The Permit Room Opens Its First 24×7 Coastal Indian Region Fusion Resto Lounge In Mankhool Dubai

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by Deeplata Garde

Indian joints in Dubai have a special fan following. Why? The expat population in UAE are majority Indians. So it becomes oblivious for the fans to flock to these Indian cuisine serving spots. A new gem has been announced in Mankhool Dubai and we can’t wait to visit and relish the Indian food here. Say hello to Permit Room’s first-ever branch in Dubai.

Make Way For This Indian Food Joint, Permit Room In Dubai


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The upscale new Indian Resto Lounge at the Majestic City Retreat Hotel in Mankhool Dubai showcases some of the quirky, varied cultures of India that are currently rising as a pop-lifestyle phenomenon thanks to its incredibly diversified centuries-old culinary legacy. The food promises to be a diverse, mouthwatering experience that draws on the southern Indian coastal cuisine traditions and brings back Bar Baar’s famous Indian delicacies to the area.

The Permit Room boasts an obvious familiarity that makes you feel at home in the comfortable environment of a bar. It is ecologically sound and exclusively uses local herbs for seasoning.

Ever thought of enjoying your favourite Indian dishes with a sip of beverage? There are many concoctions that are prepared in order to complement Indian cuisine. Because who said that you couldn’t enjoy your favourite Chettinad Chicken or Idli-Sambhar with a fun cocktail? The restaurant provides a high-end dining experience with outstanding service, distinctive culinary creations, and an exclusive setting with an in-house resident DJ spinning some Indo-fusion music and a two-piece band playing current sound.

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What To Expect?


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The Permit Room draws inspiration from the old British India era. The dining caves’ vivid mix of wood and rattan is combined with pop culture through the use of vintage hand-drawn posters. It is a mix of brilliant hues, designs, and decorations honouring the diversity of Indian cuisine and culture.

When compared to the local market, The Permit Room’s average price is reasonable and inexpensive. Along with serving dine-in customers, it also offers a handy delivery option. It is more than 4,000 square feet in size, with enough for 175 guests, and offers indoor and outdoor dining options, as well as a sizable outdoor deck where Shisha can be consumed. Pets are welcome here too!

So are you coming?

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