Luxury Indian food in Bur Dubai 40 Reviews
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2008
Booking at this restaurant is essential at the weekend, as there’s rarely an empty table, and you only have to eat here to realise why. The environment is a relaxed, dark wood affair with lots of candles and a stage for a traditional Indian band, the service is impeccable and you always receive a warm welcome. Make sure you order both starters and mains, as the food is too good to only indulge in one course.
The tandoori jhinga is a dish of succulent tiger prawns, and even the onion bhaji are impressive. You’ll be equally wowed with the main courses, with the masala chicken a safe bet for those after something mild.
Other worthy mentions include the dahl makhni, which is thick and buttery, and the okra is of a soft texture.
We also recommend you wind down with pistachio and saffron kulfi – a sophisticated play on the traditional version. Aangan continues to impress, with delicious modern Indian food, and will leave you making a mental note to come back for more.
Time Out Dubai,
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