Culinary Jewel of India

Jamavar takes its name after the intricate and vibrant 16th century shawls of Kashmir and first opened at The Leela Palace Bengaluru in 2001. The restaurant was born from a love of the regional dishes of the Northern and Southern states and explores pan-Indian flavours from across the majestic sub-continent using a range of authentic cooking techniques.

Co-founded by Samyukta Nair with her father, Dinesh, as the first international outpost of Jamavar in London, the restaurant has brought the essence of palatial Indian dining to Mayfair with Executive Chef Surender Mohan leading the kitchen team.

The Dining Rooms

Michelin Star Indian Restaurant Mayfair

Set across two floors, Jamavar London has a total seating capacity of 108.

Taking reference from the Viceroy's house of New Delhi with delicate colonial flourishes combined with the intricate patterns and vibrant colours from the Jamavar shawls of India, the restaurant will showcase two glamourous Indian dining rooms.

With rainforest and brown emperador marbles, dark timber panelling and gilded lincrusta wallcoverings, the main dining room on the ground floor is offset with brass accents, hand-cut marquetry and a sculpted bar made up of Indian print block patterns and Lutyens inspired furniture.

Downstairs there is a further dining room, with navy leather upholstery and silvered oak accents, that draws on the ancient games of India with Chaturanga dining tables and decorative Indian Ganjifa artwork adorning the walls as well as a mirror embellished bar front in celebration of the Indian textile techniques.