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Jinnah Restaurant is a Leeds Indian restaurant close to Cross Gates. The most popular dishes at Jinnah include the tandoori king prawns, pickle tray, tray of mint sauce, mint sauce, and chips. Often busy with locals and those who frequent the Leeds Diabetic Screening clinic at Seacroft hospital and Killingbeck Cemetery, both nearby along York Road, Jinnah is the kind of place you should definitely consider making an advance reservation for. If you haven’t yet been to Jinnah, we can heartily recommend the prawn puri to start, followed by a variety of chef’s specials, seafood dishes, famous curries, biryani, vegetarian dishes, bread, sauces and sundries. There’s even a kid’s meal – we’re talking for children, not about baby goats! – for up-and-coming spiceheads.
Food was excellent. Service was good. Very noisy although with it being Christmas party season I suppose this was to be expected. The place could have done with being a bit cleaner. Menus a bit sticky, food on the floor, tables and cutlery needed a bit of a polish. Overall a good experience though.
Great food great service and brilliant staff what more could you want I have been to many a curry house and this one is the top I love Jinnah more than I love Tom Jones and that's saying something. Give it a try you won't be disappointed