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Since 1992, Ashiana has remained a firm favourite among Stafford residents for its amazing baltis, tandooris, biryanis, and a whole lot more. Formerly known as the Rose of Kashmir, this restaurant stays true to its Kashmiri roots from its location at the Paul Reynolds Centre on Foregate Street, just outside the city centre – and locals love them for it. You can’t go wrong with chef’s specialities like the monk fish curry or the massala steak, best paired with its samosa chat and prawn puree starters. You’ll understand why Ashiana is consistently ranked Stafford’s top Indian restaurant once you’ve had a taste of its tantalising creations, so why save yourself a table by booking ahead of your visit?
Not that impressed, tikka was excessively salty,and had the consistently of tomato paste.No one came to ask if the meal was ok ,either during the meal nor at the end when payment was made.At no time were we asked if we would like any further drinks.Drinks prices excessive £3 for a small bottled water,same for other soft drinks. Unfortunately do not feel a desire to return.
Fab food and amazing staff - I have been going there since they began and I've never been disappointed. Just gutted they're closing down...a lot of happy memories of this restaurant 💖
Excellent service from friendly and attentive staff. Very good, tasty food, well cooked and presented with a sensible pricing structure. An added bonus that you can take in your own drinks.