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Many a deal has been closed at the Jamavar – that is what the power of good food can hold for you. Jamavar has been offering some great Indian food for several years now. Several chefs have trained and moved on to become sensations in their own their own right. Through it all, Jamavar holds on tight to its legacy of making great food. The food here covers large parts of India and the showcase is lovely. Start with some 'Yetti Saaru' - garlic, coriander and prawn soup. Or you could try the 'Attukal Soup', simply because you rarely see shorba, trotters and all in a 5-star setting. The 'Bharwan Aloo Tikki with Green Pea Masala, the Corn Bezule and the Cauliflower Kempu Bezule' are lovely choices. The 'Kakinada Royala Vepudu' (Stir-fried prawns) and the 'Macchi Amritsari' in the lovely yellow masala of gram flour and red chilli lemon are great choices too. Moving on to main courses, you have the 'Nawabi Kofta' that pairs well with 'Bharwan Kulcha' and the 'Baingan Bharta' that I can eat without anything on the side thanks to its smokiness. The 'Jheenga Dhania Tamatar' is great and if for a taste of Kerala, do try the 'Alleppey Fish Curry'. The 'Nihari' here is made with love and you do not want to leave without doing the 'Dal Jamavar'. I love the fact that the range of biryanis here is tempting. The 'Kozhi Biryani', the 'Awadhi' and even the 'Erachi Biryani'. And, read through the desserts because you do not want to miss them too.
We were a large group who came here for dinner at around 7:30 PM. The service was good and they had a large table for us. The food is phenomenal. They have a very extensive menu covering the length and breadth of Indian food. We ordered food from all regions, ,multiple appetizers, dhal, briyanis, different kinds of breads, and different curries both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Their service is impeccable. They do a great job of serving the food and make sure our plates were also full according to our choices. The desserts were hit or miss - the kulfi's were amazing. The qubani ka meetha was bad. Don't know if its a taste palate thing. They do have a few areas they can improve upon. The papads and small bites they served before the appetizers showed up was old, limp and stale. It's appalling to see that kind of quality at a 5 star restaurant. Also the bar tender was having a bad night. The mixed drinks were terrible - since we couldn't get the cocktail right - and the servers were not interested in fixing it - we moved on to beers and fruit juices.
The food was good, service was very good, outside seating very relaxing. Yes, I have had better Indian food in other hotels in Bangalore but I wouldn't mind going back again. The bread was not so good. Graving was ok but not good enough for a fine dining.
Very luxurious restaurant and so is the place and it's ambiance and food is also very delicious and tasty
Jamavar has always been a go to place to take International visitors where one can rest assured about the quality and taste to suit all palettes. This time we requested the chef to come over and guide us and he served a treat which everyone was amazed and satiated with. We had some amazing rack of lamb, prawns, galawati kebab for appetisers and butter chicken along with dal makhani and some fish for the main course with an assortment of breads. The grand finale was the malai and Kesar kulfi which was relished by the whole group. You cannot go wrong with any of the restaurants at the Leela especially Jamavar.
We had an awesome experience in jamavar the food was delicious and the staff chef jasbeer made us a special dessert which we loved the presentation , we feel it was an friendly touch .
If taken pains with, North Indian cuisine is enough to charm you with its delectable spice palate and creamy buttery consistency. Dunk a piece of flaky flatbread in it or mop the curry with some fragrant biryani and you will find this ritual strangely comforting. Counted as amongst the top North Indian dining destinations, ‘Jamavar’ of The Leela Palace is a class in itself. The beauty of the place is undefinable as they have used Indian heritage as their backdrop, far different from the modern hotels that seems to have become the trend. Jamavar is the place to dine in Bengaluru if you want to display the delights of Indian cuisine to a foreign guest or dazzle an important business client with grandeur. The customers come to Jamavar for true Indian hospitality and they receive it in abundance.
Though the menu is focused on cuisines from both northern and southern India, the dishes from south steals the spotlight. For appetizers try out mutton raan, malai tikka, broccoli with cheese, murg chap, chicken reshami kebab, dahi ke kebab, galouti kebab, seekh kebab, paneer tikka sunehri, karari aloo papadi chaat, fish tikka, lamb chops and chicken tikka. The mains menu reflects dal jamavar, paneer spring onion, sindhi mutton curry, malai kofta, murg tawa masala, butter chicken, red thai curry with rice, chicken pasta, chicken chettinad, nasi goreng and paneer makhanwala. The rice lovers can enjoy dum ki biryani or mutton biryani. Order some indian breads to soak up the spicy curries like masala kulcha, hoppers, laccha paratha, naan or missi roti. The Mughlai food is out of this world too. The food at Jamavar is not too greasy or heavy and is enjoyed heartily by locals and tourists alike.
The desserts offered at Jamavar are as rich and opulent as their surroundings. Tuck into, cheesecakes, rasmalai, gulab jamun, shahi tukda, raspberry sorbet, kesar pista kulfi, chocolate cakes and so much more. Jamavar is beautifully designed by keeping Indian heritage their prime concern. Grandeur is reflected through rich upholstery, huge crystal chandelier and crystal laden polished tables. Jamavar is a fine dining restaurant through and through. You may find it expensive in the bargain but considering its gorgeous ambience and mouth-watering food, we find the prices justified. The service is a complement to its five star reputation, flawless and cordial.
Dining at Jamavar is like stepping into a fairy tale for a Special Occasion. The ambience alone makes Jamavar a worthwhile trip. Inside, the restaurant is an epitome of affluence and traditional Indian grandeur. Thick carpets, huge crystal chandeliers, elegant furnishings, all remind you of a royal durbar. However, it’s their lovely outdoor seating area that takes one’s breath away. The open veranda where the tables are set is flanked by a lush garden from all sides, adding to the exotic romance of the atmosphere. If you don’t mind the monetary pinch, Jamavar is unparalleled in beauty and romance. Your date will surely be impressed.