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Best Indian Restaurants in Dubai

June 30, 2015

Indian restaurants in Dubai
While in a foreign land, you prepare yourself for a new experience altogether. But there is a possibility that you might not like the food . If your taste buds crave for Indian food, don’t get home sick. There are several Indian Hotels in Dubai where you can quench your cravings. Take a look at the list of Indian restaurants suggested below and you can experience a wonderful trip, not having to worry about the food.

800 Thali

Dubai Holidays

Located in Jumeirah Lake towers, this place is one stop for the best snacks. The North Indian Veg thali and the North Indian Non veg thali are scrumptious and filling. The prices are reasonable. Their desserts are authentic sweets of North India including gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa, zafrani kheer and phirni. The best part about this place is that they customise the dish as per your appetite.

Antique Bazaar

Dubai Holidays

As the name suggests, this place is a total antique framework. The brown tone hues are the highlight of the interior. It is adjacent to Four Points by Sheratob, Bur Dubai. The walls here bear the images of renowned Indian personalities. They are best known for their Hyderabadi dishes. If you are all set to be treated by the spices, Hyderabadi ghosht biryani and the ghosht nawabi are the ones you won't want to miss. But the best part is, they play soothing music right in the center of the dinning hall to give you the royal feeling. Their service is of a grand majestic style. The grandeur also calls in for an expensive bill, but it is worth every penny.


Dubai Holidays

Located at Sheraton Dubai creek, Ashiana is an Indian Restaurant by Vineet Bhatia. It has an antique feel to its interiors with wall paintings in a light shade. As the name suggests, Ashiana does translate across a homely feel with the kind of authentic Indian food that they provide. Kulfi is the highlight here for many Indian travellers. When you leave, you will burp with content. It is slightly expensive.

India Palace

Want to dine the King and Queen style? Walk into this place to find wooden carved interiors and copper table-wares all decked up to give you the Palace feel. You will be treated with lavish starters like Hara Bhara Kebabs and lasoon machli. Everything is so extravagantly prepared that it gets tough to pick one. A dish that has managed to be a highlight for a long time now is, banjara kofta in the main course. Desserts are equally royal, the very famous, saffron kulfi. As royal as it gets, so does the bill.


What more assurance do you need, if I told you Sanjeev Kapoor has one of his restaurants, The Signature in Options? If anything could make you feel closer to India while you are away, it's Sanjeev Kapoor’s authentic Indian food. The interiors will cheer you up and the food will satisfy your senses more than anything. The best thing about this place is that there is a great variety in the menu for every category. It gets even better when the local street food of India is served in a foreign land in an authentic manner. Sev-puri, pani-puri and dahi-puri is the perfect remedy for any home sickness that there is. The Malabar fish curry with plain rice is also much praised. Everything else from North-Indian food to South-Indian food is available at Options.

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