★Saturday Street Food Night★
Daily: Our talented Chef will be very pleased to prepare your favorite dishes throughout the week.
Event: Street Food Night
Brief Description: Finest Indian Delicacies
Time: 7pm to 11:30pm
Price: AED 95/- per person
Brief Description: Discover your singing talent along with our resident singer
Menu: A La Carte
Beverage: Happy Hour (Special discounted rates on selected beverages from 7pm till closing)
Time: 7pm to 11:30pm
Dubai residents are a little spoiled for choice, with cuisine from the Indian sub-continent. The popular Indian restaurant, Gharana at Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha, aims to coax diners out of their routine with four different regional menus: An intriguing invitation for guests to choose and relish various flavours.
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The Street Food Night menu at Gharana is as mouth-watering as the kebabs, chaats and tantalising biryanis that will whisk you away to the authentic tastes of India. Saturdays will see a twist to Gharana’s regular cuisine bringing a novel experience of the ‘Galliyas’ (Streets) of Hyderabad, Punjab, Jaipur and Lucknow in a specialty ‘Food Night’.
Diners can enjoy the pick of street eats with a wide variety of options to choose from. The Restaurant Manager, Ramesh Padmanabhan said, “Street food, but in greater variety, is as integral to India as the shawarma to Dubai or the hot dog to Chicago. Road-side vendors, mobile carts and stalls sell the freshest snacks with great panache and spirit.
The preparation of the food is as much of a show as its taste. We give you a hands-on experience at Gharana where live cooking stations will transport you to the bustling lanes of Hyderabad, Punjab, Jaipur and Lucknow that come alive with the most appealing aromas attracting people from far and near.”
To make the most of the environment, Gharana infuses melodies from the mountains and the seas along with Gulzar – internationally acclaimed flutist – dishing out lilting live tunes on his flute. No Indian food experience can be complete without delectable sweets at the end.
The Punjabi Gulab Jamun and Matka Falooda, the Lucknowi Lychee Rabdi and Kemami Zarda Pulao, and the Hyderabadi Phirnee promise to leave a pleasant taste in your mouth long after they are savoured.