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Jambavan: the home of home-cooked food. Where the Indian King of the Bears from the Ramayana scriptures meets Warwickshire's Bear and Staff. Where the flavours of India meet the freshest locally sourced produce. At Jambavan, we take our inspiration from Kerala, Bangladesh and Goa, combining ancient and modern influences to create our authentic home-cooked dishes.
Simply the best restaurant in town never mind curry. Amazing food, wonderful service and fantastic atmosphere. If it were situated on the High street you wouldn’t be able to get a seat. Warwicks hidden gem!
This is a fantastic restaurant a warm welcome from all the staff is what you need to start the night. The menu is different varied and interesting.The Calcutta Kathi Kebab was exceptional and the main dishes of palak gosht/murg with spinach and the hot chicken...More
We love a Friday night out and Jambavan was recommended to us following a visit over Xmas.
The food, service and staff where fantastic. We were advised that once we had been we would make this our regular... they were right... we’ll be back..!!
Driving back from Wolverhampton, and after a dire football match, and on a filthy evening, whilst on the M6 my son used his trusty iPhone to track down a suitable place for our party of three to stop and eat.
We dove on to Warwick,...More
We visited for dinner on a Saturday night as a group of four. The food was really delicious and well presented, definitely a restaurant and not a curry house. Unfortunately the service let it down as it was lacking. Staff didn’t seem particularly friendly or...More
Came here on a whim. Bit hard to find as down a narrow alley and parking down the road. Waited nearly an hour for a starter which is why I docked a star. People placing takeaway orders seemed to be seen before us but was...More
We visited this restaurant on a Thursday evening. It was quiet but what a great meal. We had the sea bass and my wife a king prawn dish. Both meals were very tasty. We had a starter each and a main each with a couple...More