Five of the best Indian restaurants in Dubai
Want to know the best curry place in this city? BBC Good Food Middle East has compiled five of the best Indian restaurants in Dubai… Looking forward to one…
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Best for…food on a budget
This traditional Indian restaurant is hidden in the Citymax Hotel near Al Karama. Look forward to a laid-back atmosphere, reasonably priced drinks and food, and a menu full of traditional hearty curries, tandoor, and freshly made naan. To read Claypot’s review, click here.
The two dine for about Dh200 and do not drink alcohol. Claypot, Citymax Hotel, Kuwait Road, Al Mankhool, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For more information, click here.
Best for… friends or family members who are visiting
Junoon is based on the Mugla cuisine of North India and is a good place to take guests around Dubai. From food and service to decor and delightful open kitchens, everything shows some of the best aspects of urban dining. To read reviews about Junoon, click here.
Approximately 500 dirhams Two people who do not drink have a meal. Junoon on the second floor of Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE. For more information, please click here.
Best for…Friday brunch
London mint leaves
London’s Mint Leaf Brunch serves an à la carte menu and is a popular resting place for many buffet-style Friday brunches in London. The restaurant is located on the stylish 15th floor with panoramic city views. To read the review of London mint leaves, click here.
Every Friday from 1pm to 5pm, 295 dirhams (including homemade beverages) and 435 dirhams (including sparkling wine). London mint leaves, South Tower, UAE Financial Tower, DIFC, Dubai, UAE. For more information, please click here.
Best for…exquisite dining experience
Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar
This high-end Indian restaurant in Business Bay is owned by Atul Kochhar, the world’s first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star. The restaurant is designed based on the 18th century Indian palace and provides a great gastronomic experience. To read Rang Mahal’s review, click here.
About 800 dirhams, the two do not drink. Rang Mahal, Dubai Marquis JW Marriott Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay, Dubai, UAE fourth floor. Phone: (+971) 4 4143000. For more information, click here.
Best for…Try molecular gastronomy
In order to best showcase the molecular cuisine offered, please try the restaurant’s nine-course tasting menu. Expect a lot of drama performances, some courses are cooked and served at your table. To read Tresind’s review, click here.
Nine-course chef’s tasting menu: AED 350 (vegetarian), AED 365 (meat), AED 565, with grapes. Tresind, 2nd floor, Nassima Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, DWTC District, Dubai, UAE. For more information, please click here.