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We review our latest card partner Jessore Road

We review our latest card partner Jessore Road

On the promise that this would be #foodourmothersmade , we were intrigued to sample just exactly what this meant.

We ordered the Thursday non-vegetarian option ( each day has a different line up of dishes as a set menu) and this promptly arrived a few minutes early.

Our choice included;

POPPADOMS & CHUTNEY are always a nice, light starter and the portions here are appropriate and enough for two people.

Starter was ALOO TIKKI

We are told that this is a snack that originates from West Bengal and is prepared with potatoes and spices and looks a little like mini croquets. They are delicate and tasty with a real 'kick', but not over-bearing.

The LAMB AND SPICED GOBI was full of good size chunks of Lamb, slowly cooked to create a succulent, lightly spiced dish, accompanied with Basmati Rice.

A good sized plateful.

For my part, a touch more sauce would have enhanced the meal, but the overall experience was enjoyable and authentic.

Highly recommended and am looking forward to choosing another freshly prepared dish on a different day.

To check out your favourite day/dishes https://jessoreroad.uk/ and remember you can always enjoy a 10% discount (special code) with a https://www.canal-st.co.uk/vip-card

Published: 15-Apr-2021 (6181)

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