Situated in East Victoria Park, Indian Restaurant "Jewel of the Park" have been 'wowing' diners to the flavours of North and South India for many years. The Jewel of the Park specialise in treating their customers with some of the best of authentic North and South Indian cuisine.
It has been said that their spices will tingle like a million stars but cater for all tastes and offer a choice of mild to hot dishes, fresh salads and chips for the kids. For great food, service and value that have kept people coming back over and over again.
The restaurant offers a very comfortable environment, setting the ambience for a relaxed night out with friends. The Jewel of the Park is ideal for all occasions - you'll be sure to enjoy the fantastic food and friendly service.
The Jewel of the Park welcome all group bookings and functions, corporate or private, large or small. They have catered for events ranging from 50 people for a seated fare to wedding receptions with finger food for up to 120 people. Give them a call to discuss your individual requirements. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.
Jewel of the Park Indian Restaurant
7 days open
- Mon - Sun Dinner - 5.30pm to 9.30pm
Thu - Sun Lunch - 11.30am to 2.30pm
Sat - Sun Breakfast - 8am to 10.30am
4 User Reviews
The food was awesome and the service was fantastic. Extremely yummm Definately would go back again. This is about the fifth time we have been and it never disappoints.
Rachel, almost 5 years
Great service, had the chicken vindaloo, Very hot ! !
the taste was fantastic even the rice was sublime.
Looking foward to trying some of the other dishes they have 4/5 :-)
Matthew, about 5 years
"Jewel Of The Park"
The name of the most wonderful restaurant with famous indian cuisine...I love the food because of its extremely aromatic taste and smell...Its also fast in service..and wow!!! the taste is.......wow!!
Annabelle, about 5 years
The butter chicken was amazing!
I had such a lovely time - The service was great and so was the food. Especially the butter chicken and onion baji!
Pia, about 5 years