Of the three main courses we ordered, one should have been listed as an expensive starter rather than a main course - a piece of Rupchanda 60mm x 60mm x 8mm. I personally couldn't eat this but, of course, that doesn't make the dish poor necessarily. The Achari lamb was very tasty, although much, much sweeter than either my companion or I had experienced, with little sign of pickles being used in the preparation, as is traditional. The Korma sauce of our third dish had all the right flavours but had been watered down, resulting in a very insipid dish. I heated the doggy-bag portion the next day, reduced the sauce considerably which improved its flavour and consistency.
The Saffron is quite a small restaurant and with 3 large TVs playing, the atmosphere is anything but ambient.
Despite the very friendly staff, this was an average at best experience that we won't be repeating.
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