-By Rashmi Uday Singh
This high-ceilinged, handsome restaurant is the ideal place to pop into after catching up an exhibition or a play at Nehru Centre, or after a star-spangled show at the Planetarium. The large multi-cuisine buffet at lunch draws packed houses. Standard Ã la carte fare that is reliable and tasty. Hot-sellers include Subzi Kadhai, Malai Kofta, Lahori Aloo, Chicken Mutton Platter and Lahori Chicken. My picks are the kebabs here. Lunch Buffet (Mon-Sat: Rs. 662; Sun: Rs. 807) too. Do check out the cosy bar, packed to the gills during the Joy Hour (6.30pm to 8pm) when snacks too are free-flowing (literally too!).
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Jewel of India has been indeed a jewel.It?s one of my favorites and i enjoy especially in weekdays.The starters are really amazing and worth appreciating.The art display is also good.It?s although very expensive but you wouldn?t miss the taste where top i
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