Curry Culture is a casual dining Indian restaurant located in the outdoor restaurant area in Ibn Battuta Mall. It is quite spacious with outdoor and indoor seating areas and serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. A few days back, I tried their newly introduced thali for lunch and I must say I was pretty impressed.
Dabang Kathi & Curry is the latest addition to the Indian restaurant scene in Dubai. Having opened its doors just this year, it is located within the food court in Dubai Marina Mall and serves a limited menu consisting of veg. and non-veg. dishes with quirky Bollywood-inspired names. The outlet is decorated with back-lit posters
The word ‘thali’ actually means a round plate. It also refers to an Indian-style meal made up of various vegetarian or non-vegetarian dishes served on a platter. Pure vegetarian thalis are not much revered by meat eaters as they are deemed boring. But I would suggest them to try the pure vegetarian thali at Rajdhani
Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, you’ll absolutely love this little vegetarian outlet in the heart of Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT). They also have another branch at Oud Maitha. This is the only restaurant in Dubai that serves authentic Marwadi/Marwari cuisine, i.e. food from the Indian state of Rajasthan. Located in Cluster R, they have
Grand Barbecue Restaurant serves Indian and Pan Asian cuisine in an unlimited buffet for lunch and dinner with a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Recently, they introduced a live grill concept which happens right on your table and is part of their buffet. The buffet is priced at AED 55/-, weekday and weekend
Barbecue Delights is renowned for serving scrumptious dishes from the southern part of Asia mainly northern India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. They have around 7 outlets here in the U.A.E. and have some prestigious awards previously such the What’s On Award and the BBC Good Food Awards ME. I visited their branch located in Ibn Battuta