I'm Shazia Farhan from Kettering. I've been Qyping since 07-10-2011
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8 Sorrel Drive, Newton Manor, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0TL
The Newlands Centre, Gold Street, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8JA
24 High Street, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8ST
Cranford Hall, Cranford St Andrews, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN14 4AL
20 Little Church Street, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 3AW
“Good food standard and good service”
My first experience of La Casa Loco was very surprising.
Nicely located at the back of Rugby town next to the Town Church is a pleasantly themed and decorated little Mexican restaurant!
Food was fresh, hot and different, I enjoy good food and La Casa Loco was a pleasant treat.
Excellent location also, walked out of the restaurant and went to some bars.
Good job guys, hope to visit again some time.
239 Lower Hillmorton Road, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 4AA
“Relatively… ok :)”
Lovely restaurant, very nice atmosphere. Food is ok too, one of the better restaurants around the area.
Spent an evening with Family here, nice ambience and pleasant staff.
The night was great, even if the food wasn’t quite up to scratch.
Very nice rice though, light, fresh and fluffy!
Good work guys, keep it up. Some Food improvements are needed though.
1 2 Robbins Building, Henry Street, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2QA
“good value, but food not great”
Food is not great, but the staff were so pleasant it makes it difficult to write this review. Sorry in advance.
We went for the buffet menu. Everything on the menu at the tip of our fingertips! what an exciting prospect…
Unfortunately i was let down the minute the Mongolian Lamb came out!
It had far to much fat on it and made chewing it almost impossible.
The best dish was the Satay Prawns, better than a lot of places i’ve been to. Starters in general were “okish”
Mains are to be avoided, fill up on the starters.
Desserts menu is what i expected, very poor pre frozen treats, if you can call them that.
I am hard to please, sorry if I am being harsh, but there are better around at this price category.
65 Church Street, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 3PT
“One star awarded, cause its the minimum!”
After the refurb, I thought i’d give Titash another chance…
Arrived for a table that we pre-booked, we waited 15 minutes for this.
I don’t mind as it’s common at most restaurants.
The new decor is an improvement, however a tad “seedy”
Moving on, staff were polite, however the food was not only overpriced, but more importantly of a very poor quality.
Overcooked Lamb, Under seasoned and unbalanced spices.
Also very oily!
The best thing about this restaurant was the attentive staff and the naan bread and obviously the drinks.
Titash, new chef needed or re-train him/her.
42 Queen Street, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 0DZ
Not the best location, nice enough inside, relatively comfortable and welcoming, poor unfocused food.
Me and my partner came here one evening to try out the restaurant.
We were greated politely and the ambience was relatively ok.
However the food was substandard.The restaurant has lost its focus and is trying to hard to be different.
The dishes had no national significance and recognisable flavours.
I always try to eat fresh food! This certainly wasn’t fresh. The rice for my biryani in particular was either precooked or re-heated…
My Lamb Chops starter, heavily overspiced and overcooked.
The Biryani had rubbery textured rice and overcooked chicken.
My partner tried the Sheek kebabs, which were very artificial and I would msot certainly question the meat used. For the main meal he had a cinammon prawn malai curry! we had high hopes for this dish, but again let down with overcooked prawns in a one sided overpowered sauce.
I hope the restaurant can improve their food as this would be good for the area, which suffers from a lack of good Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi cuisine.
I would strongly suggest going back to roots and have your chef cook up some delights from home! The commercial crap is just not good…
I run a very successful catering company, where we won’t cook anything that we wouldn’t eat and most importantly enjoy ourselves.
Good luck guys! Hope I have not caused any offence, I tried to be as impartial as I could all things considered.