Street No- 31B, Near Karama Park , Karama , Dubai, UAE

04-3796667

4 stars - based on 4 reviews

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Al Raha Bldg, Damascus Rd , Qusais , Dubai, UAE

04-2809911
050-5151918

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Abubaker Al Siddiq St, Al Rayan Hotel Building , Al Nakheel , Ajman, UAE

06-7457676

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Opp. Sun & Sand Sports , Hamdan Street , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-6718488

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Zee TV Tower, Opposite DMC Bldg 9, Next to BBC , Media City , Dubai, UAE

04-4508105

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Shop 7, Oud Metha Bldg, Behind Lamcy Plaza , Oud Metha , Lamcy Plaza , Dubai, UAE

04-3578773

3 stars - based on 1 reviews

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Salim Bin Omer Street , Abu Shagara , Behind Emax , Sharjah, UAE

06-5538106

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Damac Executive Heights Tower , TECOM , Dubai, UAE

044527779
0555894840

5 stars - based on 4 reviews

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Near NBAD, New Airport Road , Mushrif , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-4431848
050-5428523

0 stars - based on 0 reviews

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Opp Marcopolo Hotel, Muteena Rd , Deira , Dubai, UAE

04-2730733

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Indian Restaurants

India is one of the many countries that is renowned for its diversity in all aspects of life, and the Indian cuisine stands proud testament to the same. The Indian cuisine is a collective whole of a potpourri of the regional cuisines, of which each one dates back quite a few thousand years and thus offers great insight into the immortal nature of the dishes which is no wonder, owing to the fact that each dish has its own manner of tickling the taste buds in a unique way. The signature Indian dish consists of a diverse range of spices and herbs, and vegetables and fruits. In the Indian cuisine vegetarianism plays a significant part and thus the cuisine has an extensive range of vegetarian dishes and ingredients of a similar kind. The Indian cuisine is quite diverse and the recipes and the dishes vary from one region to another and each region in India has its own significant contribution of dishes to form the ethnically diverse whole that is the Indian cuisine. The shaping of the dishes in the Indian cuisine has had a major amount of influence from the Hindu beliefs and the many cultures that are predominant in the subcontinent. This has greatly influenced the development and the evolution of the cuisine. When it comes to the Indian sub-continent, there is a large amount of cultural interactions and the intermingling of cultures which has resulted in the unique blend of quite a hoard of cultures. When it comes to the staples in the Indian cuisine the significant and signature range of ingredients include the whole wheat flour, the pearl millet, a large range of pulses, the red lentils, pigeon pea, Bengal gram, urad and split pulses. The Indian cuisine exhibits an extensive use of the split pulses. The cooking process of most of the dishes and curries in the Indian cuisine is done in vegetable oil, and in some cases even in peanut, mustard or coconut oil. With evolution of the food industry and the development of technology and the food industry the Indian cuisine has come to use sunflower oil and in a large range of dishes even the soybean. Ghee is yet another important ingredient of the Indian cuisine. India is renowned for its strove of spices and the following spices are used quite frequently in the preparation of a large number of dishes in the Indian cuisine. The list of spices include the Chili pepper, cumin, black mustard seed, fenugreek, ginger, coriander, asafetida, coriander, garam masala which is a mix of spices and the coriander. The Garammasal spice mix, which was mentioned earlier, is one of the signature spice mixtures that one might find being used in most of the dishes in the Indian cuisine. The Garam masala is a powder which consists of about five spices, in its dried and powdered form. The mix is usually that of cardamom, clove, cinnamon and the rest of the ingredients vary from one chef to another and from one region to another and proves to be the signature spice of that region. When it comes to the dishes being prepared in the Indian cuisine, there are a large number of leaves that are used. The commonly used leaves that is included in the cooking process for the flavoring includes the bay, the fenugreek, the mint leaves and the coriander, and in some Indian cuisines the curry leaves too. When it comes to the seasoning of dishes, which is mostly for the sweet dishes, one can find nutmeg, rose petals, saffron, and cardamom being used in the dishes. When it comes to India the eating habits are quite unique and are reflected on the Indian cuisine. The typical Indian day starts with the breakfast, with which tea or coffee is the preferred beverage, and the beverage that starts the day when it comes to any type of Indian cuisine. The usual range of breakfast items that one might find in an Indian cuisine includes the Roti, the parathas and some vegetables for the sides when it comes to the North Indian cuisine, where in some cases there are even pickles and curd to add on to the platter. The Indian cuisine being an amalgam of the dishes of quite a diverse range of regions also includes the dishes of western India which is usually Dhokla and milk for the breakfast. The south Indian contribution to the dishes in the Indian cuisine includes either idlis, or dosas or a combination of the two with a side of the many types of chutneys. When it comes to lunch, yet again, the Indian cuisine does not fail to surprise the takers with a host of dishes from the many regions of India. The usual Indian lunch consists of rice, rotis made of who wheat and in two or three types of vegetables that are either steamed or deep-fried. Most lunch dishes that one might find in a typical Indian cuisine also includesKulchas, Nans, and Parathas. The end of the lunch is usually indicated by dishes such as the curd and two or three sweets that are in some cases included right at the entrée. However, when it comes to the Indian cuisine there is a unique tradition and thus a unique dish in a manner of speaking which dominates the end of the lunch, which is the betel leaves which are chewed. In some Indian cuisine items a separate section of dishes are arranged for an evening breakfast, but in most cases it is usually just the tea and some snacks. Dinner however, is yet another elaborate deal when it comes to the Indian cuisine and thus paves way for more variety and an extensive range of dishes. Most dinner dishes are followed by unique dessert dishes that one will find only in the Indian cuisine. These desserts include the qulfi, the rasmalai, kheer, gulabjamun or Gajraila. In speaking of the desserts in the Indian cuisine one is automatically reminded of the one region of the India whose dominance in the production of dessert dishes cannot be matched. The majority of the desserts found in the West Indian cuisine is all produced by West Bengal one of the most dominant regions when it comes to the dessert dishes and sweets that one might find in the Indian cuisine. The list of sweets that one might find in the Indian cuisine, which is contributed by West Bengal includes the barfi which is a sweet made out of dried milk, the kulfi which is an Indian ice-cream, the laddu which is a dish made out of flour and other ingredients which is then made into the shape of a ball and the Khaja. Thus right from its diverse range of spices that leaves us mouthwatering in more than one way to the range of sweets that offers the sweet tooth a heaven to settle in, the diversity and the combinations of tastes and cultures has had a great amount of impact on the Indian cuisine and this impact has enabled the takers to the cuisine across the globe, experience new vistas in taste in a host of dishes in which each one is unique in its own manner, and has India written all over it.