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Jamun, Where Regional Indian Food Makes You Feel Right at Home

Adding to the charm of Delhi’s Lodhi Colony, which is always a delight to visit, is a gorgeous new restaurant offering home-style regional Indian food. From the people behind PCO, ATM, Ping’s Cafe Orient and PDA comes this new casual dining restaurant and bar called Jamun. The intention of Jamun is to transport you back to your childhood days and make you savour flavours that you would have grown up eating with your family.


The stylish interiors at Jamun; Image credit: Jamun

Stylishly done-up in peppy shades of purple and pink, and goblet-like lamps to light up the space, the interiors reflect how little touches can spruce things up miraculously. The menu is extensive, including a mix of forgotten recipes and popular dishes from all corners of the Indian subcontinent. You can expect Malabar Tenderloin Pepper Fry, Shikampuri Kebab, Bharwan Gucchi, Bhetki Paturi, Andaman Rock Lobster, Chicken Cafreal, Laal Maas, Malwani Fish Thali, Assamese Pork Curry, Thepla and so many more regional delicacies.

Lamb Seekh Kebab

Lamb Seekh Kebabs; Image credit: Jamun


The Thali; Image credit: Jamun

The bar menu is intriguing with regional Indian ingredients being used to shake up exciting cocktails such as the Drunken Panna, Jamun Old Fashioned, Maid in India, Kokum Daiquiri and Tamarind Margarita to name a few.  The non-alcoholic beverage boasts of nostalgic Indian favourites, while the cocktail list is a toast to classic cocktails, reimagined with signature twists. With a focus on freshness and ‘farm-to-table’ philosophy, Jamun’s food and beverage menu is about authenticity, with a slight accent of style.

Jamun Old Fashion

Jamun Old Fashioned; Image Credit: Jamun

In order to further elevate the food and beverage experience, an additional key feature of the restaurant is a retail space, with organic and artisanal small-batch produce and products that reflect the diversity and soul of India.

Where: Jamun, 17, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi

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Plavaneeta Borah is a lifestyle journalist, having worked with various media houses in India such as NDTV, BBC Good Food, Times of India and Femina among others for almost a decade. Cooking is her passion, and feeding people is her favourite pastime, apart from perpetually planning her next travel destination.

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