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 Purple Mango, Milton Keynes
 Wednesday, 14 December 2005
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Guest review
by Louise Harrison, Milton Keynes

A very nice atmosphere and modern decor. The tables are arranged in a circular pattern with a sunken area in the centre which makes it seem less regimented. Pleasant staff as well. I order Lamb Samosa as a starter, obviously freshly cooked and piping hot, perhaps a bit on the spicy side but very nice.

The let down was the main course of Chicken Tikka Masala and Pilau Rice with Keema Naan. The Naan again was freshly cooked and piping hot, nice flavour, but the meat and sauce had obviously been on the plates a while as it was barely lukewarm and the sauce had dried around the edges and on top of the meat. The rice was also cold. Because of this I'm afraid I have to give it a fairly low rating. Had the food been consistent though I would have said it was good value for money.

Louise rated this 3 out of 10.