Upmarket Mughlai all-you-can-eat experience 6 Reviews
Amala’s vegetarian menu
Unlimited ordering from Indian main menu Dhs285, and a chance to try Indian vegetarian food Dhs195 per person on Friday and Saturday Timings: 6pm-1am (Tuesday)
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Like other restaurants at Zabeel Saray, Amala oozes class and while it doesn’t scream ‘Indian’ the moment you walk in, the decor has a more subtle, refined take on it all, done up in a way that doesn’t border on pretentious. You’ll find hungry guests from all over – Asians, Arabs, English, American and yes, Indian too.
Imagine trying to satisfy expectations of such a diverse clientele? But Amala breezes by with a little help from some of the friendliest staff you’ll ever encounter and a set menu that offers great value for money. You can choose your own starters, mains and desserts (and have as much of it as you’d like) for under Dhs250 – more than reasonable for a restaurant of this stature. Keep in mind that Amala specialises in Mughlai cuisine where dishes can range anywhere from pansy mild to fiery hot, and while the cuisine isn’t exactly cutting-edge, there’s a good variety on offer and, if you’re stuck, recommendations from the waiters won’t let you down. If therewas decent music or entertainment, then Amala really would be good enough for a Mughal emperor.
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