Aangan: This restaurant is a firm favourite amongst Time Out staff and one that attracts diners to Bur Dubai from all parts of town. Although the restaurant can be quiet mid-week, hidden away within the Dhow Palace hotel, the quality of the food keeps us coming back. Chicken dishes are tender and not too stringy, possibly the tenderest we’ve tasted here, and lamb just falls off the bone. Extra points should go to their duck curry, which is one we still rave about months later. Heavy decor and ultra polite staff means this isn’t a happening joint but as you’re in Bur Dubai, you’re surrounded by places to move on to should you not feel too overstuffed – a common problem when eating curry. However, at Aangan always leave full, satiated, and satisfied. Quite a few people know this was little gem so if you’re planning on going at the weekend, book a table. Well worth the trip. Call 04 359 9992 for more information.
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Indian Food May 26, 2012 08:16 am
what a great and nice hotel.......
Indian Food May 25, 2012 02:57 pm
very nice and interesting.......
Amjad Apr 28, 2012 10:41 pm
Aangan: had dinner there yesterday;doesn't deserve the hype.
Arjun Oct 05, 2011 12:03 pm
Timeout seems to have decided to add "Kebab" to the names of Khazana (No.9) and Manvaar (No.10) for some reason.
Aditya Sep 14, 2011 12:46 pm
Is this guy straight off a boat from england or what? What in the name of god is a 'curry house'!!. Its like calling any english/American restaurant a bacon/cheese corner. If you do not know about real indian food, and dont know how to enjoy it, and all you can order is couple of varieties of kebab and chicken curry, then please refrain from writing articles about our exquisite quisine as though you know something. This is by no means a collection of the best food, its just some expensive ones,most of which are'nt as gud, when you consider the charges. If you want real indianfood at amazingly reasonable prices,some options to check out are -'Tandoori', in Ibn batuta mall, or 'Antique bazaar' in 4 point sheraton, or Dhaba in Dubai grand hotel. It will be a public service, if you dont write any more articles on indian cuisine!