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Sitting in the price bracket between the city’s high-end hotel offerings and back street eateries, India Palace is a good mid-range option. It has all the feel of an upmarket Indian restaurant, but the bill won’t give you quite as much of a shock as many other similar restaurants in the city. The menu is mix of the more popular 'high street' curries and some less recognisable (to westerners) traditional dishes. Make sure to try both, there is also a good range of dishes for vegetarians. The murgh lababdar is an outstanding dish, closely followed by the vegetarian kadai gobi.

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  • Location: Al Zahiyah, Abu Dhabi
  • Tel: 02 644 8777
  • Travel: Al Salam Street
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  • Users voted this restaurant most suitable for: Family friendly

User reviews:

Posted by: Ebrahim on 19 Dec ' 14 at 12:25
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? No

Very bad service ...from Manager to servers.. no body knows how to treat the customer!!
Overpriced items with below average food

Posted by: J Knox on 08 Apr ' 10 at 14:41
  • Best for: Family friendly
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

Great Food! Great Service! Excellent and fairly priced!

Posted by: John Hart on 16 Feb ' 10 at 11:36
  • Best for: Business lunch
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

I am a Tandoori fanatic and have been enjoying ithis delecacy in the Uk for many years. Indian Food is now number one in UK. The food in this restaurant is the best I have tasted. The spices are great and all the food fresh. Some of the spices I have not tasted before. You will not be dissapointed.

Posted by: Tom on 03 Feb ' 10 at 16:14
  • Best for: Romantic
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

I explored some new dishes here and wished I'd hadn't. To start, I ordered a cumin and mint beverage, which would have been fine if they hadn't topped it off with handful of salty fried rice snacks. Gross and weird. A spinach-based dishes looked food-colored and was too soupy and a peppercorn-and-cashew lamb dish was just too abrasive and unbalanced. The bread was great. I think I might look around for other places to try, because this place seems to be more about the fanfare than the quality of the food.

Posted by: Saurabh on 30 Apr ' 09 at 08:58
  • Best for: Family friendly
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

We were here to celebrate our 5 Anniversary, accompanied by our family friends. These guys are very child friendly. They gave Dolls to my 2.5 Yr old daughter and 1.5 Yr son and took good care of them n playing with them while we were dinning in one of those upstairs booths. Me being from Houston, USA, I loved the finger-bowl n elite service.

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