5 Restaurants In Dubai That Are Offering Navratri Thali This Festive Season!

by Anupriya Mishra
5 Restaurants In Dubai That Are Offering Navratri Thali This Festive Season!

Navratri is a popular festival, which literally translates to nine nights in English. Celebrated with a lot of fervour by Hindus, there are several Indian restaurants in Dubai as well. This means, all the expats missing their home country, can now indulge in a traditional feast through the Navratri thalis available at several restaurants around the emirate. So, here’s a list of some of the best places in Dubai where you can treat yourselves to a delicous Navratri Thali. Let’s dive right in, shall we?

Navratri Thali In Dubai

1. Pincode By Chef Kunal Kapur

The beautiful restaurant by celebrity chef, Kunal Kapur has to be on your list if you plan to visit restaurants to relish delicious Navaratri specials in Dubai. Yes, Pincode is doing something for foodies through their exquisite Navratri Thali. This delightful representation of the flavours and traditions that are associated with the festival.

Coming to the thali, it includes popular dishes, such as Kuttu Puri, Vrat Ki Idli, Sabudana Vada with Falahari Chutney, Sabudana Kheer, Makhane Ki Kheer, Aloo Ki Kadhi, Pethe Ki Subzi, Samak Ka Pulao, Tadka Chaas, and Paneer Tikka. Yes, and each of these dishes has been thoughtfully curated. It’s worth mentioning that the thali is available at the restaurant until October 23 and it’s available all day long!

Where: First Floor, Next to Cinemas, Dubai Hills Mall
On Till: October 23
Cost: AED99

2. Dhaba Lane


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Dhaba Lane (@dhabalane.dxb)

A popular restaurant in the emirate, this restaurant has several outlets in Dubai. And this vibrantly decked restaurant is also offering a special Navratri thali for people who wish to relish the distinctive flavours of the dishes, especially those served during the time. Available for AED45, this restaurant is offering the thali till October 24.

Coming to the thali, it features nine drool-worthy dishes. All of these have been made from locally sourced ingredients! In case you’re wondering the thali features Fruit Chaat, Shakarkandi Tikka, Kaddu Ki Sabzi, Sabudana Ke Papad, Paneer Mattar Makhana Curry, Kuttu Ki Poori, Vrat Ke Chawal, Sabudana Kheer, and Badam Ki Lassi.

Where: Al Karama, Al Garhoud, Al Nahda & JLT
On Till: October 24th
Cost: AED45

Also Read: Here’s How You Can Participate In Breaking A Guinness World Record In Dubai In November

3. Khau Galli


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Khau Galli Dubai (@khaugallidubai)

Khau Galli is going all out for its Navratri celebration! If you’re missing the spirit of the festival, then this restaurant is where you need to land. Here you will find dandiya beats that you can enjoy along with the delectable Navratri thali. Available for AED32, this compact thali features a variety of mouthwatering offerings.

As the thali features more than six dishes, it comprises toothsome yummies, such as saboodana khichdi, freshly cut fruits, tikki, and even puri. At this point, it should be mentioned that they recently opened their newest outlet at Mega Mall in Sharjah.

Where: JLT, Ibn Batuta Mall & Mall Of Emirates
When: 8 am to 11 pm
Cost: AED32

4. Sagar Ratna


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Sagar Ratna Dubai (@sagarratnadubai)

Available till October 23, Sagar Ratna is also offering a selection of delicious dishes for people observing vegetarianism during Navratri. As there are many people who prefer to stay away from onion and garlic food during the period, there’s offering a thali that features dishes that don’t use these ingredients.

As it includes a bunch of different dishes, these are saboodana tikki, puri, saboodana khichadi, mithai, and paneer gravy dish, to name a select few offerings. This thali is available till October 23, so you might want to check it out ASAP!

Where: Oud Metha, JLT & Dubai Silicon Oasis
On Till: October 23
Cost: On Demand

Also Read: Featuring 16 Km Waterfront, Modern Villas & More; AlWadi Launched In Aseer Region

5. Rasoi Ghar

Rasoi Ghar
Pic credits: Instagram/rasoigharuae

The final name on the list has to be one of the most popular restaurants in Dubai, that’s quite famous for offering delicious Indian cuisine. This beautifully decked eatery is offering a Navratri thali, called the Upvas Thali.

The vibrant thali offers the perfect amalgamation of taste and texture. Some of the lip-smacking dishes on the plate include saboodana papad, puri, saboodana kichadi, freshly cut fruits, and a variety of sabzi. These celebrate the various colours of Navratri, and it’s quite evident from the beautiful dishes served in the thali!

Where: Al Karama, Dubai
Cost: On Demand

So, now that you know of these places, don’t forget to drop by and check out these places for a fantastic Navratri feast.

Cover Image Courtesy: Internal

For more such snackable content, interesting discoveries and latest updates on food, travel and experiences in your city, download the Curly Tales App. Download HERE.

Good news! We are on WhatsApp! Subscribe to Curly Tales WhatsApp Channel to stay up-to-date with exclusive content and BTS. Join HERE.