It's too bad because I was so pleasantly surprised when I found an Indian restaurant in Hanover and I really really wanted to like it. So the place is kind of small and not much space to move around but it has some charm. Then...More
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It has great Indian breads for sure. Other dishes fine but not great. I'd rather do takeout just getting the bread and making my own Indian dishes. Slow service when you eat in.
If desperate you can go hereabout the food is really not very good and the service is variable.Our friends thought it was better than did but were not impressed either.
I stopped coming here for a while because I had been disappointed, and then I tried them again, and was so happy...really fresh garlic naan and vegetable pakoras, and great vegetarian special platter...perfect combination, with good wine choices, and beer....I will return again, and soon....the...More
It's an oddly shaped restaurant in an old New England house. There is a main dining room, a bar, and then a dining room that looks like an old hall way, which is where we were seated. In nice weather they have outdoor seating. Parking...More
Jewel of India has a demanding name, a joke perhaps. Restaurant is located in an old wooden house and seemingly run by an elderly couple. It seems to be a prize winning place but my experience was a bit ambivalent. List of foods is long...More
The food is poor at best. And many local rumors are much worse. The serves is slow. Because it is the only Indian restaurant in Hanover it is popular. The only reason it is success is because it has no competition.
My lovely bride and I visited while in the area for a long snowboarding weekend. The only reason I give it 4 vice 5 stars is because of the smaller size and being seated near the door, we were cold every time someone came in...More
Very good food. Service is okay. You can also do take away. Mulligatawny soup is very good for colds! Lots of vegetarian options.
My husband and I went for lunch - had vegetable samosas for appetizers which were delicious followed by the special chicken tikka with spinach (a little too much spinach I thought) and chicken curry with mangoes (a bit sweet but probably to be expected because...More