5 Places In Dubai To Try Delicious Indian Thalis For Those Missing Home!

by Ishita Agarwal
5 Places In Dubai To Try Delicious Indian Thalis For Those Missing Home!

Isn’t it true that nothing beats the comforts of home cooking no matter where we reside? Even though Dubai has a thriving restaurant scene, ex-pats in the city always have a warm spot for the city’s Indian eateries. Indian cuisine isn’t simply food, after all. Foodies from all over the world would adore the variety of flavours, textures, and colours found in this cuisine. However, many Indian restaurants in Dubai make it difficult to choose the finest. Now it’s not. 

Here are some of the top Indian restaurants in Dubai where you can try delicious Indian thalis. Have a great meal! 

1. Dhaba Lane 

In a warm and inviting setting, Interiors reminiscent of New Delhi. Dhaba Lane in Karama serves you some tasty vegetarian options. The Thali, a multi-course meal served on a single plate, is a favourite choice among Indian diners. The restaurant’s food is done unusually, with a dramatic flair added to several of them. Cutlery is also an odd choice, although the restaurant’s cuisine and atmosphere are both top-notch. 

Location – 2B Street, Al Karama, Dubai

What to eat – North Indian Thali royal 



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2. Maharaja Bhog 

One of the few Rajasthani-inspired eateries in the neighbourhood is Maharaja Bhog. It serves a wide range of genuine Indian Thalis with a touch of traditional Indian hospitality. The restaurant provides a modest menu that caters to vegetarians. The foods are prepared authentically, with no additional embellishments. The cuisine has a well-balanced flavour that will appeal to most individuals. Maharaja Bhog, in general, provides a genuine north Indian eating experience in the heart of Dubai. 

Location – Hamsah Building Block A, Zabeel Street, Al Karama, Dubai

What to eat – Vegetarian Thali 


3. Rasoi Ghar, Dubai 

Rasoi Ghar, a vegetarian restaurant in Al Karama, Dubai, will pamper you with royal hospitality and traditional Rajasthani and Gujrati food. In Hindi, Rasoi Ghar means ‘The Kitchen.’  In addition, vegetarian meals and platters are the restaurant’s speciality. The rotating menu, which seems to vary every day of the year, is one of the most outstanding elements of this restaurant in particular. As a result, each time you return, you will be greeted with something fresh. 

Location – Zainal Mohebi Plaza, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, Al Karama, Dubai

What to eat – Vegetarian Thali 

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4. Sthan 

The restaurant was created to revive and present traditional Pakistani, Hindustani, and Afghan cuisines under one roof. Sthan is one of the few locations in Dubai that offers a natural combination of North-West Asian dishes with a little contemporary touch, as the term itself indicates. Therefore, the restaurant has an open kitchen and focuses on grilled and tandoori meat dishes. 

Location – Shop 2 & 3, Al Wasl Building, Zabeel Road, Al Karama, Dubai

What to eat – Tandoori 


5. Rangoli Restuarant, Dubai 

Rangoli restaurant in Bur Dubai is where to go for authentic Indian home-cooked meals. It is one of the few Indian vegetarian restaurants in Dubai that has managed to capture the true essence of the cuisine.

Traditional Gujarati food is their speciality, although they also provide all other Indian cuisines. Moreover, it is still a favourite among visitors and residents alike, thanks to its friendly personnel and simple décor.

Location – Meena Bazaar, Cosmos Lane, Bur Dubai

What To Eat – Gujarati Thali 

Enjoy Eating Home Like Cooked Food! 


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