While Birmingham is synonymous with Indian cuisine, the satellite town of Sutton Coldfield has its share of premium Indian restaurants, too. Located at The Parade, Turmeric Jones offers diners contemporary interpretations of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in traditionally-appointed surrounds worthy of the Raj. With chefs from across South Asia, Turmeric Jones’ menus are filled with diverse dishes sure to satisfy curry lovers.
nice venue, good food and friendly staff. It may look like a side street Indian cuisine but once inside you will be suprised at the decor and the relaxing atmosphere, I visited with family and they really liked it. 5star for me
Amazing food and very friendly staff looked after us all evening and food was amazing and quick, would definatly recomend friends and family to visit.
Excellent food, very reasonable prices and fabulous service. An all round fantastic experience. Will definitely be eating here again.
Turmeric Jones’ offers regularly entice Sutton Coldfield’s Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine connoisseurs to their premises at The Parade. Early bird menus and Sunday lunch buffets give diners the chance to sample a variety of dishes from the eclectically-minded chefs at work in Turmeric Jones’ kitchen. There’s even a special connoisseurs’ section of the menu, which draws in diners from around Birmingham to try such delicacies as the grilled sea bass sumandar and the Bengal-style Bollywood shank. Turmeric Jones offers food fit for a king, or a Bollywood star, it seems.
While Turmeric Jones offers home delivery to a wide area around Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham, it’s recommended that you come in to this Indian restaurant’s premises at The Parade to enjoy an authentic Indian dining experience: the place is decked out in traditional Indian decor that really makes you feel like you’re eating fine Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in a royal court. Indeed, the chef’s signature gourmet selection features a style of cooking known as dumpukht, a cuisine that traces its origins back to the northern Indian Moghul Empire. With chefs that have mastered this esoteric culinary art, Turmeric Jones represents the pinnacle of Indian fine dining.