There are perhaps many extravagant restaurants around the local area where you can get your kebab fix. Anyway for a transform we chose to avoid these marvelous joints and concentrate on a lesser known place that offers very nearly just as amazing toll at one third the cost. This place is one of the best restaurants in Dubai for kababs
One such hidden diamond is holding up to be found is Kabab Kolony.
On the off chance that you were overcome enough to consume from the road nourishment trucks in India or Pakistan (recollect the kati moves of Kolkata or the bun kebabs of Karachi?) you will savor this spot.
The interesting little mezzanine level eatery in Karama joins the best of Indian and Pakistani food furthermore pays reverence to a key component of subcontinent society – Bollywood. The dividers are enhanced with notices of exemplary Indian films and vintage cleanser commercials, giving the spot an unique old world appeal.
The administration is benevolent without being nosy and the menu is thorough and offbeat as it permits you to assemble your move by selecting your most loved bread, filling and sauce. Regardless of what mix you attempt, the bill won’t surpass Dh13. We inspected the chicken dhamaka roll and totally cherished it. Next up was paneer tikka (Dh11) and blended flame broil platter (Dh50) which had a combination of kebabs including the unrealistically delicate seekh kebab, initially idealized in the kitchens of the nawabs of Awadh, a recent royal state in north India.
Presented with sizzling parathas and two sorts of dips, they in a flash helped me to remember the road nourishment back home. Anyway why did they need to utilize polystyrene plates?
The sweet segment emphasized zarda, kheer shahi tukda and gajreela, yet I skipped it and rather tried for an invigorating almond and pistachio enhanced milk beverage called KK Special.
Other than a huge number of combo suppers, evaluated in the middle of Dh14 and Dh25, the restaurant likewise serves breakfast on Fridays. The non-veg choice aims to get Dh21 and incorporates chicken nihari (that is a first for me), aloo bhaji, chholay halwa puri, kadak tea and lassi while the vegan alternative is priced at Dh1