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Very good standard as usual. I come to Brighton once a month and always like to get friends together for a curry so this is the place I always think of. Toilets are probably the only thing that need improving as you see people having to wait a bit later in the eve.

Noori's Indian restaurant, 70 ship street, Brighton

Great food, accomodating after needing to change the time of booking twice, however did have to ask for the 50% special offer to be placed onto the bill.

Noori's, Brighton. Lovely meal, very friendly service.

Good value for money. Nice staff.

Noori's, Brighton. Food was fine, quite average but no problems with the food. Service was very very slow, however, and we waited a long time for our food. Not particularly friendly; a smile wouldn't go amiss! Toilets clean but kitchen roll to wipe hands with.

great food at Noori's Brighton. Service good and attentive if a little unfriendly.

Booked this place as we wanted a cheap quick evening meal. The food was ok, nothing specifically wrong with it, just not near the standard of my local Indian takeaway.

But then again, it came to £25 for 3 people having 2 courses each! So it cannot be denied that it is cheap (when you have the 50% discount, that is...)

Service wasn't great - we had to ask to have our order taken, and ask for a Card to be taken upon the bill arriving. But the waiters were polite.

Nooris on Ship Street in Brighton. Good value, but very average. Food too oily and very ordinary. Nice friendly and helpful staff.

We had a great night at Noori's in Brighton. The service was pretty good and the food tasty and with the 50% off deal we had a meal for 10, including drinks for only £15 a head with a hefty tip!

Usual good curry from this long standing Bton curry house. Not the best around but excellent value with or without the voucher discount.

Went out with my partner for a Sunday evening curry at Noori's in Brighton.

The food was acceptable, but the menu was a little uninspiring. The service was fairly poor -- we had a different waiter each time, and they lacked in smiles and attentiveness. The space lacked ambience and felt a little depressing, partly due to it being very quiet (typical of a Sunday?) .

With the discount, it was fairly good value. However, I doubt we will go back.

Service was terribly slow and the waiters didn't understand us very well. The food was nice enough but the portion sizes were on the small side. We paid £33 for about the equivalent of a £12 takeaway. Noisy tables all around not unpleasant but far from desirable....

Visited Noori's before and is a run of the mill Indian eatery. Service and food up to normal standard, just wish they would improve the toilet facilities

nice food!

Noori's, Brighton. Decent service, venue quite stylishly decorated and full of couples and tables of "boys" preparing for a night out (though they were quite well behaved!) food definitely on the heavier side generally, lots of ghee and coconut but some really unusual touches including a chutney selection and one dish called the jungle masala that was far lighter and incredibly tasty! Will definitely return - a step about your average curry house experience.

Nooris Brighton - good value local curry house

Another good evening at Noori,s in Brighton. The set menu option at just under a tenner is really good value.

Three of us ate at Noori's, Brighton. We chose a selection of dishes from the comprehensive menu. Prawn puri starter was good. The deal, 50% off food, made it good value. My only quibble was that the dishes labelled as hot were not very spicy. As a chilli addict I was left a little underheated!

Noori's - Brighton

Very average restaurant, food was only slightly above any normal Indian restaurant. Lacked atmosphere but the restaurant was decorated to a fairly good standard. Wouldn't rush to come back.

Noori's is a lovely little restaurant tucked away near the seafront. Really tasty food and at a great price with the 50% off offer. Friendly service and a generous large glass of wine! Would definitely go there again and recommend.

Nice meal at Noori's in Brighton. They cater well for large groups. Staff were friendly and all the food was of a high standard. All 10 of us were impressed.

Excellent food and service - highly recommended

Ate last night at Noori's in Ship Street, in the heart of Brighton, just inland from the sea. The food was delicious, the service friendly and attentive and the restaurant was not deadly quiet - even though it was early on Monday evening. The only minor quibble I have is the music - it's sort of 'beauty parlour ambience relaxing' only much louder! Would still go back asap as the food is so good.

Sunday lunch at Noori's, Ship Street, Brighton - samosa, pakoras, two styles of lamb, vegetable biriyani, followed by kulfi. Everything was good, and the pakoras and Malabar lamb were outstanding. We were not able to eat everything; portions are larger than in London. They made a mistake on the bill in our favour, and were then reluctant to take the additional payment (I added it to the tip).

We went with quite a big group but the table was ready when we arrived and we all seemed to have plenty of room. The menu is pretty large, with both authentic Indian dishes as well as dishes us Brits are more familiar with. The food was really tasty too and there was plenty of it and with the 50% off food deal the prices was a bargain at only £20 per head including drinks. Only complaint was that the food arrived at different times. One end of the table had finished eating before some got theirs

Marvellous, as per usual!

We go here once a month for a blow out. Food is the best in town, and we really have tried most over the last 20 years or so!

Noori's lamb followed by Afghan lamb. Tender and succulent. Washed down with the obligatory Kobra - Expensive beer but seems necessary in such a great setting.

We'll be back next month and the month after.....

Indian is not always top of the list for us and its also a while since we have been to Noori's. (Ten years maybe! ) We were still as pleased overall with the food & service as we were last time. It has prompted us to visit more often.

My first visit to Nooris in Brighton but it will not be the last. The menu was very clear with plenly of choice.The food was of a very high standard and the service good.If you want a no frills resonably priced Indian meal Noori's is the place to go.

The service was very friendly and helpful. The food came out quickly and was very good, I would definitely eat at Noori's again. the restaurant is clean and comfortable.

We took advantage of a great offer at Nooris in Brighton - 50% off food - so this was fantastic value. Would recommend going for the "standard" dishes rather than House Specialities.

The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food came out quickly and was very good, I would definately eat there again. The external appearance of the restaurant isn't that great but the inside is lovely. Very clean and comfortable. I didn't visit the toilet so I can't comment on them.

Noori's in Brighton is a delight, the staff are very welcoming and make you feel looked after from the moment you enter. Great food, double measure shots and huge bottles of beer! Would definately recommend, me and my boyfriend had a great time!

Nice restaurant. Service was a little slow but food was good on the whole. Tandoori chicken starter was very nice. My friend had a vegetable curry for her main which was very good. I tried an unusual lamb curry which i hadn't had before. Was very nice although a bit too sweet for me to have as a whole dish on my own.

The value was exceptional with the toptable offer. This restaurant isn't exceptional but it is very good value for a relaxed, comfortable Friday/Saturday night meal.

Brighton is just packed with different places to eat. I think the competition keeps prices very reasonable.Noori in ship street had a good range of choice on the menu. Fruit Lusi was good as was the Afgan lamb. Perhari nan was excellent. Good all rounder.

I find with Indian restaurants that you either get very English oily food or true Indian spices and Noori's in my eyes cvomplimented them both and with the 50% off we got an outstanding price. The service was good and the food was great as we could go out afterwards, if only a bit bloated!

Booked Noori in Brighton for a stag night for 10 hearty eaters - all happy with a relaxed meal and not too stuffed to go out afterwards! Good place for a large group.

Lovely indian food, full of taste and good portion sizes as well. Coupled with friendly service and the TT offer makes it a place i would go back to!

We visited Noori's in Brighton for a team lunch. It was very quiet, but the food was tasty and the service was good. With 50% off the food bill, it also made it very good value.

A perfectly decent curry house in a convenient part of town. Certainly not an amazing meal, but with 50% off you can't complain.

Service ok ...... Tasty starters, mains are good would come back

A nice meal, good service. No wow factor but the 50% offer is a winner.

Noori's in Brighton is a decent curry house. It's got a wide ranging menu with plenty of local specialities. I had the Cochin chicken which had a great peppery feel. Don't fall into the trap which I did expecting your beer to be 50% off too! Service was not particularly attentive but this is not unusual for a curry house. Gents toilets are currently being rebuilt...

Noori's - Brighton

Quite busy at 6-30 on a Saturday Good welcome and attention to detail Well positoned for BrightonCentre - appear to be geared up for pre show meals.

Would use again

RM