What you see – The second you step into Dastar, the fairy story world of Arabian Nights will flood your thoughts. Nicely, nearly…aside from a lacking troupe of stomach dancers!
Dastar offers you the choice of a sit-out or a comfortable meal inside. Should you go for the previous, you could possibly have your meal with a view of the KBR Park and in case you are the indoor sorts, the non-public eating rooms are fairly comfortable.
What you get – The restaurant’s specialty is the Arabic meals that it dishes out, though the Chinese language and the Indian unfold can also be obtainable. Nevertheless, it has extra selection within the non-vegetarian fare quite than the vegetarian one. So veggies might stick with (and relish!!) the Veg Manchow Soup, Masala kulcha, Sesame paneer, Garlic naan, Fried rice and the like Arabic Food.
For the non-vegetarians, the Shorba Dijaj, a chicken-based soup and the Shorba khudra, a starter are positive delights. Should you favor bland meals, you could possibly go for Hummus (chickpea in sesame paste) or attempt the Muttbel, a vegetable-based starter for one thing spicier.
However should you do not like experimenting and would quite stick with one thing that fits the Indian palate, then the Arabic kebabs, Aishwalahm (a rice dish with chunks of fried lamb) and Dijaj mafrum (baked hen) are secure bets. The value vary is reasonably priced right here.
The decision – We preferred this restaurant for its uniqueness – each in ambiance and in meals selection. We might quite advocate it to the non-vegetarians than to the vegetarians due to the variability that they provide for the previous.