|Location:||One&Only Royal Mirage - Jumeirah|
|Tel:||04 399 9999|
|Travel:||King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street|
|Cuisine:||Indian, International, Vegetarian|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Outdoor seating, Romantic, Smoking permitted|
|Times:||Open Mon-Sat 7pm-11pm|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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Nandakumar Dec 19, 2012 07:13 pm
I had a Business dinner with some of my colleagues from Malaysia and I started off at the 'roof top' bar and that was nice. Later I came down to Nina for dinner and the ambience I have to say was really nice. What happened after that was something I wouldn't want to remember and experience hereafter...the service staff seemed to be extremely busy - I still don't know for what - be coz there were hardly 3 tables being served..then when we managed to order there came a Beef dish extremely Salty..we had ordered 2 portions and had to return it as it was 'unbeatable' !! The other curries also lacked any flavor and it was obvious that the staff also was not really bothered with the whole affair !! Anyway just wanted to leave the place ASAP to NEVER RETURN...Sorry to write this..but the experience was really really bad...
K. Collins Apr 27, 2011 12:00 pm
went here last saturday and i'm sorry to say it was a huge disappointment. we opted for the tasting main course....none of the dishes had any real flavour and we both felt it tasted more like a lame takeaway than 5 star fare. the place has definitely gone downhill since the last time i visited about a year ago which is a shame as the restaurant itself in terms of decor is stunning. the waiter did say the chef had changed...perhaps this is the reason. i'd be very slow to return. indego in grovesnor house is a much better option in terms of indian.
Anto Chang May 30, 2010 01:14 pm
the food has deteriorated since the last time we had a meal here. small details are missing as we were served food in a chipped plate.
Sara May 27, 2010 09:27 pm
Atmosphere is still good but service was appalling; attention to detail was definetly non existent. The waiter kept insisting on selling a fixed menu as opposed to letting us venture into a la carte, which i found very strange.
Jean Pierre Feb 19, 2010 08:37 pm
Best Place for good Indian food for a modern palate.
If Michelin comes to Dubai, this is going to be on their list for sure.