Top 10 Indian Food Joints in Dubai

Dubai is full of magnificence and glory. While Britain has a fine tradition of Indian cuisine, the good news is that it is also widely popular in Dubai. So, for all you Indians traveling to Dubai for a vacation, Indian food would not be far away. It does not matter if you are a vegetarian looking for tasty Indian flavors or a non-vegetarian willing to have an Indian chicken preparation. Dubai will offer you a tasty gastronomic experience and has something for everybody. 

You don’t need to hunt for Indian restaurants in Dubai because we got you covered. In this blog, we provide you with all the details about the best Indian restaurants in Dubai.

Indego

This is one of the top-notch restaurants in Dubai and was opened by the renowned Indian chef Vineet Bhatia. You get some of the best Indian dishes here prepared with authentic spices and ingredients. Each dish is exclusively Indian here and very photogenic too. The décor of the place deserves some praise as well since that too is thoroughly Indian. The walls are adorned with paintings of Indian deities, framed juttis (Yes!) and genda phool here and there.

Cost for two: AED 650 (approx.)

Working hours: 7:00 pm to 12:00 am (Every day)

Must-try dish: Kabab Platter, Butter Chicken, Biryani

Address: Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina

Rang Mahal

Rank Mahal is a colorful place to enjoy your meal. It has a classy and exceptional ambiance besides serving delicious food. It is situated in the JW Marriot Hotel and is run by an award-winning celebrity chef who has a Michelin star and published many cookbooks. His expertise is reflected in the fine delicacies and beautiful ambiance of the restaurant.

Cost for two: AED 455

Working hours: 6:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Must-try dish: Keema Toast, Soft Shell Crab, Fish Fry

Address: JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Business Bay

Gharana

As the name suggests, Gharana is all about royalty and heritage. It is located in a luxury hotel named Holiday Inn and instantly gives you a royal vibe. It offers excellent gastronomical experience and leaves you wanting for more. Besides the amazing food, the décor of this place will have you awestruck. The interiors of the restaurant are very Indian and keep the rich tradition and culture alive. The background music is Indian too and the staff is very polite. 

Cost for two: AED 275

Working hours: 6:00 pm to 1:00 am (Thurs and Fri), 6:00 pm to 11:30 pm (Rest of the days)

Must-try dish: Chicken Biryani, Litchi Rabdi, Nihari Al Subha

Address: Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Dubai

Antique Bazaar

Antique Bazaar will provide you a grand feel as soon as you enter. It has an old rustic vintage vibe to it that justifies the name. You will be immediately transferred to the era of Maharajas. You will find a wide array of Indian dishes to order from. All these dishes have been inspired by the era of royalty which makes this restaurant a complete food paradise.

Cost for two: AED 240

Working hours: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm to 2:30 am (every day)

Must-try dish: Gosht Angar, Machli Amritsari, Kabuli Chaat

Address: Khalid Bin Al Waleed Road, Bur Dubai

Armani Amal

If you are looking for Indian vegetarian restaurants in Dubai, then this is your take. It serves very authentic flavors, for both vegetarians and meat lovers. The menu is crafted to suit everybody's taste palette. A striking point is that this place has been designed by Armani interiors! The glass walls provide amazing views to enjoy your sumptuous meal with. The classical music and the stunning skyline views form the cherry on top.

Cost for two: AED 530

Working hours: 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm (daily)

Must-try dish: Goan Fish Curry, Biryani, Basil Naan and Chilli Cheese

Address: Armani Hotel Dubai, Downtown Dubai

Rangoli Restaurant

This is one of the few Indian vegetarian restaurants in Dubai that bring out the real Indian flavors. If you are craving authentic Indian home-cooked food, then you should head here. They specialize in Gujarati cuisine despite having all other Indian cuisines on the menu. The staff is very friendly and the décor is simple which makes it a staple among tourists and locals.

Cost for two: AED 85

Working hours: 8:30 am to 11:30 pm

Must-try dish: Chaat, Gujarati Thali

Address: Meena Bazaar, Cosmos Lane, Bur Dubai

 

Aryaas

This is the most famous and most sought after South Indian restaurants in Dubai. You get a unique blend of Indian food and modern Western styles. The sumptuous South Indian dishes pull people towards this place and keeps them coming back. A famous dish is the 5-feet long Dosa served here. This is for all those foodies who just can’t get enough of Dosa. Sit in the desi ambiance and enjoy the classy food here.

Cost for two: AED 70

Working hours: 7:00 am to 11:30 pm (every day)

Must-try dish: Idli, Dosa, South Indian thali

Address: Shop No. 2, Ground Floor, The Business Centre, Khalid Bin al Waheed Road, Bur Dubai

Raju Omelette Restaurant

Are you an eggetarian? If yes, then this restaurant is definitely made for you. This place is all about eggs. The utter simplicity of the restaurant makes it stand out. There are some branches of this food joint as well which serve Indian dishes in a quirky way. The menu includes a wide range of omelets, scrambled eggs and of course, Chai. This is the perfect spot to have breakfast.

Cost for two: AED 70 approx.

Working hours: 8:00 am to 11:30 pm

Must-try dish: Eggs Kejriwal, Omelettes, Egg Curry, chai

Address: Mubarak Building, close to Park Regis Hotel, Al Karama, Dubai

Bombay Chowpatty

This is one of the most famous Indian restaurants in Dubai. They have a total of 18 outlets as of now in Dubai and are still expanding. The dishes of this restaurant reach a new culinary brilliance. They have convenient and tasty Indian food which will leave you asking for more.

Cost for two: AED 70

Working hours: 9:30 am to 12:00 am

Must-try dish: Masala Chai, Dosa, Chicken Curry, Bhel Puri

Address: Karama, opposite Burjuman Centre, Dubai

Maharaja Bhog

This is a must-visit if you want to find the culinary Indian roots in Dubai. They are known for their Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine which is rare to find in Indian vegetarian restaurants in Dubai. You will find a wide range of curries, Indian bread, dals with dahi and achar here.

Cost for two: AED 90

Working hours: 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm (every day)

Must-try dish: Rajasthani Thali

Address: Hamsah Mall, Beside Ansar Gallery, Al Karama, Dubai

 



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