you walk by! overall 1.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 17/10/2017

Yvonne Smith - We ate at this restaurant today and was very impressed. We tried the early bird menu which was £10 For 4 courses. The portions were large and I couldn't manage to eat all of mine. The drinks aren't expensive, about the same you would expect to pay in a bar. Furnished beautifully and fabulous service. Definitely recommend. overall 5.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 6/9/2017

Elli Jones - Absolutely mortified with this Indian and Thai Cuisine. First of all, the overpriced drinks (soft and alcoholic) £6 for a large bottle of Cobra because 'thats the only lager they do'. The staff were wondering around like lost dogs, confused and didn't know what to do with themselves. The £10 4 course meal sounded like an excellent idea, but it turned out to be a disgusting rip off nightmare. The korma I had was insipid, a £2 asda bought one tastes better! The chips were cooked from frozen and were sopping on my plate, bland wasn't even the word! None of the staff specalised in Indian or Tai! They were all European. I didnt even manage to digest my meal, it was horrendous. Hands down the worst meal ive had in my entire lifetime. This has put me off big time for going out for a curry. Probably will not eat another curry for the rest of the year. How can they even say it is an Indian when there is not one in site. Foul, nasty, atrocious and vile. Dont know how they are open! Stay away. Cause for concern this place is! Will definitely not be visiting ever again. This place should be shut down and should be called microwave meals at your service! Appalled. overall 1.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 6/8/2017

Sarah Powell - Firstly, beware of the steep steps leading down to the basement where the restaurant is situated. This is the least authentic Indian restaurant I have ever visited. All staff appeared Caucasian. The chips were frozen, I seen them coming out of the bag in the kitchen and were soggy and tasteless when arrived at the table. All the Curry's that were ordered, tasted as if purchased in a supermarket and just about edible. In fact two out of the three diners on our party could not even consume there meal. The lager (Cobra) was over priced at £6.00, a bottle as was a soft drink, half a pint of lemonade at £1.60. Staff also appeared to be wandering around aimlessly. The only good point was the washroom/toilet facilities. Plentiful supply of hot running water and soap in the dispenser. Would certainly not want to revisit this so called restaurant again, beware not a good experience, one to stay clear of, disgusted. overall 1.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 6/8/2017

Neìl Hutton - This is the worst Indian I have ever come across. Budha budha did not do King prawn jalfrezi .they don't give you a price menu on drinks .my son had a steak they said they did not have a steak knife .the price for the meals was nearly 100 pounds .not very good place avoid at all costs to top it off the guy that served us could not speak english.when we walked out he never said a word rubbish.there was people walking out saying the menu offered nothing .the curry's are bought from supermarkets I'm sure of that.ive had jalfrezi curry a long time that was not jalfrezi overall 1.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 31/7/2017