Exciting taste buds since 1987 with some tantalising Indian cuisine, The Jewel in the Crown is a real go to restaurant in the Swindon area. Luxuriously laid tables, opulent furniture and an outstanding service standard combine with a sublime food offering ...
Exciting taste buds since 1987 with some tantalising Indian cuisine, The Jewel in the Crown is a real go to restaurant in the Swindon area. Luxuriously laid tables, opulent furniture and an outstanding service standard combine with a sublime food offering to conjure up the exotic past of the South-Asian country in the creation of a fine dining experience to be remembered.
Achieving a life-long passion to provide quality Indian food to the masses, owner Muzzamil Ali established the restaurant in the hope of bringing a variety of sub-continental flavours. This was achieved through the recruitment of experienced chefs from different regions of the country, who have succeeded in developing a fantastic menu that is as extensive as it is diverse.
When perusing the menu, it seems almost criminal to ignore their list of sumptuous starters, especially when taking into account the superb discount offered by Gourmet Society. Particularly enticing dishes can be seen in the form of their range of kebabs that come in a sheek, shami and mixed style, the king prawn puri and the traditional South Asian favourites in the onion bhaji and the samosa, serving to suitable prepare the palate for the delights to come.
Following on, the usual mouth-watering Indian delicacies, such as the fiery madras, the spicy Rogan Josh and the mild and creamy korma, can be found alongside a host of specials that really set The Jewel in the Crown out from the rest. Recommended are the glorious lobster masala and the scrumptious special chicken jalfrezi, though the delicious chicken muglai, the exquisite peshawari king prawns, and the wonderful pea and cheese based matar paneer – a fabulous vegetarian option, are just three of the enchanting alternatives. As for those averse to all things curry, there are also an assortment of English numbers that include a fillet steak, an omelette, and fried chicken, chips and peas.
The staff at The Jewel in the Crown are always on hand to answer any questions that any interested diner may have, be they about cooking styles, ingredients or tastes, further enhancing the enjoyment of any meal at the restaurant.