6 Unique Indian-Fusion Desserts In Dubai That Have To Be On Your Radar This Festive Season

by Anupriya Mishra
6 Unique Indian-Fusion Desserts In Dubai That Have To Be On Your Radar This Festive Season

The festive season is rather incomplete without some sweet treats. And when you are an Indian expat living in Dubai, you will certainly want to get your hands on all the delicious desserts to get the festive feel away from home. So, what if we told you about places in Dubai from where you can get some unique Indian fusion desserts that will complete your festival? Well, adding charms to your festive celebrations, here’s a bunch of unique Indian fusion desserts that you might want to try this season!

Unique Indian Fusion Desserts In Dubai

1. Gajar Halwa Ice Cream At Trèsind, Dubai


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Gajar halwa is a highly famous Indian carrot pudding that is relished by people, especially during the winter season. As carrots are generally available in abundance during the period, this dessert makes an appearance in almost every household for festive celebrations. And Trèsind, Dubai is bringing the essence of the dessert through their unique Gajar Halwa Ice Cream. This delightful chilled dessert is accompanied by a delicate burst of smashed burrata and is then drizzled with aromatic basil oil. Not to mention, as this is a Michelin Guide restaurant in Dubai, you will certainly appreciate this unique frozen delight.

Where: One&Only Royal Mirage, Arabian Court – Dubai Marina – Dubai
When: 12 pm to 11:45 pm

2. Rasmalai Coconut Cake At MASTI – Cocktails & Cuisine

MASTI – Cocktails & Cuisine is known for serving some pretty unique dishes. offering a range of Indian dishes that boast a contemporary twist, the dessert here is nothing short of spectacular. We are talking about their Rasmalai Coconut Cake, which brings together the flavours of India and the cooking techniques of the Western world. This delightful dessert is luscious and a great ending to your king-like feast with its Unparalleled flavours

Where: The Dubai Edition Hotel – Dubai Fountain St – Downtown Dubai – Dubai
When: 12:30 pm to 1 am

3. Indian bread pudding At Atrangi by Ritu Dalmia

This is a highly famous eatery that recently dropped open in Dubai. A restaurant by Indian chef, Ritu Dalmia, this place offers a wide range of contemporary Indian dishes that warrant your attention. However, it’s their dessert menu that has got us swooning. While there are several pretty amazing Indian fusion desserts, such as Bruleed Phirni with Roasted Figs or Filter Kaapi Caramel Custard, we cannot get over their Indian food.

Called Shahi Tukda, this is basically Shahi tukda mille fueille, which features rabri mousse and is served with a side of pistachio ice cream. For those who aren’t aware, the dessert owes its origin to the Mughal era and comprises fried bread and flavoured thickened milk.

Where: Al Sufouh – Al Sufouh 1 – Dubai
When: 12 pm to 3 pm & 7 to 11:30 pm

4. Peanut Butter Kulfi At Pincode


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Pincode by Kunal Kapur is a great eatery in Dubai for those who want to dive into the rich flavours of Indian cuisine. Offering a range of delightful dishes that reflect the culinary traditions of the country, the desserts here are also quite a head-turner. We are especially loving their Peanut Butter Kulfi, which brings the flavour of this popular American spread together with the Indian cooking techniques of the widely famous desi dessert. So, if you are a kulfi fan, you will certainly want to try this highly popular frozen Indian dessert, with nutty flavour.

Where: First Floor Dubai Hills Mall Dubai Hills, Dubai
When: 11 am to 1 am

5. Ghewar Ice Cream At Sagar Ratna Dubai


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Sagar Ratna is a renowned chain of restaurants that needs no introduction to the Indian expat community in Dubai. And they have recently launched what’s said to be the world’s first Ghewar Ice Cream. The festive delight features the flavours of the popular monsoon dessert that’s been rolled together and served in a bowl in the form of a popular chilled delight. Topped with ghewar crumbs and chopped dry fruits, this pretty-looking dessert certainly brings together the frozen dessert technique from the West and Indian flavours in a harmonious blend.

Where: Oud Metha Building, 2nd Street, Oud Metha, Dubai
When: 8:30 am to 11:30 pm

Also Read: 8 Easy Mocktail Recipes To Make At Home For A Sober Diwali Party In The UAE

6. Rasmalai Dream Cake At Sidco Foods


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Dream Cakes have taken all over Instagram! So, if you also wish to dive into this tempting-looking dessert, then you will certainly want to try their Indian fusion options that are available in a bunch of decadent flavours. Their Rasmalai Dream Cake and Gulab Jamun Cake are exactly what you need to get your festive celebrations rolling. This delightful dessert looks as tempting as it sounds and it certainly something that will add a lot of cheer to your celebrations.

Where: W2B,13th Street, Rashidiya – Umm Ramool – Dubai
When: 8 am to 6 pm

So, go ahead and stock up your pantry with these decadant desserts, and we are sure they will make your festive celebrations more special.

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