Hey Guys, Jewel of Indian is kind of small restaurant lets say for 20 persons at a time. So, I wouldn't suggest it for family gathering. In term of food and service, I will say the restaurant was pretty good. I have tried it once...More
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One of the best indian restaurant. Very beautiful decoration, great menu and food. Staff courteous and good price.
This restaurant is near the MesseTurm but slightly on the expensive side. The ambiance is great though and if you want some authentic Indian food, especially North Indian, this is the place to go. Give it a shot!
Highly popular restaurant, you will need booking to get table. Or wait. Owners ( Mrs & Mr. Kuldeep) are pretty humble and serve of their own to customers. Very rarely seen that. Lovely place to dine no doubt. And taste so gooooooood. I will highly...More
Very strange, one of the best indian meals i have had and it's in Frankfurt. Our indian supplier wanted to take us out for a meal and they said this is the best Indian they have been to outside of home. I take there word...More
Food was ok, but prices were way too high for the value you get. We had the platter of grilled meat and the gambas. For roughly 25€ each, we only got six or seven small pieces of meat and tiny gambas (that were probably not...More
Great restaurant within very easy walking distance of the Marriott and other high end hotels. Totally suitable for vegetarians and omnivores. Great selection, helpful staff, very relaxed atmosphere. Truly a pleasurable experience. Very highly recommended. We walked in early - 530pm - with no reservation...More
This was the third Indian restaurant I visited in Germany. Why is it that these restaurants take in bookings if they cannot service the patrons. I asked for table salt while I was eating from the buffet. The waiter, very rudely, told me that it...More
Yes I m an Indian ..I know this is not the real taste, it is still OK compared to German food n may be that's why not so authentic places also gets good reviews. But to put this in simplest way..I would say try Namaste...More