This popular restaurant is a veritable feast of the exotic in a very elegant setting. Well-travelled diners will appreciate the faithful renditions of each dish, and those less adventurous won’t mind experimenting with their palates.
The menu is a well-curated selection of authentic dishes from North African, Mediterranean, Indian and Middle Eastern regions; the well-known baba ghanoush sits comfortably next to ‘purpu frittu’ (octopus fried with garlic, red peppers and parsley). The semi-open kitchen has been designed to cater for the specialised preparation and cooking techniques used. Enjoy authentic tandooris, Arabian grills, rice, Indian breads, tagines and koftas, as well as steaming dishes of sheekh kebab and lahm burdeem. Definitely try the speciality biryanis and couscous. Conclude with delightful Indian and Arabian delights. While the selection of wines is more than adequate, you may also bring your own (corkage fee of €7.00).