Time Out Says
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011Dining at restaurants serving a limited menu can go topsy-turvy if their signature dishes are a disaster. But leave at home such fears here. Though the place serves à la carte, choose between a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian ‘set’ menu and then sit back as the amiable staff serves you a steady stream of assorted fish, chicken, lamb or vegetarian kebabs, straight from the clay oven.
Each preparation was distinct in its colour, texture and ingredients. Some items in the set-menu change every week, but the real pièce de résistance, the lamb galouti kebabs, are served everyday. Vegetarians can try the achaari paneer or the yogurt-based dahi ke kebab. Open only in the evenings, The Kebab Connection seems a popular choice among families, youngsters and professionals after work-savouring the strains of live semi-classical music amid the modest settings of red brick walls, industrial lights and caned-back chairs.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 28 Mar 2011
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