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Top 10 Indian Restaurants In Dubai!

Isn’t it a boon already to get to find Indian restaurants in Dubai?! Well, there’s a plethora of amazing restaurants in Dubai which are oozing with Indian spices, flavors, and authenticity. Doesn’t matter if you’re a vegetarian or non-vegetarian, you’d find your pick quite easily! This ‘city of gold’ serving desi food is rather overwhelming!

So, the next time you visit Dubai, you won’t miss home food!

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Top 10 Indian Restaurants in Dubai

You’d easily find these scrumptious Indian restaurants in Dubai the next time you visit. Until then, scroll through, know more!

1. Basanti & Co., Bluewaters Island, Dubai

This special place is nestled on Bluewaters Island, Dubai. This is one of the best Indian restaurants in Dubai, thanks to the soul-stirring view of the JBR. Mumbai residents would find it familiar as they have a branch in Mumbai as well. Gobble on delicious north-Indian cuisines and top it up with smooth drinks from their exquisite bars!

Things to try for sure- Crispy Puri Chaat, Old Delhi Dahi Kachori, Butter Chicken, Kashmiri Mutton Roganjosh, and Rasmalai.

Price for two- AED 150

2. Patiala, Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai

This stupendous restaurant was started by the very famous chef- Chef Kunal Kapur. The restaurant abounds in Indian flavors, quite close to home. The restaurant interestingly is named after the famous city in Punjab and offers Indian delicacies with a fancy touch to them! The decor and interiors further make you feel nostalgic. Its simplicity further makes it beautiful!

Things to try for sure: Malai Prawns, Tandoori Lamb Chops, Beetroot Shammi, Saag Paneer, and Raw Papaya & Mango Salad.

Price for two: AED 400

3. Kamat, Mankhool, Bur Dubai

This one’s much-acclaimed for being the best vegetarian restaurant in the UAE. Kamat is one of those Indian restaurants in Dubai that serves sumptuous meals from all across India, after giving it an enhanced touch! With an array of culinary delicacies to munch on, you’d surely not adjust for just a single dish to satiate your hunger!

Things to try for sure: Stuffed Mushroom, Pav Bhaji, Butter Chicken, Bisi Bele Bath, and Dal Makhani.

Price for two: AED 95

4. Bombay Brasserie, Taj Dubai

This stupendous restaurant, that is the Taj Dubai offers you a magnanimous view of the stunning Burj Khalifa. The traditional yet modern-looking interiors make it a win-win with friends and family. Their menu speaks in two languages to make you explain the dishes easily. Moreover, the exquisite drinks top up the dining experience, making it next-level leisure!

Things to try f0r sure: Basil Tikka, Malai Broccoli, Saag Meat. Butter Chicken, Lasooni Palak Paneer, and Matka Phirni.

Price for two: AED 500

5. Farzi Cafe, City Walk, Al Safa

This is undoubtedly one of the best Indian restaurants in Dubai. Not to mention that Farzi Cafe is known for its innovative streak. The fact that they give surprising twists to traditional Indian dishes is in itself a thing to cherish! Seemingly, they also provide you with their own astonishing dishes with, of course, modern twists which are again sure to take you by surprise!

Things to try for sure: Tempura Fried Prawns, Dal Chawal Arancini, Wild Mushroom Risotto, and Ras Malai Tres Leches.

Price for two: AED 200

6. Rajdhani Street, Cluster I, Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT)

Rajdhani, located in Jumeirah Lake Towers, is a simple place to gobble on a plethora of dishes that are rather inspired by the famous streets of India. Stop for a quick bite in here and relax with family or friends. This is also an affordable restaurant for all the budget-travelers out there. The amazing taste lingers on your mouth for much longer. Therefore, go in for a desi tadka, which will surely remind you of street chaat-pakodis and roadside dhabas!

Things to try for sure: Jalebi Fafda, Dal Bati, Dahi Papdi Chaat, and Mumbai Masala Sandwich.

Price for two: AED 100

7. Gazebo, Business Bay, Burj Khalifa Area

‘Gazebo’ is one of the best fine dining Indian restaurants in Dubai. It’s much-acclaimed for providing you with delectable quick food along with astounding ambiance and cost-effective rates. Their extensive menu serves North Indian, Indian, Mughlai cuisine, and a variety of other dishes prepared by professional chefs!

Things to try for sure: Murgh Hyderabadi Biryani, Mutton Kebabs, Kadai Paneer, Dal-e-Khaas, and Angoori Rabdi.

Price for two: AED 135

8. Tresind, VOCO Hotel

This amazing Indian restaurant in Dubai is much acclaimed for its experimental culinary techniques with Indian cuisine. They serve Indian dishes with modern texture and exquisite taste and presentation. This restaurant is also about the entire experience, including the amazing ambiance and service!

Things to try for sure: Chettinad Chicken Curry with Thai Black Rice Appam, Avocado Galouti Kebab, Wild Mushroom Chai, and Elaneer Payasam.

Price for two: AED 400

9. Ananta, The Oberoi, Dubai

This lavish North Indian restaurant is based at The Oberoi Hotel that has been awarded “Best Indian Restaurant – Fine Dining” in the Middle East. The restaurant serves you an array of exotic Indian dishes using authentic ingredients. The place further espouses age-old traditions in its cooking techniques and gives nothing but the absolute best to its customers!

Things to have for sure: Pista Qorma Gosht, Lamb Momos, and Green Cardamom Apple Jalebi.

Price for two: AED 450

10. MTR- 1924, Al Karama, Dubai

MTR is a renowned Indian restaurant in Dubai that is famous for bringing forth exquisite dishes from South India. They believe in using only indigenous ingredients that are flown in from the farms of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh hand-picked by local farmers. Not to mention the infamous ‘Filter Coffee’ that this restaurant is a fan of too!

Things to have for sure: Curd Rice, Mangalore Bun, and Benne Dosa.

Price for two: AED 70

So, which one was your favorite?

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