exactly my own experience, I used it twice, that was twice to often, I also tried Shaan in Tarring Road, also opened up by Abdul, excellent food and service, everything the Mahaan wasnt, sadly the loo became my best friend when I got home, my guest also had the same problem.
Mahaan Indian Restaurant
West Worthing, Worthing
5 reviews of Mahaan Indian Restaurant in English
We fully accept that many Worthingites rave about this place, aaaaand, can’t understand it!!
I have tried to be fair, but every visit has been the same. Hurded in like cattle, crammed together like tinned tuna and trapped in like cornered rats.!!
The food isn’t anything great, but the continued interuption of staff enquiring if everything is alright is very annoying. Twice during the starter, five times during main course and twice in dessert!!!……….all by different staff.
Tis true Chilcha is better!!!!
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localchappie, 4 March 2013:
I have liked the Mahaan for years. It has been in the same spot for over 20 years and it has changed quite a bit in that time. For one thing it has doubled in size and been completely refitted at least twice. However, what hasn’t changed are all the good things, the quality of the food, the friendliness of the staff and the overall atmosphere. The Mahaan now has a lot more competition in Worthing, but it still remains one of the best places for a curry in town. The last time we ate there (last weekend) the portions were so big they put together doggy bags for 3 of our table and the dansak was divine. Highly recommended.
Went here on 04/09/10 and it was well decorated in the establishment....different, service was v quick but that's probably because I went at 6pm and they have a 130+ capacity and it wasn't full. Food was good naan bread was 1st class and the food portions where more like for 3 when we were just a couple. Overall I would come here again.
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Went for a Friday night curry with my partner. The place was quite busy (it is right next door to a busy pub and it was Friday night) but we were seated immediately. The decor was a little cheesy with so-so/student quality paintings depicting rural Indian scenes on all the walls.
The poppadoms duly arrived but before we could finish them the pickle tray was whipped away for another table (marked down for that alone!).
The food was nice and not too greasy or sweet, King Prawns were massive, I gave an extra star for the entertainment provided by two waiters bringing out a birthday cake for the next table and singing Happy Birthday in strong Indian accents (probably Bangladeshi given the plates and menu puport the highest quality Bangladeshi food - but the restaurant is billed as Indian).
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