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Finally, a new eatery which I truly love for its name, décor and most importantly, food – ‘Jamun’ at Lodi Colony market (with the famous Guppy as its neighbour). As I entered the restaurant, pleasing vibes of a simple abode, probably of Southern India, with accents of Jamun palette, was very welcoming. One look at the menu and you realize, there you are, to celebrate regional diversity and rich heritage of Indian cuisine as you have the choice of authentic dishes from Kashmir to the Deccan. I started my meal with Kashmiri delicacy ‘Bharwa Gucchi’ with mint chutney. It was delicious as tandoor roasted morels were stuffed nicely with water chestnuts and button mushrooms. Next came ‘Ratalu Ki Tikki’ as recommended by Chef Picu, roasted shakarkandi and chana dal with almond crust. Do not miss his signature dish from Covelong, Tamil Nadu - ‘Karuveppilai Curry Leaf Specials’ - wok tossed prawn or lobster with curry leaves, shallots and spices. Mains too have an extensive choice where ‘Shukto’ from West Bengal, 'Nadru Yakhni' from Kashmir and 'Sadhya Avial' from Kerala stand out for vegetarians. 'Chicken Xacutti' (Chef’s Picu family recipe from Goa), 'Jamun’s Butter Chicken' and 'Lamb Paaya Curry' are some of the highlights from a non-vegetarian section. There is a fully loaded bar. One must try their cocktails like 'Jamun Old Fashion' and 'Gin & Tea Punch'; mocktails like 'Jamun Kaanji' and 'Royal Cider'. Check out their small retail space, with organic and artisanal selective produce from various regions of India.
Food is good service was quick. Staffs are well trained and caring. Definitely will come again. Thanks
The team were amazing. They found us a table when they were already fully booked. It was our last night in Delhi and they called us back with the good news. It was the top recommendation of a family friend from the UK who now lives in India. The team were incredibly welcoming and the ambiance was lovely. Lively but not too loud for conversation. From start to finish the food was just amazing. Fabulous flavours. The team then ordered our taxi home for us as we had actually found this more challenging than expected during our stay in Delhi! We couldn't speak more highly of our evening in Jamun!
Friend and I visited Jamun for lunch which is located in the Lodhi colony market - have heard so much about it and decided to try the regional dishes with the healthy twist. The decor has a very warm and welcoming feel to it - which is always a good sign of things to come. Decided on trying the things that were recommended: We started with Jamun Chicken 66 - a step up on the old classic chicken 65 And the pork chili fry - which is my friends fav . Before we could even get our hands on the appetizers - we were severed this huge papad platter which was loaded with different papads - fried, roasted on fire along with a huge selection of chutneys and salads. In the drinks department we stick with the mocktails - we tried the Rooh-Lemonade (twist on the classic drink) and Jaisalmer Juan - one word for it Refreshing! After devouring all this - we decided on the mains which consisted of raw mango prawn curry and Jamun-e-Josh Mutton curry. My fav was the prawn curry with the tangy mango flavour - truly unique. In the breads - Poi bread which is a Goan speciality, appams and how can a Delhite forget the garlic naan. Rabri faluda was just amazing and Passteis de nata which was served with cinnamon ice cream - were the dessert choices. And finally this meal was ended with a variety of candies - which would certainly take you down the memory lane. The staff was courteous and we were well taken care of from the start till the end of the meal. Next time it's going to be all sea food.
First thing that strikes you on entry is the bustling cheerful ambiance of the place. The menu is eclectic Indian cuisine. We had the Sev Puri (pretty bland & could be spiced up), the Rogun Josh Curry. the Goan Kingfish Curry the prawns chingri, with malabar paranthas, and finished with the JamunKulfi and Gulab Jamun. Over all, I'd say the food is average - nothing special either in presentation or in taste. The service is good and attentive. If you want to just go to a busting pleasant place its okay - but if you are a foodie or gourmet, you might be dispappointed.
We visited jamun on sat 19.01.19. We had been trying to visit the same since last 4months but unfortunately we're not getting any reservations. Best part of the place was the smiling staff,inviting decor and vast menu. We had mutton ghee roast with uppams. The servings portions are good . Service prompt and staff well aware of menu. Must must for all foodies