We're very spoilt for Indian food where we live in North London. Just up the road is 'The Sitara' which I've reviewed, we love that. For delivery we use 'The Curry Club' which we use regularly, me not being an eat out person as opposed to Mrs paul who loves it a lot! 'The Curry Club' and 'The Sitara' always hit's the mark, and we believe loyalty and developing a friendship with buisneses you use. However, The Jashan shouted at Jo who'd been looking at reccomended Indian Restaurants as she does and I was caught off guard. Jo booked a table for early Sunday evening, it's a short drive for us to Turnpike Lane but even on a Sunday you have to be careful where you park. When I said early Sunday evening I meant still mopping the floor early, but we were allowed to sit inside the deceptively large Restaurant for a few minutes before being shown to a table. Jo always has the outward facing seat, always! Yes I do moan about it because my hunter gatherer protector instinct can't see any iminant danger or food arriving with my back to it!
"Ok Jo you can sit with your back to the wall again if you quickly make me aware of any iminent danger or food arriving!"
"Yes Ok Paulie..."
While we were waiting to be seated we'd been talking to then seated by the Chef/Owner. My inherited Gypsy Empath powers I immediately liked him, my inherited Gypsy Empath powers I do that as a registered half Gypsy on my Mum's side Empath.
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