I went there for a meal on Saturday night. Decor was stunning, looks like the sort of upmarket restaurant that belongs in Central London rather than a quiet Rayners Lane though. Nevertheless the food is absolutely amazing, very tasty indeed and service was good.
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Pink Turban restaurant in Harrow is found under the leafy boughs of Alexandra Avenue across from the Zoroastrian Centre and a few steps from the sporting ground. This exciting modern Asian restaurants offers something different and promises to be a new landmark in the local dining scene. The décor is sharp and up-to-the-minute and the welcome is warm.
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Food was not good, they need to improve their food and service was also not prompt. Took them almost 45min to serve our starters for 2 persons !!!! Manager didn't even said sorry , also the nan bread was raw and Panir was over cooked and dry.
Food is made out of tins and is NOT fresh at all. Show off place with very bad choice of menu , and silly service. Don't go here.
Seems unusual for a place like this to be in Rayners Lane. Menu is small but quite interesting. overall great experience . Must go if in the area.