Up on Padiham’s Burnley Road, close to the bridge over the river Calder, there’s a small clutch of the town’s eateries to tempt you. If you’re seeking authentic South Asian and Indian cuisine in the centre then you’d do well to book a table at Jaipur Indian, where you can dine like a Rajah for a great price. Jaipur’s chefs are able to create dishes that run the length and breadth of the Indian subcontinent, from meat to vegetarian delicacies, hot and spicy dishes to mild and creamy options for timid palates. Jaipur’s selection of traditional curries allow diners to choose their favourite style of curry and premium ingredients – go lavish with the Jaipur mix special cooked in everything from the milder danchak to hotter-than-the-sun phall, with UK favourites vindaloo and korma in between.
Small well run restaurant where they go one step further to make your experience great. Good food, good service and good atmosphere with tastes for all ages.
Small restaurant with friendly staff. Have visited several times in the past. Excellent food and service as usual. Great value for money. Will be returning.
Excellent service nothing bad to say, would go there again. Staff are polite and the food was excellent even my two boys enjoyed their meals and they are fussy about what they eat.