Ask any Dubai-aite and he/she is sure to tell you about this legendary club in town! India Club was formally inaugurated on 15th August 1964 and has ever since been the hub for Sports, Social Amenities, Entertainment, and Recreation. And now, the club has a little something for foodies and how can we not drop by! Team Curly Tales visited India Club to dig into their big, fat, ‘shahenshah’ thali and here’s our verdict. Now you know why we took our ‘team’ along!
The Shahenshah Thali Includes 36 Dishes & Costs AED 99
The Shahenshah thali features over 36 dishes and comes in vegetarian and non-vegetarian versions. The thali includes everything from soup, to starters, main course, and dessert. Kick off your culinary journey with a refreshing Masala chaas or rose water. Warm up your appetite with delectable Indian starters which include samosas, Palak Pakoda, veg croquette and veg kebabs- served with four different types of chutneys.
For the main course, foodies can dig into four different varieties of curries, four types of dhal, roti, biryani, and jeera rice. The thali also includes fried chips, chaat, pickle, and raita. Each dish on the main course weight approximately 200 grams. Well, don’t fill yourself up too much because you’ve also got some delicious Indian desserts on the thali. End your meal on a sweet note with some warm gajar halwa or gulab jamun.
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The non-vegetarian thali consists of 36 items and costs AED 149. The meal includes a range of non-veg starters like mutton samosa, murgh pakoda, non-veg kebabs, chutney, pickle, raita and salad. The main course comes with butter chicken, fish curry, mutton curry, egg masala, served with keema paratha and roti. As for the rice delicacies, foodies can dig into chicken biryani or jeera rice.
The thalis are available for lunch and dinner and can be shared among four people.
Where: Oud Metha Road
Timings: Lunch and Dinnner
Contact: 04 337 1112