Jewel in the Crown (Dun Laoghaire) restaurant
54 Upper George's Street, South Co. Dublin, Dun LaoghaireSouth Co Dublin
It serves delectable Classic Indian Mughlai cuisine, which is a celebration of its unique culinary expertise.
The Menu exhibits an extensive array of elaborately prepared fragrant creamy Curries, aromatic Stir Fries & traditional clay oven baked Tandoori specialties accompanied by a wide selection of delectable Starter & Side dishes.
The taste varies from mild to very hot & spicy & is prepared to accommodate individual taste & special dietary requirements.
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Reviewed 18th February 2016 (visited 2 January 2016 )
execellent food and food is very very good jewel in the crown has a orignil indian taste it is best indian restaurant in dunlaoghaire
Reviewed 18th February 2016 (visited 2 February 2016 )
nice food............ very good service i really enjoy the food...it is my favoutrte restaurant ....
Reviewed 18th February 2016 (visited 15 February 2016 )
i visited in jewl in the crown dun loaghaire with my family. i order onion bhaji and samosa , tandori chicken , sikh kabab and main course chicken jalfrazi , lamb roghan josh , lamb madras and chicken tika masala with rice and nan bread.the service was excelent and food was lovely and price is reasionable.me and my family very happy there.it was orignal indan taste.everythng was excellent.
Reviewed 29th December 2015 (visited 29 December 2015 )
Bad idea to get a delivery from here if you are hungry(which you would be) 2 hours on the button, Spice Cottage in SAllynoggin is better, plus the staff aren't as rude when you ring
Reviewed 17th October 2014 (visited 11 October 2014 )
I'm afraid the quality here has gone. Rogan Josh - lamb was tough. Food was dripping with oil - which I hate. My Vindaloo tasted of chili only with very little else going on. Its disappointing - maybe they'll improve again.
Reviewed 10th April 2014 (visited 9 April 2014 )
Food was lovely and service was good but we were the
Reviewed 03rd May 2012 (visited 14 April 2012 )
Slightly odd experience on arriving at this restaurant.Staff are a little full on but that can often be a matter of personal preferance;there was a lot of hovering which really puts me on edge. Food was tasty and authentic but we had to wait for quite a while before we recieved our mains. I found the price to be too expensive.The experience wasnt unpleasant, although I wouldnt be returning in a hurry.
Reviewed 28th July 2011 (visited 25 July 2011 )
Went for dinner Tuesday night, a bit like being in Fawlty Towers! While the staff were very helpful no English was spoken by waiter, no understanding of the menu so was a bit funny but frustrating. Food was ok after my friend wore a glass of wine down her back, the waiters mistake which he apologised for but still my friend was soaked through. Overall we just had a laugh sure what else could we do.
Reviewed 06th June 2010 (visited 21 May 2010 )
This remains my top choice for Indian food in the greater Dublin area. The price is totally affordable and the staff are super friendly always! Last time i was there i had a big conversation with the waiter about where mango pickle comes from and how poppadoms are made. It is this personal touch that makes Jewel in the crown the place to eat out!!!
Reviewed 30th May 2010 (visited 29 May 2010 )
I was delighted to stumble across a Jewel in the Crown in Dún Laoghaire and did not hesitate in trying it for lunch based on the quality of their other restaurant in Dublin 2. It was a rainy Saturday and the lunch menu was almost over so unfortunately the dining room had just two other people so it is hard to rate atmosphere other than it was comfortable, relaxed and our waiter was very friendly. The lunch menu I think is great value at only €9.95. I ordered Chicken Tikka to start and a main of lamb Karai. My girlfriend ordered the same starter and her old favorite of chicken Jalfrezi. The starters were out in minutes and the quality of Jewel in the Crown was evident already. Our mains followed with the same taste and quality. Great sauces and tender meat throughout. The portions for lunch time are just right and with some added pilau rice we were satisfied and full. A great meal and two large bottles of Cobra came in at just a tick over €36 for two people. A relaxing and indulgent way to spend a long weekend lunch!
Reviewed 24th April 2010 (visited 24 April 2010 )
Ordered a take out from this crowd and I have been blown away. THE BEST CURRY I have had in my life bar none. I will never order curry from any other restaurant in Dublin. They are apparently under new management, but their menu is well priced and the food is a delight. I loved the small touches - like free poppadums and the coloured rice. It is authentic and I cannot praise these guys enough.
Reviewed 11th April 2010 (visited 3 April 2010 )
went here with my husband last week and realy enjoyed it.had a realy spicy vindaloo and himself had tikka masala and he declared it the best he had eaten.will go back for sure and hope to try the early bird next time looks superb value can t wait
Reviewed 09th April 2010 (visited 31 March 2010 )
When I saw the lovely hanging baskets outside the restaurant I decided to give J.I.t,C. in Dun L ago. I just felt like having a nice no dressing up school night out meal. We found the food very good and I too liked the unpretentious atmosphere. I had a delicious vegetable dansak which I don't even think was on the menu but they made it for me. The samosa’s were wonderful and all in all it was a very pleasant evening with excellent service. We will definitely go back and bring our friends. Prices are excellent too.
Reviewed 09th March 2010 (visited 6 March 2010 )
Went to the Jewel before a show in the pavillion. It is a traditional Indian restaurant as you would recall from 10 years or so ago, not like the new fusion modern Indian establishments that one is used to nowadays . Regardless it was great to taste the old specials althought they are heavy laden with sauce. We really enjoyed it and it was very good value at €65 for dinner for two plus a bottle of wine. Only think i didnt like was the fact that the chicken tikka didnt appear to be from the tandor cooker (more like processed) Service was very friendly and efficient. Would go back.
Reviewed 05th March 2010 (visited 9 January 2010 )
I love the foods here, the quality is always the same. the staff are so friendly and helpful. I have recommended this restaurant to a few friends who have had similar experiences.