Time Out Says
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011Oud Metha is a hub of Indo-Pakistani restaurants, with almost every establishment capable of dishing out mouthwatering curries and kebabs at astonishingly economical prices. On the flipside, this means that during rush hour, one is often dining to deadlines, with customers waiting in tow for you to finish while they scrabble for seats. Keva could be an option for those willing to splash out some cash in exchange of a trendy ambience and relaxed meal.
The cuisine is multinational and ranges from Mediterranean, Eurasian to south east Asian, with a limited number of dishes in each category. But the Indian dishes tower over the rest; in particular the ginger-heavy patiala mutton and the creamy butter chicken are sure-fire favourites. The staff was efficient, ensuring that you peacefully enjoy your food over hearty conversations or blissful solitude. But once midnight draws closer, this lounge bar transforms into a club and sobriety makes way for revellery, when the dance floor suddenly comes alive.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 28 Mar 2011
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