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 Blue Ginger, Kempston
 Thursday, 27 July 2006
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  also reviewed 17 June 2007
  also reviewed 20 January 2006

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Guest review
by Natalie, Cambridge

A calming atmosphere settles over you as you walk past the dripping water feature near the doorway, and is continued by the minimalist decor with some stunning prints on the wall from a local artist (which are, by the way, all for sale if you ask). The waiters and manager are friendly, it's the kind of place where your order and personal details are remembered if you go there again, for instance if 4 of you go one time, and only 2 the next they'll inquire after the others. Personalised service. The food comes fairly quickly and is always well prepared, cooked and presented. I would personally recommend the chicken momo for starter (the tastiest food I've ever eaten!), and the shahi moghul chicken for main course, which is mild like korma but has a more full and fruity taste due to the mango in the dish. Overall 10/10 and definitely worth the hour's journey I have to make to go there every time!

Natalie rated this 10 out of 10.