Mogul Emperor - Ennis restaurant
Market Street, Ennis
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Reviewed 18th May 2016 (visited 18 May 2016 )
Staff were extremely rude. I ordered a starter, a main course and a drink and my friend ordered a starter. The waiter then blatantly told us to order more food. He was extremely rude about it insisting that we order more and would not take our order without us ordering more. I would not have minded if we were taking up somebody else's table but we were the only people in the entire restaurant!! Being the only customers, it was very uncomfortable and I would not recommend it.
Reviewed 24th May 2015 (visited 24 May 2015 )
Had a Saturday night take out – with a veggi platter for two as starter, followed by one duck Jalfrezi, and one King Prawn Phall. It all came with some poppadoms and sauces, for under thirty euro. Each dish was superb, and there was a lot of food. So, with half a tub of rice and half the duck as well as some items from the platter left over, we visited the following day for a lamb nawari, and had a second even more delicious Indian take out. Fabulous food, reasonable prices, and plenty for left-overs too. Roll on next weekend!
Reviewed 05th March 2015 (visited 4 March 2015 )
Service excellant. It was my mums first Indian meal and she chose a beginners curry but it was still to spicy for her. They noticed this and changed her meal to a korma at no extra cost. We didn't ask for the meal to be changed, they offered, now that's excellant customer service and worth ten stars. Defiantly recommend and the food was very tasty and hot
Reviewed 08th September 2013 (visited 7 September 2013 )
Always top class here. Great Indian food. The Set Dinner for two was exceptional.
Reviewed 13th July 2010 (visited 30 June 2010 )
I have been to the Mogul several times and have never been disappointed. The quality of the food is excellent and the staff are very friendly. the only downside is the wine choice which is not great so I now usually just have a beer with my meal. Great food and great value.
Reviewed 30th June 2010 (visited 21 June 2010 )
An excellent restaurant. We go regularly and we are always treated very well. On this visit we both ordered our usual starter, although all the starters are great, the Malai chicken is to die for, the chicken is very tender and beautiful. It's not on the take-out menu but it's worth going in just to taste it. For the main course, I chose the Tandoori Mixed Grill which has a mix of all sorts of bits and pieces, including chicken tikka, Lamb tikka, seekh kebab and some pakoras which were really excellent. My partner generally goes for much hotter food, and on this occasion had the prawn vindaloo which he loved. We had a half bottle of the house white, and a half of the house red. With a lemon sorbet and French coffee at the end, this meal was a pure delight. I can't recommend it highly enough. I wish there was something similar in Dublin.