About this Business
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:30 PM
It was tough to find, but it's in the Scottsdale mall behind AZ88. Take Scottsdale Rd. to 2nd Street East, to Wells Fargo North, park in the garage, then walk right next door to the mall. It's on the opposite side of the mall on the first floor, Suite 100.
Lamb saag outstanding and the garlic Naan was piping hot and deicious! Vegetable Koma also very good
Dinner for two deal is a good option and value
Good location. Good ambiance. Food bit expensive, for the price it could have been little better than average Indian restaurants. Indian restaurants in general has to improve their food quality not just concentrating on profits. So far my experience with Indian restaurants in the valley is not great except for Tandoori Times, though the price is less than or equal to this place, the quality is unbeatable. If you crave of 'original briyani' have a to-go at Bawarchi.
Everything thing was great!! And good was delicious!!!
Beautiful people and the best food I have ate in a Long time.
Sit back and enjoy. Entrees are large enough to share. The food was really good.
Go for the Garlic Naan and Raita. Delish!
From Our Editors
Inside Jewel of the Crown, turret-shaped wall alcoves form the shape of a honeycomb, filled with backlit statues of Indian deities. Wood accordion partitions are carved with vines and budding flowers. Since 1986, these decorative touches and the restaurant's traditional Indian dishes have attracted celebrity diners such as Kim Basinger and The Rolling Stones.
In the light of large glowing chandeliers, thick curries and yogurt-marinated kormas gleam on tables next to tandoori dishes of lamb, fish, and chicken. After sopping up the last of a vegetarian chana masala, guests can head out to the outdoor patio for a glass of wine, or peruse Jewel of the Crown's hanging tapestries, which display classical scenes of embroidered farmers playing paintball in the fields.
Jewel of the Crown