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Indian Paradise Tandoori Restaurant in Eastbourne

Address : 166 Seaside, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 7QW
Phone : 01323 735408 Please mention thefoodplace.co.uk when you call.

About Indian Paradise Tandoori Restaurant

Cuisine : Indian
Open for : dinner, lunch
Type : restaurant, takeaway

Indian Paradise Tandoori Restaurant is a restaurant in Eastbourne which serves Indian food.

Reviews of Indian Paradise Tandoori Restaurant in Eastbourne

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  • Review left on 12/09/2012 by Foodfan (1 review)

    Overall rating : 11111 | Experience type: Eat-in
    | Food: 1/5 | Value: 1/5 | Service: 1/5 | Atmosphere: 1/5 | Toilets: 1/5 |

    Went there last weekend with my 3 friends as we were in Eastbourne that day.

    The staff are like robots not even a smile, it took the waiter 20mins to get our drinks, 45 mins later our food came but in a complete mess. We got starters and main served at same time, we explained that's not what we wanted so he took the main back and said he will make it fresh.
    The chicken tikka was like charcoal, sheek kebabs looked like burnt sticks.

    Main was wasn't fresh they just re heated them but tasted very bland. My friends korma looked like puke.

    We should of walked out when we saw the state of the place as we walked in!

    Never judge a book by its cover but on this occasion we can.

    If want nice Indian food with a relaxed clean atmosphere then this isn't it.

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  • Review left on 02/02/2011 by sumowrestler (1 review)

    Overall rating : 44444 | Experience type: Eat-in
    | Food: 4/5 | Value: 4/5 | Service: 4/5 | Atmosphere: 4/5 | Toilets: 4/5 |

    as an indian i test all the restaurants and take-aways to find the best one.
    well, contrary to the other beliefs...
    i had a really good experience at the paradise and was surprised as to how busy they were.
    there is a real mix of cultures that eat there.
    and most surprising is that their take-out service was very busy as well.
    there must be a reason for that....?
    i ordered my main meal with my specific needs and it was to the tee..
    i cannot find a fault it.
    the meals came fresh and sizzling....
    now i often get take out with 20% discount as i am a regular...

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  • Review left on 19/09/2010 by morrissman (1 review)

    Overall rating : | Experience type: Eat-in
    | Food: 1/5 | Value: 1/5 | Service: 1/5 | Atmosphere: 1/5 | Toilets: 2/5 |

    I am a person that loves to eat. My family loves to eat. My friends love to eat. We all love Indian food. Not any more.

    If I had the choice between repeatedly slammed in a fire-door whilst Jordan stood by and offered advice, or eating at this restaurant again, I would choose the door/bitch hell. My order was bland and tasteless, whilst my best friend retched in horror and gasped for water as one of the dishes in his vegetable thali was spiced so excessively that if liquified, it could fuel an aging celebrity several times around a track, in a reasonably priced car. Then kill them hilariously in a ball of fire, as it would be 400% more flammable than rocket fuel.

    The staff were dead in the eyes and served our orders late and inaccurately, taking the time to argue with us when we innocently raised concern that key parts of our meals were missing. Such as the curry.

    The decor was something that the marquis d' Sade might have dreamt up, or perhaps his autistic cousin, with the same perverse leanings but the taste of a peasant. The carpet in the place should perhaps have been warning to us, almost inducing an epileptic fit in one of the more sensitive members of the group.

    Every single aspect of the evening was ruined by the discourtesy of the staff, their general incompetence, and the complete disaster that was the food.

    I cannot think of one redeeming feature of the restaurant, am just thankful that so far I haven't suffered any ill effects, although haven't yet had confirmation of the same from my friends. The only person I would recommend the Indian Paradise to would be LINDSAY LOHAN. They would deserve each other

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  • Review left on 23/07/2010 by kingwalnut (1 review)

    Overall rating : | Experience type: Eat-in
    | Food: 2/5 | Value: 1/5 | Service: 1/5 | Atmosphere: 2/5 | Toilets: 3/5 |

    Yesterday evening, myself and several people from my local Judo club came to the Indian Paradise restaurant to have a meal in celebration of a dear member's retirement from training. As we entered, we were greeted without a smile by a man who clearly did not want to be there, this was the first of many things that let this restaurant down.

    We were seated right away and handed menus, the time was approximately 21:05. At about 21:20, a waiter came over to the table to ask us what we wanted to drink, 10 minutes later he came back with our drinks with not so much as a smile and unenthusiastically proceeded to take our orders.

    It was a further 35 minutes before our food arrived, and even then it was wrong. My friend actually had to ARGUE with the waiter about what was wrong with his order, and I had to remind him that they had forgotten my onion bhajis. I decided against further conflict when I remembered that he had also forgotten my naan bread, but this was not put on the bill so I shan't be losing any sleep over it.

    The food that they did manage to get right was terrible. The Onion Raitha I ordered was nothing like any Raitha I have ever seen in my life, the Tandoori Chicken I had was as dry as an elderly lady's private bits, god knows what the Sheek Kebab was made of and the Onion Bhajis that I eventually got were so oily, they were beyond disgusting.

    They shaft you with the beer too. I picked a large bottle of Cobra to drink (which I know, as a regular visitor to Indian restaurants, is 660ml). What I got was not a bottle, but a pint, served from the draught tap at the bar, at a price of £4.20. I decided not to dispute this as there probably would've been another argument.

    In conclusion, I cannot recall there being a worse Indian restaurant in 21 years of eating Indian food. I would strongly advise that anyone planning to go here definitely does not. Not if you want to eat decent Indian food at a worthwhile price.

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