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571 reviews
Value for money
Gary Levin

dined on Thu, 9 May 2019

great food and value

dined on Mon, 25 Feb 2019

Our neighbourhod favourite! Consistently the best Indian around with the best Naan! Curries are sensational- you must try the pindicherry prawns- delicious! Wish we still lived in the area but a must visit each time we’re in Sydney. Tandoor is also wonderful.

dined on Mon, 14 Jan 2019

I absolutely loved Jewel on the Bay, the service was second to none and I couldn’t be more impressed with the staff. Food was delicious too! Best Indian I’ve ever been to !

dined on Fri, 7 Jun 2019

Food was lovely, naan came late to the table

dined on Thu, 6 Jun 2019

We arrived at the restaurant almost 40 minutes before our booking but the member of staff still allowed us to sit and also provided us with the drinks menu. Service was 5* and so was the food. I would 100% recommend !

dined on Sat, 25 May 2019

The naan bread could have been better. Paying $25 for butter chicken which was a tiny cup size portion with only about 7 pieces of chicken is horrible. Was definitely not good value for money. Also the bathroom and kitchen looked so dirty which made me not trust it. Would not go back there.

dined on Sat, 4 May 2019

It’s is the best authentic Indian restaurant I have ever been to. Highly recommend and always delicious

dined on Sat, 4 May 2019

Everything perfect tasty food good service, mains portion a little small other than that all good. Certainly be back!

dined on Wed, 24 Apr 2019

Great nann and curries. Never disappoints.
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About Jewel on the Bay

A cultural crossover During the day, the Jewel on the Bay is an Omni cultural café with many cuisines to be sampled, and Rose Bay locals often frequent it. But… at night, an Indian family takes over the kitchen and it contracts to a single identity, serving an array of curries and classic Indian dishes. The décor is simple, with large bronze plates hanging on the walls, and a huge big golden pot standing against one wall as the main feature of decoration. The food is pleasing, featuring some well-known Indian classics, and superb breads made in the tandoor. There is something for all – even for those who prefer less spice in their life. Best Dish: beef shahi korma with cashews and almonds.

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