The Flavours of India.
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DUBAI – Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Dubai JBR recently announced the opening of Flavours of India, an speciality restaurant offering vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from different parts of India.
Flavours of India specialises in Mughlai cuisine such as Raan e Riyasat, Makhmali Murgh Musallam, Shahjhani Kofta, Zaika-e-Dal Makhnai, Akbari Shahi Tukda and more.
Main course selection includes the popular Butter Chicken, Paneer Tikka Masala, and Flavours Special Bhuna Gosht, among others.
The restaurant’s culinary team is headed by Chef Mohammed Alam, who is also the hotel’s executive chef.
Commenting on the opening of the restaurant, he said: “By combining traditional Indian spices and cooking techniques with contemporary twist, we created the dishes to appeal to the most discerning taste buds. Food is central to every culture but it is also meant to be shared with others thus, we invite not just the Indian expats, but also the diverse nationalities who are living in Dubai to experience rich culinary heritage of India through this new restaurant.”
As an opening promo, Flavours of India is offering 25 percent discount for dine-in, takeaway, and delivery orders until November 30.
The restaurant is located at the plaza level of Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Dubai JBR and can seat up to 30 guests. PR/Expat Media
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