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Jewel Notts is more than just your average Indian restaurant. Situated on the corner of London Road and Ryehill Street in The Meadows, Jewel is convenient to the city centre and the Nottingham County football ground, making this a popular spot for Indian dining with a twist. The menu is creative, infusing the ancient culinary arts of the subcontinent with inspiration from international cuisines. To top it off, Jewel boasts a tempting cocktail bar and three separate dining areas besides the main dining room for lavish private celebrations.
To make the most of Jewel’s Nottingham Indian restaurant and cocktail bar we recommend booking one of three special areas next time you decide to celebrate by dining big. The restaurant’s premises on The Meadows stretch of London Road includes a private mezzanine that can seat up to 50 diners and features a climate-controlled wine storage showcasing the restaurant’s collection of international vintages – indispensable accompaniment to your meal. Another area overlooks the open kitchen and can accommodate 75 seated diners or 130 standing for cocktail receptions, while yet another semi-private room, the Barbaresco, offers more opportunities for opulent banquets.
As for the food, Jewel’s offering is quintessentially Indian, with head chef Moise bringing to bear a wealth of experience gleaned from the kitchens of major global restaurants upon a menu that’s one of the best in Nottingham. Start with Jewel’s tandoori platter or the more lavish mixed grill before indulging in classic mains that will keep connoisseurs happy. The fiery hot Anglo-Indian madras or the saffron-infused dum biryani are highlights here. Signature dishes at hotspot in The Meadows neighbourhood include the spicy, rich desi homestyle chicken or lamb, a northern Indian dish cooked in a sealed clay pot and the Maharajah jhinga, king prawns in a rich and distinctively herbed sauce. Great value set meals are available too, and if you can gather 10 or more fellow diners together for a get together in the bar area on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Jewel will gift you and your group a complimentary bottle of Champagne.