House of Curry in JBR has Diwali sorted for you! A dedicated Diwali menu makes ordering easy and your guests will be leaving with happy stomachs.
Indian cuisine encompasses a variety of flavours and food styles depending on the region. From the Northern region known for their creamy gravies and kebabs right through to the spicy curries of the coastal areas; House of Curry has brought together the best of all regions creating a perfect balance of Indian cuisine in Dubai.
Their expert chefs use the traditional methods of cooking and blend a rich array of herbs and spices to create exquisitely complex flavours and unique dishes. If you’re looking for some delicious spicy Kebabs and curries while dining in a unique interior depicting an ancient Haveli and home of India; then you need to visit the best curry house in Dubai, House of Curry.
They have a wide variety of Vegetarian dishes. We were first given a platter full of appetizers like mini samosas (I plopped in almost 5-6), mixed vegetable pakoras and chunks of tandoori paneer. I really like the samosas the best and with the variety of chutneys and pickles given these couldn’t go wrong.
For drinks I opted for the Mango Lassi instead of the coconut water and the fact that it was tasty helped add to my Diwali feel. It was thick, rich, creamy and thankfully not too sweet.
The main course included Yellow Daal, Veg Kofta, Mixed Vegetables, Daal Makhani and Biryani. After having a bit of each, I could see why the restaurant was so jam packed. The food was bursting with flavors and the biryani was fragrant and made with high quality basmati rice. The food had all the flavors that a Diwali party should have and it did not disappoint.
The desserts included Gulab Jamun on a bed of Jalebi in which the gulab jamun was good but the jalebi was just ok. The gajar ka halwa was too mushy for my tastebuds however some other people liked it.
Overall, a trip down here will be worth it if you need to impress guests with good food and beautiful decor.