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Time Out Says
Venture slightly off the beaten track in Al Barsha to discover this surprisingly good Indian restaurant in the Ramada Chelsea. Upon first impressions, though, you might have second thoughts. A lack of diners means the atmosphere is often lacking, and the stage often sits empty. But when it comes to the food, you’ll be able to put the less than inspiring setting to one side. Simple popadoms come with a lovely papaya chutney, and the tangy, gingery okra is a delightful starter. But save space for the juicy lamb chops, which are put through the tandoor oven on massive skewers and served piping hot to the table – you won’t regret ordering them. If seafood is more your thing, check out the jumbo prawns marinated in cheese and yoghurt or the fish tikka. Further exploration of the menu will reveal choices for vegetarians, too, including aloo gobi potatoes with cauliflower and the creamy dahl tadka with cumin, all perfect to be soaked up with a variety of breads.
By Time Out Dubai Staff | 18 Jul 2016
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