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Jai Kathmandu Indian and Nepalese Cuisine

Jai Kathmandu Indian and Nepalese Cuisine

345 Palatine Road
Northernden
Manchester
Lancashire
M22 4FY
Tel: 0161 946 0501
Tel: 0161 945 7948

Sandro and I visited one Thursday lunchtime as we had various items to discuss. We know the Jai Kathmandu from old, but hadnít visited for a number of years. We visited Rusholme the last time we were tempted out for a lunchtime curry, but this time we felt like a change and luckily remembered the Jai Kathmandu as being one of very few Indian restaurants in the area that open at lunchtime.

When we arrived we were the only customers and the manager (we assume) was busy hovering and cleaning. Anyway, he welcomed us in and say us down. We ordered a couple of pints of Kingfisher lager and perused the menu. Sandro remembered the last time he had been there he had the Rani Chicken to start. So persuaded by his description I decided to join him for that. For main course we were also quite unoriginal and both chose the Karahi Gosht. We ordered 2 Pilau rice and a Nan bread.

The Rani chicken was a minced spiced chicken in batter, served on a side salad. It was very acceptable and nice and light to start.

The Karahi Lamb was very good and the rice and Nan bread was piping hot and fresh. We both did our main course full justice. I had another Kingfisher lager to wash it all down.

It is a shame there werenít any more people eating, one or two did join in throughout lunch but it wasnít exactly a rush. We would imagine that it is a popular restaurant in the evening, but that lunchtime opening is just a convenience whilst they do the cleaning.

The bill, including 3 drinks came to £30.65 which was not at all excessive. We will definitely return. One slight thing that irked us, was that when we left we noticed a lunchtime special menu in the window, which basically offered a two course lunch for about £6 per head. We hadnít noticed on the way in and werenít offered the choice when seated.

Phil.

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Jai Kathmandu

Total Score: 70%
Quality: Good
Service: Good
Facilities: Average
Ambience: Average
Value: Good

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