First Look: Masala Bazaar opens its doors at Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai

New Indian restaurant pays tribute to four regions of India to Bur Dubai

First Look: Masala Bazaar opens its doors at Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai
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Another little slice of India has made its way to Dubai, and if you’re craving fresh grub from all corners of the country, you’ll want to head Bur Dubai.

New Indian restaurant Masala Bazaar has opened its doors, and with it comes dishes from north to south and east to west.

The new fully-licensed venue at the Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai in Bur Dubai aims to be "an ode to the rich flavours of India, bringing traditional flavours from four regions with a contemporary twist".

Highlights on the menu include murgh malai kofta from the north-west, with chicken dumplings slow-cooked in a buttery sauce, along with the chingri malai curry from the north-east, boasting prawns cooked in a coconut and mustard sauce.

There’s also the teen mirch murgh, a spicy chicken dish from the southwest, while the restaurant's signature hyderabad mutton chop from the south-east with smoked lamb chops marinated in a onion masala.

Classics include a variety of biryanis and kababs such as the hariyali murgh biryani, a biryani served with spinach, coriander and green chili, along with the tangdi kabab, with chicken drumsticks marinated with spices and yoghurt.

As for the restaurant itself, foodies can expect interiors designed to represent the royal colours of the country, along with lanterns to bring that dimly lit ambiance and highlighting colourful murals on the walls.

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Open daily 7am-10.30am, 12.30pm-3.30pm, 7pm-midnight. Masala Bazaar, Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai, Bur Dubai www.parkregiskriskin.ae (04 377 1111).

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