Just steps from the University of Dundee on Session Street, Jahangir tandoori offers guests the chance to travel to the Indian subcontinent through any array of delicious specialities and drinks. Open every day of the week from noon to midnight, this great Indian restaurant is there when you need it most, no matter whether you’re after a hearty dinner or a late-night snack. From bhoona chicken and lamb rogan josh to mushroom bhaji and bombay aloo, the menu at Jahangir in Dundee covers all the bases in regards to classic dishes, while also offering lesser known options like manter janter with king prawns, a dish that’s slightly sweet thanks to the addition of pineapple. This Blackness Indian restaurant is one of a kind – make sure to book your table in advance before making your way to this beloved dining establishment.
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Everything about our visit was amazing from start to finish. My friend and I could not praise the staff, food and ambience highly enough. We are planning a return visit before too long.
Lovely friendly attentive staff! Couldn't be nicer. Very nice people
Welcomed by polite staff shown to our table food was a very high standard pleasant evening
Simply put, Jahangir restaurant is where to head for some of the best balti and tandoori in Dundee. It’s an Indian restaurant with character and, on Session Street in Blackness, one with a great deal of style as well, owing to a dining space that’s dark and atmospheric. That said, of course, the biggest attraction at any Indian restaurant is the food and here at Jahangir Indian restaurant it certainly doesn’t disappoint. The Jahangir Dundee menu quite unusually consists of dishes from both the north and south of India so expect some house thalis as well as the UK curry house classics you know and love, then the baltis and tandoori dishes, of course.
Yes, balti and tandoori are the specialties of Jahangir Indian restaurant and they make a trip to Blackness and Session Street well worth it by themselves. Be sure to try the balti saag or the curious balti with lentils, while from the tandoori oven the Egyptian kebab is well worth getting involved with. Perhaps our favourite dish on the Jahangir Dundee menu, however, is the tandoori king prawns that are smothered – and we mean smothered – in fresh garlic. With dishes like these you’ll not be surprised to hear that a meal at Jahangir restaurant requires a reservation before you go. Enjoy!
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