Great food and service at Taste of Bengal

PUBLISHED: 13:03 17 April 2010 | UPDATED: 01:08 16 June 2010

GENEROUS portions and superb presentation are just two things that make food served at The Taste of Bengal, in Honiton, great value for money.

GENEROUS portions and superb presentation are just two things that make food served at The Taste of Bengal, in Honiton, great value for money.

But the first thing you will notice is the quality of service. From the moment you walk through the door of the High Street restaurant and take-away, you can be guaranteed a warm, professional welcome from the Rahman family.

My daughter, Fern, and I were guests of the Rahmans last Thursday evening - and were treated like visiting royals from the outset.

We enjoyed king prawn butterflies for starters, along with poppadoms and a range of delicious dips.

Our main courses looked as good as they tasted, teasing the taste buds with rich colours and wonderful smells.

I enjoyed a chicken Korma and my daughter happily tucked in to chicken tikka masala - both superbly prepared.

We enjoyed our meals so much we could not find room for a third course, of desserts - although we were tempted.

Taste of Bengal is a multi-award winning restaurant in the heart of the town centre.

Its excellent reputation is well-deserved.

The service was spot on and came with all-important smiles.

Taste of Bengal has launched a new home delivery service, as a result of customer demand.

Deliveries take place from 6pm to 10pm seven nights a week, around Honiton and within a five-mile radius including Ottery St Mary.

There is currently a 20 per cent discount on food collected from Taste of Bengal's take-away.

Belinda Bennett


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