Time Out Says
One of Abu Dhabi’s most popular Indian restaurants was closed for a couple of months for some renovation work recently, but the good news is the service and food are still of the high standard it was before. Expect excellent service, with a hostess who greets you at the front door and takes you to your seat. The waiters are friendly and knowledgeable and will even talk in detail about all the ingredients in the dishes on the menu. So what should you eat? The kadahi jinga is a prawn main course in a spicy sauce that is thick and flavoursome. It might be a bit too hot for some though – our request for it to be medium-spiced fell on deaf ears (we can’t imagine how powerful their hot curries must be). The aloo chana chaat is fresh with an abundance of chick peas, although the tandoori chicken could be a little bit more moist. The jalfrezi is drier than expected, but bursting with flavours, and some peas thrown in make for a pleasant surprise. It’s one of the best we’ve tried in the city.
By Time Out staff | 01 Nov 2012
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