Binge On Schezwan Paratha, Garlic-Cheese Paratha, Cocktail Paratha & More At Paratha King, Dubai

There’s nothing more satiating than a plate of paratha, slathered with oodles of butter, served with veggies! Well, if you agree then we’ve discovered a spot in Dubai that will make you drool. Nestled in the busy lanes of Karama, Paratha King caters to every Paratha lover’s taste buds. Gorge on 100 varieties of whole wheat parathas for breakfast, lunch and dinner without breaking your bank. If you’re smiling, you need to head to Paratha King right now!

Binge On Schezwan Paratha, Garlic-Cheese Paratha, Cocktail Paratha & More

A haven for all paratha lovers and vegetarians, Paratha King in Dubai will take care of your breakfast, lunch and dinner without burning a hole in your pocket. What started off as a humble eatery in Karama, turned out to be a huge hit and now caters to paratha lovers in Al Khaleej Centre, Dubai Internet City, Al Nahda, and Sahara Centre.

Each day is special in this paratha paradise. The place is known for their specialities which include the Seven grain paratha (made of 7 different grains), Schezwan paratha, garlic-cheese paratha, cocktail paratha (a little of everything), and much more, all priced under AED 15.

This aside, the restaurant also has an ‘everyday special’ which has a set menu for the week. Spread across 7 days of the week, their everyday special has an interesting mix of parathas made of aloo, dal, mughlai, meethi, mixed vegetables, pickled and a Chef special. The everyday specials are also priced at AED 15.

Their combos make a fulfilling meal and come with two parathas, dal, chana, yoghurt, pickle, and green chilli, all for AED 18. Their tawa pulao, rajma chawal, dal kichdi, and palak kichdi taste straight out of your mom’s kitchen. For those who like to get experimental, try paratha for dessert! Yes, you read that right! Paratha King serves a range of sweet parathas made with coconut, chocolate and sugar. So, dig in and indulge!

Alternatively, seal your meal with some authentic Indian sweets like gulab jamun and Gajar Halwa. If sweets are not your thing, sip on some piping hot chai or coffee or opt for flavored lassis and fresh juices. There’s a little something for chaat lovers too!


Location: Next To Baskin Robbins , Opposite Karama Post Office, Karama, Dubai
Timings: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM – 11:30 PM
Contact: +971 4 397 9110

Vaishnavi Venkataraman

Research, science labs and of course nerdy glasses – that’s what my life was all about until I finally woke up to realise how much I loved food, travel and telling tales. A chai addict, a moody writer and mother to a smallie, my journey as a writer began with The Times of India. And now, here I am in Dubai pursuing my passion and exploring a new city, all in one go!

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