Great shame as I really rated this place but it appears to have closed down. It was always a bit quiet when I visited during the week, so maybe no surprises. The food was excellent though. Ho hum. Onwards and upwards.
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Nice selection of veggie foods, the onion bhajis are awesome. No alcohol served here but the mango lassi is more than compensated. Friendly staff and a nice atmosphere. Would definitely recommend.
Phoned on Monday evening to make a reservation on Monday evening for 8 November at 7.30pm which was done. Arrived 8 November to find the place in darkness, tables disappeared, chairs stacked at the side of the room and post on the floor. Looks like...More
I have visited Jannats twice recently; having never been before and to be honest until my first visit the other week I had no idea where the venue was! ! Tucked away behind the bus station it's not the most glamorous of locations but don't...More
Went for tea tonight awesome curry starters where the best i have ever had great staff and well priced will definitely be going back again
A lovely modern restaurant.Warmly welcomed by very friendly staff on arrival.Prompt friendly service.All the food was freshly cooked and piping hot.There were four of us whom all had "pops&picks",starters and main courses.The bill was a very reasonable £54.00.I would suggest it was the best curry...More
Love it here. Beautifully fresh curry. Delicious. Been on several occasions and its always good. Wednesday and Sunday 9.99 deal is amazing value and taking your own booze is an added bonus. Definitely the best in town..beats all others on town by miles...Alisa @La Fleur
Had a meal for four people Saturday 4 November. Very impressed. Food was excellent as was service too. Plenty of choice and reasonably priced. £54 for four people. Has recently been refurbished so very clean and tidy. Would definitely visit again.
Had a takeaway for 5 last night and it gce me sufficient exposure to judge this place as pretty rubbish. The stuffed pepper starter was appalling. A whole pepper with about a pint of tomato sauce and three tiny pieces of seekh kebab floating round....More