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 Eastern Paradise, Wolverton
 Monday, 5 February 2007
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  also reviewed 19 July 2008
  also reviewed 14 July 2005
  also reviewed 7 July 2005
  also reviewed 14 May 2002
  also reviewed 3 March 2000

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Guest review
by Harvey Skipper, Milton Keynes

I thought we would go here for a change, we were seated quickly, given the menu and at this point the waiter asked if we wanted the Banquet. I requested to order from the menu hoping that the food would be cooked fresh, but the waiter was insistent we order from the banquet menu as it would be cheaper again. I said no, could we order from the main menu. We ordered two Chicken Tikka Jalfrezis, a Sag Aloo, and my friend had a Pilau Rice and Garlic Naan and I had a Plain Naan.

The food turned up very quickly after about 5 minutes which made me suspicious as usually it takes 10 to 20 minutes to cook. The naan breads were more chapatti and stale, drizzled with oil to resurrect back to life. The Jalfrezi had very small cuts of meat and the chicken tasted as if it had been reheated and was taken from the banquet trolley. The sag aloo was OK, a bit greasy, and again probably reheated. While we were eating a waiter came up to us twice inquiring "the food is good yes?". I did not have the heart to tell him how bad it was as he seemed more interested with how he looked in the mirror on the wall next to us.

There was no ambience at all and the place is looking a bit tatty around the edges.

Harvey rated this 1 out of 10.