The 2 Best Indian Restaurants In Dubai

In Dubai, you can find Indian restaurants everywhere. I suppose this is due to the large Indian community in Dubai. I was told by my Indian colleagues who were stationed in Dubai that the two best Indian restaurants in Dubai are Kwality Restaurant and Khanza Restaurant so I went to check it out when I was there.

 

Kwality Restaurant
Khaleed bin Waleed Street
Tel: 04-3933327, 04-3936563

Kwality Restaurant
Kwality Restaurant

Our Dubai colleague told us that the next best Indian Restaurant in Dubai is Kwality Restaurant. This round, they provided us with the address and direction and we went ourselves to checked it out.

Chicken
Chicken

Likewise, we ordered some grilled.

Tandoori Fish
Tandoori Fish

some curries

Butter Chicken
Butter Chicken

and our favourite Papadum.

Kwality Restaurant

 

Opening Hours

Lunch: 1200 to 1500; Dinner: 1930 to 2345

Getting There

By Taxi

 

 

Khazana Restaurant
Al Nasr Leisureland – 10th St – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Khazana Restaurant
Khazana Restaurant

My colleagues from Dubai took us to Khazana when we were at Dubai for an implementation of SAP. They told us that this is the best Indian Restaurant in Dubai

Grilled Meat
Grilled Meat

They ordered various grills

Curry
Curry

and curries

and some Papadum for us to try.

I love them all. But my Singaporean colleagues aren’t used to some of the curries. They love the Papadum.

 

Opening Hours

Daily 1230 to 2330

Getting There

By Taxi.

 

Our Verdict?

Among the two, I prefer Khazana Restaurant to Kwality Restaurant. We find that the food served in Khazana was more delicious, more tasty. We find that some of the dishes served Kwality restaurant was a little too salty and some of the grilled were partly burnt.

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