Diners in Reading have discovered a new favourite in Bhaijaanz. The friendly eatery is one of the best picks for dining out in Reading with the family, as their generous portions of curries, tandoori grills and biryanis offer excellent value for money. Best of all, they’re not like typical Indian restaurants, with many regional specialities and street food classics to keep things interesting.
Based off the A329, Bhaijaanz is as central as Reading restaurants get. Its Oxford Road location means it’s perfect for impromptu meals with the family after a trip to Broad Street Mall, Reading Museum or The Forbury Gardens. Commuters can also reach the station in ten minutes, making it a good pick for post-work meals with friends.
Places to eat in Reading are seldomly as relaxed and inviting as Bhaijaanz. This is casual family-style dining at its best. Newcomers can also look forward to excellent service from their staff. They know the menu inside and out, so will be happy to recommend dishes to suit diner’s tastes or dietary requirements.
Bhaijaanz offers a world of delights that go beyond the typical korma and northern Indian dishes that are common fixtures of English menus. Diners can delve into a host of regional delicacies such as Nepalese fried chicken momo dumplings, Kolkata-style paneer Kathi rolls and Hyderabadi Awadhi biryani, which was a delicacy in the royal court. Desserts are also very tempting with options like the syrup-soaked gulab jamun or rasmalai, which will please any fan of cheesecake.
Anyone looking for their new favourite curry house will not be disappointed with a meal at Bhaijaanz. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can look forward to exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to another round, a starter or dessert.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. The tastecard restaurant discount is not available on celebration days – including, but not limited to, Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday and Father's Day.