Sukh Sagar At The Beach
Moderately priced Indian food in the Jumeirah Beach Residence 13 Reviews
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2009
Venturing out for cheap Pakistani and Indian food in Jumeirah Beach Residence isn’t like heading out in Deira or Karama. JBR isn’t just at the opposite end of town – it’s right at the other end of the culinary spectrum.
That’s where Sukh Sagar comes in. There’s a long list of inexpensive southern Indian delights to sample and, unlike the backstreet diners, the setting is newer and equipped with air con.
You’ll find the menu full of curries, dahls and sweets, and the odd curry-influenced mainstream dish like pizza, sandwiches and salads. Pleasant enough are the aloo mutter tikki (lightly-fried, crushed potato with green peas and spices, served with a cooling mint dipand the chilli-cheese on toast.
The mains are slightly more impressive. The palak paneer (chunks of cottage cheese in a spicy spinach puree) is very pleasing, with a pleasant touch of chilli afterburn accompanying each mouthful. To finish off there’s a good selection of sweets to choose from, displayed in a glass cabinet.For a slightly more ramshackle but cheaper experience go to the Sukh Sagar in Bur Dubai. But if you live at the other end of town, the JBR branch will tame those curry urges.By Time Out Dubai staff
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