Indian & Pakistani
Time Out Says
Once you make your way inside (tip: there’s a buzzer next to the door) you’ll find Sai Dham is a quaint little restaurant, with minimal but cosy decor. Once the staff have got over their surprise that you’re there, they’ll help you decide what to eat – but try the thali, it’s what most people are there for. Sai Dham is a vegetarian restaurant specialising in Saatvik Bhojan, a pure form of cooking that does without onions, garlic, too many spices and oil (they bring negative energy, apparently). While that might sound like the food will be bland, it’s anything but. For Dhs35 you’ll get breads and rice as well as seven small pots of different curries; the dahl and paneer curry are the pick of the bunch. If you’re in Oud Metha, give it a try for something completely different.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 27 Apr 2015
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