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It gets worse: should one need to use the bathroom, then it is necessary to venture into the hotel itself, a rude awakening after the calm of the restaurant, bright lights and many guests milling around, some with lagers in hand.
Definitely worth a (return) visit, but do try and avoid the loos!
From the moment you arrive the emphasis is on relaxation, and better way to start than enjoying a leisurely drink in the sunny lounge area whilst watching the world go by.
We were similarly impressed with mains of paneer (cheese) and chicken (a house speciality of Kadia murgh).Our South African Chenin Blanc was, nonetheless, very pleasant.All of this (plus sundries and service) came to just over £50.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.
Do not be put off by the location and go to Jali for the food.