Taking inspiration from the Viceroy’s house of New Delhi, the restaurant will be a glamorous Indian dining room with rainforest emperador marbles, dark timber paneling, gilded walls, and Lutyens inspired furnishings. The space will reflect the vibrant colours and intricate patterns of rare Jamavar shawls, offset with brass accents, hand-cut marquetry, and a sculpted bar that will celebrate the great textile traditions of India.
Soo good. Can’t wait to be back. Quality of food was devine!
Starters of kid goat and prawns were as good as we have eaten in any of the top end Indian restaurants, decent sized portions as well. We both had the main of lamb shank which again was excellent. Our waiter was well informed and carried out his work in a friendly efficient way. All round a very good meal.
Exceptional service, food and setting. No detail is over-looked. The food is excellent, flavorful drinks and attentive service. I highly recommend this Mayfair gem for lunch or dinner.
Great restaurant - delicious food and excellent service.
This was our second time dining at Jamavar. It is a lovely and cozy restaurant just off Berkeley Square. They had a early dining special until 18:30, with 3 courses for £30 and 4 courses for £40. We chose the 4 course dinner. We started with the Tellicherry and Garlic Soft Shell Crab, followed by Adraki Lamb Chops and Malai Stone Bass Tikka. Both were superb. As a main course, we both chose the Sindhi Methi Gosht (kid goat) and were very pleased. Dessert was the Rhubarb Chuski Falooda.
Overall, some of the best Indian food we have had, either in London or India! With a bottle of wine, dinner came to £70 a person.
Jamavar is a up market dining experience without the uptight atmosphere. It's a chilled and relaxed environment with a very good vibe, it the type of place you'd go to have quality food, we came away really pleased from dining at Jamavar. We'll be heading back to try some of the other dishes they have on the menu.
The atmosphere is really amazing, especially cozy after the sun goes down. A great tasting menu with service that is attentive without being too much. Very well done.
Great service, fabulous food, delicious wine.
Great food as always, nice atmosphere. Excellent value for
As always, spectacular friendly service and exceptional Indian cooking made for a wonderful date night with my wife. From the Samosas through to the mains of melt in your mouth sea bass. Thank you Jamavar for another great dinner
We were seated at a comfortable table on street level, and received friendly and excellent service. Jamavar’s food is outstanding. We’ve dined here now a half dozen times and never been disappointed!
Excellent food and service, will be revisiting!
Wonderful service , attention to detail was exceptional
Food was amazing
Best Indian food outside of Delhi
We did the tasting menu with the wine pairings and it was fantastic in every way. Super high quality without becoming gimmicky. I saw a review that raised the issue of heat, we did not find that to be a problem at all.
We love Jamavar always amazing food and this time we sat downstairs which wasn't bad at all. Great service and once again yummy food !
One of the best Indian restaurants in London. My one apiece if advice is to inform the server of the level of chilli you like.
But the food is amazing. The whole menu is.
Everything was wonderful. The staff was attentive and friendly. The service spot on. The food was absolutely amazing!
Food was not too great. Very spicey but nothing too amazing.
Very friendly and attentive staff.
Excellent customer service combined with delicious food and a nice ambience!
Food and service were both impeccable!
As always a wonderful evening with amazing cocktails and food
The food was good but the amount in each portion is so little, we order boneless chicken for starter it came only one piece and one piece of potato.
Lovely ambience, service attentive but not intrusive & food sublime - full of flavour, exquisitely spiced & ‘á point’ as to ‘heat’. Arguably the best cuisine of this kind I have EVER had (and that includes over 40 years’ extensive experience - in Birmingham & Leeds/Bradford, as well as London). I shall DEFINITELY be back!
The best Indian restaurant that I have enjoyed in London.
Overall we enjoyed our meal, the food was delicious and we were guided politely through choices by our server. However, the service was slow and a bit cold and functional which really sums up our reservations about our experience at Jamavar. The tone of the evening was unfortunately set from the beginning when the maitre d' took us through two floors of an all but empty restaurant to a table next to the kitchen doors and then expressed surprise when we asked if there was another, more appealing table available. No surprise to find that there was! This is an expensive restaurant in London's highly competitive restaurant market which we concluded really needs to make its guests feel more welcome in order to justify its prices. We will not hurry back.
Very tasty and pleasant atmosphere
The food tastes good but the portions sizes are not very filling.
I felt the price was too high for what you get.
Amazing Indian cuisines - beautiful atmosphere, attentive and gracious service, . I think , no, I o ow this is the best I Dian food that I have had, ever! Looking forward to maki this our “go to” for dinner when in London next.
Excellent service from Nazz & Vithal. Lamb chops are a must as they are delicious
Overall the service was poor, not one friendly smile from any of the staff. The maitre’d did not come up to the table once to check everything was ok. The ambience of the restaurant does not feel like fine dining as the tables are very cramped and there is the constant passing of people next to your table. The only plus side was the food which was decent but would not go back especially for the price.
It was really nice place with delicious indian cuisine one can ever get in london
Food was not great, seemed heated up. Was expensive for what it was.
So delicious and enjoyable we had to go two days in a row! Do not miss this excellent food and lovely service. We visited during Alphonso mango season—so many special treats!
Food was very tasty but portion sizes were small for the price. Service and atmosphere was good.
Best Indian food in London. Try the prawn dishes. Also currently mango is in season, amazing use of flavours. Thank you again
Food perfect as usual.
However we experienced what could only be described as the worse bit of service ever.
The tall bald guy with a stern look didn’t stop bothering us, every time we where speaking he was interrupting us.
When it came to ordering 3 of the party wanted the tasting menu and 1 the a la carte only to be told that wasn’t possible.
We where told that we all had to eat from the same menu...
How strange for an establishment of this kind.
When we explained that the person who wanted to eat from the a la carte menu was choosing to due to dietary requirements that the tasting menu could not cater for he still just said it was not possible.
We then decided to slightly part the tables and 2 of us have a la carte and 2 have the tasting menu, and the waiter said that isn’t possible as he has seen us part the tables and that we are together.
Once we had all ordered and eaten from the a la carte menu the waiter even tidied up around a colleague who was still eating...
Such a strange turn of events and such a shame as none of us will eat here again.
Overall the food is great this was my second visit in a month just think that this individual needs some training.
Everyone can have a bad day but this was beyond a joke.
Was he having a bad day? Or was he just pushing us to have the tasting menu as it’s the most expensive meal on the menu?
We were shown to the best table in the house (I had requested a romantic table) by a smiling member of staff. Generally every waiter, the sommelier etc. were very helpful and made us feel special. We ordered plenty of seafood (the fried crab is very interesting). Cocktails were also delicious. Much recommend Jamavar for a date night!