I don't often go into Selby, but was invited along to Jinnah for a work dinner and what a place!
It is a converted music hall I believe and the building inside is amazing, very art deco with huge palms, and a high ceiling, very clean and very tastefully decorated.
The menu is exhaustive, mainly Kashmiri cuisine, but with a smattering of balti dishes and the usual suspects that you would get in an Indian restaurant. The menu prices were really reasonable, around 9 quid for a main and there were buffet options as well. For a starter we went for a mixed special for 4 between 6 of us, which was a combination of all sorts of yummy treats served up on the most delicious roti bread that we were all fighting over it. We were all pretty stuffed after just the starter. I would recommend that you don't order for the number of people at the table, as there is just too much food.
I had a Peshwari chicken dish for my main which was divine. In fact everyone ordered different meals and there was silence for a while as we all savoured the wonderful flavours of our food - none of us could fault it at all.
The loo's were spotless, the service faultless and friendly, and the prices really reasonable. Sitting inside the restaurant and looking around at the decor and architecture, I couldn't quite 'believe that I was in Selby, it felt like a little piece of India. I would absolutely recommend that people try this place, you won't be disappointed.
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