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Written on: 21/12/2014 by bigalfromshields (1 review written)
Ordered a takeaway.When I got it home I discovered that they'd given me some coconut based curry instead of a Balti(how can any competent chef get these two dishes mixed up??!!)Also I had paid for a chicken tikka MAIN and ended up with a STARTER size(if it WASN'T then it must be a child's portion!).Finally the king prawn curry was very bland.If it hadn't have been late at night I would have drove back down and gave them the food back! My first visit to The Gate of India...and my LAST!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2013
I eat Indian a lot and read reviews on this place and all where good Well I know what a good Indian tastes like and this place was no where near. Boiled chicke breast in a curry sauce. Where has the skill of the chief gone. And to be charged nearly £5 for 2 popadoms and dip. We had a folk full each and could not eat the rest. However the naan bread was nice… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/02/2013 by dmoocha (1 review written)
I visited tonight after not being there for over a year never in my life would we go again the manager is the rudest man I have ever met me and my partner ordered are meal he had loads chicken bones in it he would never complain so I know it must have been bad my partner told him as nicesly as he could the manager started shouting at us in front of all customers I have never in mylife been spoke to like that I don't know how he can get away with it even his staff looked frightend of him We will… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2011 by jackiesewell (1 review written)
I have been going to this restaurant for over 20 years, it is a very busy popular place, and people who visit regularly know that you may have to wait, and its worth the wait.....the food is fantastic and we have tried virtually everything on the menu....the staff are friendly and accommodating and the atmosphere is lovely. people who book tables for large parties and then dont have the decency to arrive on time, dont deserve to eat there....as there are plenty of people who will be willing to… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2011 by paularidley (1 review written)
After booking a table for my boyfriend and family, we arrived at the restaurant 10-15 minutes late. The 'Manager' had tried to call me and when I arrived I apologised profusely and he rudely told me in a very loud voice (in front of other waiting guests)....that "I should not book on a Saturday night if I was going to be late" and "that he had customers waiting." Again I apologised and explained it was difficult due to the large group and he repeated his rude comments. Taking into consideration… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2011
We booked a table for 16 people on a Saturday evening. We were 15 minutes late and apologised but the staff were extremely rude. They were so rude that had it not been a Saturday night we would have walked out and gone elsewhere. The service at the table was also rude & poor. The onion bhaji starter I had was nice but the Dansak I had was inedible. I like spicy food but this was acidic & soured my stomach such that I couldn't eat anything else. My partners saag was ok but my mum-in-law's… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2011 by jillhansen (1 review written)
Visited the Gate of India for the first time in years on Saturday. On arrival the manager was so rude that we almost left and the waiters were also quite dismissive of us, didn't get any drinks until they'd taken food orders, totally unco-operative. Food was average, won't be back… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2011
We ate there early on Saturday evening. The food was good but the lime cordial we were served was obviously watered down and the floor / tables were littered with crumbs / food debris. The floor looked like it hadn't been swept for some time. This was a bit off-putting as eating out is such a luxury these days why go somewhere where the place is a mess.
Resident of North Tyneside… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2011
ordered from set menu but thay wouldnt change a nan for a starter even tho the nan was cheaper, no manners, had to pay for poppodoms, had to ask for complimentary glass of wine, food portions were disgraceful, tried to charge us for another table drinks and when we complained we got told what ever and if we dont like it dont come back.....well we wont… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2011
Our family eat out once a month as a treat. My husband, myself & daughter always go to The gate of India for our Indian meals. We have been going to The gate for about 6 years & have never had a meal that has been less than excellent. The staff are friendly, attentitive & polite & have always been helpful. When our daughter was younger my husband & I would order 2 starters/2 mains etc & the staff always made sure the little one did not feel left out & ensured she had a plate & generally the… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/02/2011
Myself and my family have been eating at Gate of India in Tynemouth for at least 25 years and I cannot praise the restaurant enough. The food is second to none and the staff are friendly and helpful - its a pleasure from entering the restaurant to leaving.
Well done Gate of India !… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2011
I think its the best resturant iv ever been to. And now its even better because the new referbishment. I would reccomend to everybody to go there and try for themseves!!!!
They definetly have the best service and the most delucios food with great staff. Dont know why its not world famous!
Fahad :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2009
We have been going here for a number of years now and have not been disappointed once with the service or the food.
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Written on: 09/03/2009 by S Richardson (1 review written)
i would recommend The Gate of India restaurant to anyone who enjoys Indian food or wants to try it for the first time. The food is freshly prepared and you can taste the subtle flavours of the dishes.
I have eaten at this restaurant for 25 years on an average of twice a month and the food has yet to disappoint.
the restaurant will also adapt dishes to suit, for example tone down or increase the hotness of a dish.
The staff welcome children and as a family we have enjoyed many meals there… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2008
Extremely pleasant staff at The Gate of India with very friendly waiters… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2008 by Chunky Monkey (1 review written)
The restaurant is located in the heart of Tynemouth so after the meal its always nice to have a drink in the new bars on the street and then to take a walk along the beach… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2007 by radleyaa (7 reviews written)
I just love The Gate of India in Tynemouth. The food has always been perfect for me, and we have always had quick service, even when they have been busy. What more can I say?
My hubby and I always get a different dish so we can share. It is a lovely place to go when celebrating a birthday etc., and then you have all the pubs next to it… Read Full Review
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