From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2009Part-restaurant/part-nightclub isn’t a claim that many Indian restaurants can make in this city – and we’re not entirely sure why they would want to.
But an evening here can be one of two halves; staff will try to entice you with a small but very wallet-friendly buffet of Indian food from 7pm-11.30pm (that’s ‘Dine’ time, according to the signage, while 11.30pm ’til late is all about ‘Dance’… and karaoke. Scrolling electronic message boards flash up details of the themed nights (what’s Wednesday’s ‘Traffic’ night all about, we wonder?) while old Bollywood films play on a huge plasma screen, with the accompanying music crackling away.
Each table has a built-in grill, and if you opt for the buffet this will be loaded up with a selection of spiced meat and vegetable kebabs – definitely the highlight. After that, you can peruse the buffet – avoid the soups and salads, and instead go straight for the spicy curries, dahls and selection of Indian desserts. At just Dhs69 a head, we’re definitely not complaining.