Jolli Indian

Written by on March 7, 2019

The home of home cooking.

South Birmingham Radio’s verdict

Having tasted the fine home cooking of the family-run Jolli Indian, we can honestly say that the difference between your standard Indian takeaway and home cooked Indian meals is vast.
The ingredients taste fresh and the staff make it feel as though they want you to savour every mouthful and are keen to hear your feedback.

If we were to give them a rating, it would be an easy five stars.

About Jolli Indian

Jolli Indian is different from most take-aways. They offer a personalised service, use the freshest ingredients, use the traditional Deshi cooking style and offer Indian street food options.

Jolli Indian are also keen to integrate within the local community even raising money for local charity, Tracey’s Dream at their launch event.

The family who run Jolli Indian travelled the world before opening their store to find new recipes and developed an interest in street food. This really shows in one thing we at South Birmingham Radio find really unique – The Bombay Box! (Pictured below). The Bombay Box lets the customer pick and choose from set menu items to build themselves a unique meal. You can choose; the size of the meal, the spice of the meal, the main ingredient and your sundries.



The legendary Jolli Indian Bombay Box


Jolli Indian have ran several competitions and given away some great prizes. Keep an eye on their Facebook for the next giveaway!

How to book your Jolli Indian

By phone: 0121 453 5800

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In-store: 87 New Road, Rubery. B45 9JR

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