Ramee Royal Hotel
Relative newcomer to the crowded Indian scene
Time Out Says
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2009After some tut tutting about the missing apostrophe, Time Out found it hard to rustle up another bad word to say about this Indian joint.
The service is fast and friendly, and you can enjoy a pretty decent feast, despite the loud, jarring live music drowning out any hope of conversation. Nonetheless, the food includes a good stock of seafood in dishes like the prawn-heavy aatish-e-jhinga and the haryali machli tikka. If you can forgive the punctuation mishaps, you’re in for a decent meal. But bring some earplugs for the music.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 19 Mar 2009
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