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  • Rangmahal

    Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar, JW Marriott Marquis Dubai

    Rang Mahal, which literally translates to Palace of Colours, is inspired by traditional North Indian architecture, and as such, boasts high ceilings, oversized pillars with traditional temple-style engravings, and a giant Rajasthani Madhubani painting across one wall...

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  • Claypot

    Dinner review: Claypot, Citymax, Kuwait Rd

    Dubai is certainly not lacking in high-end Indian restaurants pushing the boundaries of molecular gastronomy. The city however, is perhaps left wanting when it comes to relaxed, old-fashioned curry houses serving up wholesome delicious food. This is where Claypot steps in...

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    Dinner review: Carnival by Tresind

    Like its sister restaurant, Tresind, this recently opened Indian eatery is no ordinary curry house. And, while Carnival by Tresind follows suit in its molecular, Alinea-style ways, it differs completely from Tresind in a very fun, jovial way...

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    Dinner review: Amala, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

    This Indian restaurant is based in the palatial Jumeirah Zabeel Saray hotel on Palm Jumeirah. Although Amala is largely focused on North Indian cuisine (particularly Mughali with plenty of Ottoman flavours), it also has a Malabar set menu, for those who prefer southern Goan-style dishes.

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