Found on Walton Street in Oxford, Jamal’s is a wonderfully unassuming Indian restaurant that provides all that walk through its doors with some truly tantalising fare.
This offering is extended to tastecard members, who are able to partake in all that can be found on the a la carte menu of Jamal’s at a superb price, providing they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival.
Considering such a saving, customers are encouraged to sample more than one course when dining at Jamal’s. This becomes even more apparent when perusing the starters selection, where a number of classics, including the samosa and onion bhaji, can be found alongside such delights as the chicken chilli and the king prawn butterfly on a list of dishes that promise to suitable prepare the palate for what’s to come.
Next up, the mouth-watering main courses leave very little to be desired for curry novices and experts alike, with a range of traditional large plates, like the mild and creamy pasanda and the fiery jalfrezi, can be found alongside a host of chef specialties. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the hariyalee of barbecue chicken, lamb or prawn stir fried with spinach, mushrooms and baby tomatoes, the joypur honey duck, a sweet and spicy number that incorporates coriander, cream, strawberry and honey sauce, and the green Bengal curry, a Thai green curry prepared using Indian spices.
Sat just a stone’s throw away from such attractions as Oxford Castle, the Ashmolean Museum and the Oxford New Theatre, Jamal’s makes for a delightful spot in which to stop off and enjoy some delectable fare amidst a day of activity.