Chatsworth hotel hastings east sussex
Our South African Chenin Blanc was, nonetheless, very pleasant.All of this (plus sundries and service) came to just over £50.But if you ignore the soulless hotel setting, you will find much in the restrained interior & excellent cooking to rave about.The menu focuses mainly on north Indian fare, & with chefs brought over from some of India’s finest hotels, the cooking is near faultless. The hotel took no responsibility, just told me how trustworthy thewre staff were. however, when we pointed out there was no soap in room, we had somebodt go into room and miraclously, while we were out moving the car, had money taken.Do not be put off by the location and go to Jali for the food.My dining comrade and I were impressed both by the quality and the value for money, it was a pity about the setting.
We were similarly impressed with mains of paneer (cheese) and chicken (a house speciality of Kadia murgh).
Incredibly bad for parking, cost me over Â£5.00 and we were only there for half a day. we left with drinks half drunk as we kept getting bumped and barged by staff trying to get round us to sort takeaaway. Final result, we left hotel same day, no compensatuion whatso ever, when i RANG , NOBODY WOULD ALLOW ME ACCESS TO ANYONE ABOVE DUTY MANAGER.
When I asked for names to report topolice I thought they were trying to cover up, it turned out they didnt know the name of their staff.
In many ways it is therefore a positive that Jali remains a relative secret on the Hastings dining scene.
The location is most unprepossessing, a slightly dilapidated seafront hotel away from the more attractive old town area.
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The dum chicken biryani, served in a sealed pot, is also worth a taste.