I do like Jee Saheb. Although I don't eat in often, it's on the route home for my partner and I, and we get takeaway when the idea of cooking doesn't appeal.
All of their menu that we have sampled is well cooked, thoughtfully balanced (and accurate - the descriptions on the menu reflect pretty exactly what you get) and very different.
This is very much not a case of standard 'curry sauce' with different meat and the odd extra spice for every dish - try the Chicken Handi Lazeez or Shah Jahan's Last Stew! (The Handi Lazeez is the most virrulent green full of corriander leaves, I think, and Shah Jahan had a very good last stew!)
They also do a very passable Korai, and their chupatis are nice.
Also recommended is the chicken Satkora - made with the Kafir lime which is the enormous lime the size of a small melon you can buy on the Cowley Road. It has a very interesting citrusy taste like a lemon crossed with lime crossed with some other type of citrus that I've not met on its own.
A good trick is to get a curry but ask for it as tandori - eg tandori chicken korai - which means you get the meat cooked in the tandoor then added to the curry. No doubt not traditional (or is it?) but makes for a nice change.
The starters are very good - chot poti and dahl soup and onion bahjis being the traditional favourites. From the veg sides I love the Bindhi Bahji (curried okra) which is really nice.
It's always nicely buzzing inside when I pick up a takeaway and everybody is very polite and friendly. A real bonus for the area. I guess you could always combine a meal there with a night cap at the Rose and Crown or Garders - North Parade is a hidden gem.