Jai Shri Krishna

4 out of 5 Based on 12 reviews


Jai Shri Krishna is a restaurant whic serves Vegetarian food with indian cuisine at Turnpike Lane.

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10 Turnpike Lane, Hornsey, London, N8 0PT

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+44 (0)20 8888 7200

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Jai Shri Krishna

10 Turnpike Lane
N8 0PT
+44 (0)20 8888 7200
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Turnpike Lane, Underground


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4 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Jai Shri Krishna

4.0 out of 5 21 January 2014
by Neil P.

What a gem. Had bhel poori with plain dosa. Bhel was crispy and fresh - best ive had in a while. Dosa perfect. Good value too.more

5.0 out of 5 21 June 2011
by Tallulah M.

This is my favourite Veggi place in London. Run by such nice people it is so laid back, reasonably priced and the liquor store has the best selection of booze that you can take in.

I used to go weekly with my meat eating boyfriend and he said it was the one place he never even thought about missing meat.

You can order a million different things and they all come out quickly and together......more

4.0 out of 5 6 March 2010
by Uli B.

Once again a random find...

I think the entire restaurant is run by two people - a chef and a waiter. Yet the service and the quality of the food is much better than at places where waiters buzz around you like crazy and where there's an army of chefs prepping your food. Granted, it took a little longer until the food actually got served, but I had a good book with me and was quite contend...more

4.0 out of 5 23 September 2008
by sickboyedd

A night without meat?, I muttered darkly to myself, cursing my misfortune. The lamb chop in my head whispered, pleadingly, Oh Edd, what hast thou dunst?, as I confirmed with Verbanonfacta that I did indeed fancy a nice vegetarian curry. My motives were based on the wishes of a higher power, the venerable ladyfriend and her meat delusion, I had not forsaken my beloved meat, merely given it a...more

4.0 out of 5 2 September 2008
by verbanonfacta

This vegetarian Indian restaurant offers dishes from all over India, according to the pleasant and chatty young guy who works there. The food is generally delicious, and also very cheap.

I have recently enjoyed both takeaway and eaten in the restaurant. A Thali (selection platter) from there to takeaway, which consisted of: poppadom, 3 curries, 3 puri, raita, onion/tomato, rice and a little...more