The decor in India Palace is very traditional and ornate (after all it’s supposed to replicate an Indian palace). There’s live music too, with sitar players strumming along quite loudly at times while you eat. There’s often a buffet menu available, which is reasonably priced and has plenty of variety. You can feast on salads, rice and various sides, including pakoras, sheek kebabs and tandoori fish pieces. The selection of curries is impressive and everything tastes fresh and tasty. Breads and drinks (lassi, juice, water, etc) are also included in the price. For Dhs75 it’s a bargain, and will leave you satisfied and full. India Palace does its job perfectly.