Firstly, if you are in any way observant you may notice the new sign and fresh paint job, which is much nicer than the old terracotta colour. That's about it for the exterior.
Inside they have modified the layout a little, primarily taking away the old buffet-style service areas and replacing it with some tables and chairs. Unfortunately this means there is no longer an all-you-can-eat lunchtime special - instead there are the standard 'made to order' dishes.
|The new interior|
This includes two freshly prepared subji - one a kind of curry with mixed garden vegetables, while the second was a tangy tomato, aubergine and chickpea affair, which was lovely. This is served with a generous bowl of lentil dahl, a small wholemeal chapati and some white rice.
|The bread is covering the second curry, but I promise it is there!|
Very filling, pretty tasty and, I assume, much healthier for you than a greasy burger. The price has increased by £2 over the last two years, meaning you'll be paying £6.95 for the Special, but this is well worth your money for a very satisfying lunch.
Finally, being the only diners in there at the time, there wasn't much in the way of atmosphere. However, if you are after a little peace and quiet in the heart of Swansea it'll be the perfect place for you!