Ashiana: Consistently rated as one of the best Indian restaurants in the city, a meal at this hidden gem at the Sheraton Dubai Creek won't disappoint. A pile of crispy popadoms will appear the moment you sit down with incredibly moreish mango chutney. Being able to order a pint of Indian hops is a welcome novelty. Starters of masala chicken and paneer are frankly enormous and one plate could have easily served two people. The menu, although not hugely extensive, offers dishes more complicated than the butter chicken which again arrived in a suitable amount of time after you've tackled as much of the starter as possible. Fluffy, independent grains of rice mix easily with the thick, rich sauces, and mopping up the leftovers with yummy garlic naan is an indulgent must. The naans are crisp, greasy and then soft in all the right places, without being too filling. For a midweek night, Ashiana is respectably full, and the live music gives the dark wood interior a real buzz. Impeccable service tops off one of the most enjoyable curries you'll have in town. Call 04 228 1111 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!