Dear diners, good news! This restaurant has a function room available for up to 40 guests. Enquire by contacting the restaurant directly.
Leeds is home to some of the finest curry houses you’ll find anywhere in the UK, but it can often be hard to choose which one to visit on a night out. As recommendations go, there are few better than longevity, as this is a competitive market and only the best Indian restaurants survive: so when we tell you that the Jewel of India on Bridge Road in Otley have been in place since 1982, you know that they must be good. They’ll rustle up any number of Indian specialities and bring them steaming to your table – so take a trip into the centre of Otley and book a table at Jewel of India.
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Nice staff and good food a little hotter than we usually eat so perhaps ask if I can have it medium next time.
Gorgeous food as always will be back soon hopefully ...
The food was great and reasonably priced. We had a lovely evening at Jewel of India.
Jewel of India on Bridge Road in Otley is the domain of Abdul Ghafoor, who will go to any length to ensure that you enjoy the experience. His team use only the best Indian spices and herbs to make the most authentic dishes possible and the success that that has brought has been self-evident. From the day that they opened their doors way back when in 1982 they have grown from strength of strength, resulting in sister restaurants in York, Sheffield and Menston, alongside their location on the outskirts of Leeds. The secret to the formula is not complicated: just great Indian dishes, cooked well and served up in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.
The specials on offer at Jewel of India tend towards the spicier end of the scale, so bring your biggest sense of adventure with you. Try their panch rangia, minced chicken or lamb marinated in mixed pickles and packed with chilli and coriander or their lemon chilli, featuring lemons and, well, chillies. The fiery favourites aren’t the only thing of the menu, though. For the milder taste, we’d go for a mirch korma that includes pineapple, lychees, banana and creamed coconut or the chicken tikka passanda, based on almonds and yoghurt and cream. Whatever you go for, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Jewel of India in Otley – so book a table today and make the journey.