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Given Abu Dhabi’s abundance of excellent, downmarket Indian restaurants, the city’s high-end sub=-continental offerings run into a lot of stick. They’re rarely authentic, say the detractors; superficial; not worth the money. These people have obviously never been to Angar. Though the menu does sport the odd crowd-pleasing favourite (yes, butter chicken fans, your addiction is catered for), those willing to experiment will find there’s far more creative fare to be had - most of it grilled and delicately spiced, rather than smothered in rich, sloppy sauce. Whatever you go for, though, don’t miss out on a side of naan bread. Thick, fluffy and free from the greasy slick you’ll find practically everywhere else, we’d confidently call it the best in town. The dining room isn’t the cosiest place to sit and eat, retaining the same sterile futurism as The Yas Hotel’s other restaurants, but between the colourful decor, exceptionally friendly staff and excellent food, Angar has enough going for it to warrant an immediate visit.
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