Jimmy Pickles rests minutes from the River Avon in the sprawling Worcestershire countryside. Diners can enjoy views of the surrounding area, and a mere 20 minute drive out of Worcester, it is bordered by village amenities and through roads. A spotless interior is complemented by Jimmy Pickles signature Indian dishes, which endeavour to fuse traditional choices punctuated with western and contemporary ingredients. This has resulted in offerings such as the spiced monkfish with new potato and Dover sole with aloo bhaji and lemon rice. For those who like to keep it traditional, the spicy naga chilli is at hand alongside an array of kormas and masalas. Starters include some delicate stir fries, salads and fishcakes and hold tight for a sweet end with the dessert of the day. The welcoming, authentic interior is designed in deep greens and creams and features leather seats and glass tables, giving it a clean, modern finish. Quaint arch windows break up the areas and rich lighting douses the place in a warm and friendly glow. Takeaway is also an option, with many of the traditional dishes being seen on the separate menu. With two of Birmingham's renowned chefs behind the helm, they have taken Indian, French, Italian, Oriental and Thai inspirations and brought them together to create the fusion that is Jimmy Pickles. This amalgamation of tastes promises a unique experience and caters for many different kinds of eater. This is an inviting and warm way to spend an evening in the Worcestershire countryside. Set in the tranquil surroundings of the countryside, this exquisite Indian restaurant offers a heavenly selection of delicious dishes, rich in flavour and enhanced with selected spices.