Home style Indian cookery has had a glamorous makeover at Berkhamsted’s Jalsa restaurant. Located on the pretty old High Street running parallel to the Grand Junction Canal, home of the town’s unusual totem pole landmark, Jalsa opened in June 2011, quickly becoming a favourite meeting place for locals of all ages. With over twelve years experience, previously backing restaurants in Kettering and Stoke on Trent, co-owner Shah Uddin presents a modern, quite grandiose setting in which is enjoyed carefully prepared traditional Indian food. With its high quality fine china and gleaming crystal place settings, contemporary décor and immaculately turned out wait staff, Jalsa brings to Berkhamsted a more exclusive, upmarket take on the Indian restaurant than has been seen in the town before, making it a great alternative for romance and special occasion dining.
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