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DELHI-NCR'S first and only jungle-themed restaurant was Corbett at The Claridges, but being al fresco, it came with its seasonal limitations and ultimately had to shut down because it didn't have business for seven to eight months a year. There was space, though, for a Rainforest Cafe equivalent offering a jungle experience indoors, and it has been taken up by Jungle Jamboree, which opened first at the Gold Souk in Gurgaon and then at the Outer Circle of Connaught Place. At both venues, you are successfully transported to a world that you can otherwise experience only when you are on an expensive vacation. They also double the fun quotient for children, giving them the option of dining in an 'aqua cave' or among life-size animal figurines in the 'jungle area', tucking into lower-priced menus designed especially for them, feeling the grass on couches, walls and floors, and having a free run of the play zones. Among Delhi-NCR's mushrooming restaurants, Jungle Jamboree makes an effort to offer a truly unique family experience. The seven-course buffet, changed regularly and paired with customised soft beverages (from aam panna to paan shots), is also studded with customer favourites that are cooked well. So, you can start your meal with Raj Kachori, move on Murgh Malai Tikka, Chicken Shawarma and Kung Pao Fish, and end the meal with Moong Dal Halwa and Paan Ice-Cream.
Jungle Jamboree Restaurant ambience was Fantastic and full on crowd were decent and moving towards main food section starters were faadu with unlimited repetition/ refiling & delicious main course with clean setup overall experience is fantastic Staffs are very supportive and active full score to them.
Jungle concept,,, hhmm Animal faces.....background Chirping music......All felt as if entered somewhere in Forest ...
Easy diner helped me search a kids compatible, ala-carte & best price offered place. 3in 1.
We adults sat in 2nd floor and enjoyed yummy dimsums...noodles....... achari paneer tikka, dabz galouti kebab. ...kids busy WD play section.
perfect dining place with family....Service was very good.....
Visited with family to celebrate my aniversary. Adv: 1) Kids area avialable. 2) Easy reservation with eaxydiner. 3) Location is good. 4) Food is good. Disadvantage 1) Service was on bit slow side. 2) Food is spicy (as I like less spicy food). Suggestions: Opt for Buffet on 1st Floor as the ambience is good.
We went here purely as per reviews on zomato n it was strictly just about OK. The food was just about alright a mixed bag really n ambience was very disappointing. It was only that kids were happy to have a small little play corner other than which there was no buzz at all about this place. Disappointed
What I expected was something around the lines of 'Rainforest cafe' or at least like 'Nawabganj Safari'.
What the place is, is a sub standard, cheap looking place with below average food and terrible service.
The Amristsari fried fish was excellent (though it was basa, the worst of all fish) and thats where it ended.
The Galauti was average, the soups gluggy. The spring roles were just dollops of oil.
The chopped onios had to be sent back twice because they had black spores on them.
The mains were worse - The fish curry terrible, the chicken tikka masala tasteless. The malai kofta and pindi chana were ok though.
They did have 1 + 1 on Singha beer which enhanced the experience a wee bit.
Jungle drum beats is such an exotic mysterious sound, which fills our heart with anticipation and million romantic ideas. You pay thousands of rupees to get a whiff of the jungle thrill but what if we bring the jungle right at your doorstep? Yes, you heard it right! Right in the middle of this tall concrete jungle, we have for you an escape into the Amazonian world. Catch a glimpse of low hung vines, mossy tree trunks and wild creatures waiting in the corners ready to pounce, at ‘Jungle Jamboree’. The restaurant is a wild fun place to be completely based on the jungle theme and promises to be as unruly as its name. Located right on the edge of the outer circle in Connaught Place, Jungle Jamboree is a place meant for families. The ambience is sensational and the fun element stays with your throughout.
It remains as the only jungle-aquatic theme restaurant in the city and enjoys the exclusivity to perfection. While the restaurant has its flagship outlet in Gurgaon, the Delhi outlet receives a lot of love. Its location alone earns it top brownie points. You have a choice between a sprawling jungle-themed area and a vast aquatic-themed cave, which comes with all its glory. While the jungle area closely resembles an old temple enveloped by thick forest, the aqua cave comes with rocky walls washed in hazy blue lights. The enchantment of dining in a space so wonderfully designed totally transforms one’s evening. The place is mysterious, romantic, exotic and multi-dimensional, all at the same time. The animal figurines in the jungle area and the mermaid fish figurines in the aqua cave area is something to watch out for.
Food wise Jungle Jamboree offers a very eclectic and varied menu. Indulge your taste buds with North-Indian, Continental, Chinese, Italian, Thai and Mughlai cuisine. Although the restaurant is not very expensive, it’s still cheaper to opt for their lavish buffet. Begin with, Thai chicken satay, lal mirch ka paneer tikka, tawa fish, dim sums, drums of heaven, shahi galouti ke kebab, manchow soup and crispy honey chilli potato. Pair the breads or noodles with an assortment of gravies like, butter chicken, exotic vegetables in Szechuan sauce, pindi chana, Patiala shahi machhli, sliced chicken in black bean sauce and soya chaap masala. Sip along a nice refreshing cocktail or something a little stronger.