Jeera Indian Restaurant, formerly the Desi Masala Grill, on Queen Street in Morley in Leeds looks from the exterior like a run-of-the-mill curry house with an unimposing façade facing the high street. Do not allow appearances to deceive! Jeera Indian Restaurant has been dishing out superior quality curries to Leeds’ famously discerning curry aficionados for years now. Offering excellent curries in a relaxed atmosphere or delivery to those lucky enough to live in the Mosely area, Jeera is a local star.
Its true what they say about the outside of this restaurant, its doesn't look upto much, but once inside its lovely. We were given a very warm welcome and shown to our table, The staff were very attentive and polite. The meal itself was one of the best we have ever had. The chicken livers were done to perfection. Everything about the meal was really good, even our friends who came from Birmingham couldn't praise the restaurant enough. Will definitely make this a regular place to go - love it. This is the best Indian restaurant in Morley and surrounding area without a doubt.
Yet again another lovely night at Jeera Restaurant. A good warm welcome, staff very attentive and meal was de;icious. What more can I say. We will be going back again soon.
Good service and excellent food. Staff very polite. I will definitely be going back. The sizzling starter for two was lovely as was the Bengal balti chicken
Queen Street in Morley, Leeds is an unlikely spot for an excellent Indian restaurant to hide. And yet,
Jeera Indian Restaurant, known previously at Desi Masala Grill, is precisely that – a superior quality
Indian restaurant masquerading as a humdrum neighbourhood curry house. The Jeera menu is a
blend of classic favourite and new specialties, ideal for curry fans and novices alike. The team at the
Queen Street eatery have recently acquired a license to serve alcohol too.
The dining room at Jerra Indian Restaurant in Morley, Leeds is a simple affair. Two rows of tables line the walls of the restaurant, an unfussy testament to the restaurant’s commitment to focusing on the food! Diners with an eye on their budgets should head to Jeera on Wednesday or Sunday evenings when the team preside over the Three Course Buffet an Indian extravaganza which will leave you with change from a tenner. Jeera Indian Restaurant is open daily from 5.15pm. Diners should be warned, however, that the small restaurant quickly fills up so making a booking in advance makes good sense.