Who doesn’t love desi khana? Kebabs, biryanis, spicy Indian curries; the taste of Indian food can outshine any celebrated International dish. Let us take a look at Jamavar, the Indian restaurant at Leela Palace, Bangalore.
Jamavar, the Indian restaurant at Leela Palace, Bangalore
The Leela Palace, Bangalore houses some really fantastic fine dine speciality restaurants. The Indian speciality restaurant Jamavar has a fine dine setting with a décor harmoniously combining both traditional and contemporary. Gold plated wall paintings, intricate work on Jamavar shawls adorning the walls, royal table setting and an open kitchen completes the decor at Jamavar.
The menu is equally eclectic with popular dishes from North and South India. Choose from an extensive menu of succulent kebabs and aromatic biryanis. Raan-e-Jamavar is one of their signature dishes. A whole baby lamb leg is marinated in yogurt, chilli, ginger and nutmeg. If you are a vegetarian, the menu has choices like tandoori ke phool, baingan bharta or dal Jamavar. The Jamavar menu has a range of North Indian dishes to delight your taste buds.
Bookyouratable soon at Jamavar, the Indian restaurant at Leela Palace, Bangalore and enjoy delicious North Indian dishes. You might also call at 076767 76767 and reserve a table at Jamavar.
Jamavar at The Leela Palace, Bangalore is touted as one of the best Indian fine-dine restaurants in Bangalore. The extensive Indian menu has a number of North Indian dishes out of which Tandoori dishes take a prominent position.
A traditional tandoor oven
Many of us mistake Tandoori to be a form of dish, but the fact is that Tandoori is a cooking technique that dates back as early as the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Tandoori cooking is done in tandoor, a very large and deep clay pit. The base of tandoor has charcoal burning slowly that emits enough heat to roast veggies, marinated meat and rotis. Tandoori dishes have a certain flavour and texture that you’ll not find in dishes cooked in normal ovens. The use of traditional spices like ginger, garlic, coriander powder, cayenne pepper, nutmeg, pepper, cardamom and a thick marinade of yogurt lends that special taste and aroma to the dishes. So much said and done, now let us take a look at some of the delicious Tandoori dishes that the Jamavar menu has to offer us.
Tandoori Gobi … a delight to the vegetarians!
Be it chunks of meat, slices of veggies or whole seafood, the chefs at Jamavar are expert in presenting each of these in their Tandoori forms. So for the vegans, the Jamavar chefs have created the unique Tandoori Phool (Broccoli and Cauliflower roasted in tandoor) and Baingan ka Bharta (Eggplant in tandoor baked with marinated spices). However, for the non-veg. lovers, the choice is plenty. Tandoori Chicken, Raan-e-Jamavar, Tandoori Pomfret/lobster, Murgh malai kebab, Seekh Kebab … you’ll be spoilt for choice!
Want more? Rush to Jamavar at The Leela Palace, Bangalore and dig into the kebabs and Tandoori dishes. Bookyourtable at Jamavar or call 076767 76767.