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Dubaistyle
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舊 2013-07-03, 13:15
Follow the Spice Trail in Dubai's Little India
A guide to Karama's Indian restaurants state by state
http://www.thenational.ae/lifestyle/food/a-guid...ts-state-by-state#full

1 - Calicut Paragon
This no-frills restaurant boasts of a waiting line at weekends. If you are a crab fan, tackle its crab dry fry first along with prawn pepper dry fry. The Karimeen pollichathu or pearl fish cooked with traditional spices in banana leaf is finger-licking good. Other dishes to try are chicken varattiyathu, Malabar chicken curry, fish mango curry and some fluffy appams (hoppers) to go with it. End your meal with its signature tender coconut soufflé.
原文載於: 背包客棧自助旅行論壇 https://www.backpackers.com.tw/forum/showthread.php?t=955510

2 - Kerala Kitchen
It has a special all-vegetarian weekend sadya lunch served on banana leaf, in authentic Kerala style. The sadya is usually a 24-course meal but here it consists of 10 to 15 items including rice and curries, each different in ingredients and flavour. It is crowded on Fridays, so Saturday afternoons are a better bet.

3 - Sangeetha
At lunchtime, get yourself its generous Chennai thali, which has more than 10 dishes, or the quick meal, which comes with lemon rice, sambhar rice or curd rice. But if you are there after 7pm, don’t miss the Chettinad mini tiffin, which comprises special vadas, idlis and sweets that you probably haven’t had before.

4 - Saravana Bhavan
This global chain is perfect at any time of day. Its variety of dosas are superb. Also try its Mysore bonda (lentil dumplings) and plantain bajji (plantain slices fried in chickpea batter).

5- Anjappar
Its Chettinad chicken roast or masala is flavourful and spicy. For vegetarians, try the tangy ennai kathirikkai (aubergine) with plain rice.

6 - Canara Restaurant
This is a hidden Mangalorean gem, tucked away behind the Iranian School. Get straight to the kane rava fry or lady fish fried in semolina batter. And opt for the mutton sukka with its light neer dosa (rice crêpes). Canara doesn’t offer Kannadiga vegetarian specialities, though you can try the bisi bele bhaat at Saravana Bhavan.

7- Mezbaan
Taste any of its dum pukht biryanis. Also recommended is the talawa gosht – this mutton dish is awesomely succulent but high on the chilli quotient. Sign off with the sweet doubla ka meetha.

8 - Amaravathi
Not far from Karama metro station, opt for one of its traditional meals – Amaravathi maharaja bhojanam, Nizam’s treat or virundi bhojanam – to sample a variety of spicy or pungent curries. The non-vegetarian thaali is recommended.

9- Eric’s
A gem of a place with lilac walls and lace curtains. Tuck into its fish koliwada, semolina-fried prawns and prawn mango curry, which warmly fuses the flavours of mango and curry leaves.

10 - Treat
Hidden behind Sana Fashions, this modest eatery serves some of the best beef and fish cutlets. Its potato chops and chicken xacuti are also well known.

11 - Peshwa
It’s a pleasure walking into this pretty restaurant where the tables are adorned with beautiful Maharashtrian sari borders. For starters, begin with kothimbir wadi, or gram-flour fritters. Then move on to spicy mutton Kolhapuri, methi pitla (curry made with flavoured gram-flour paste) paired with bajra (pearl millet) bhakri. Wash all this down with sol kadi, the indigenous kokam drink.

12 - Manisha’s Kitchen
This small eatery prides itself on being a vegetarian’s delight and is well know for its sabudana (sago) vada and the spicy bharaili cangi (aubergine curry).

13 - Delhi Darbar
This restaurant offers some sumptuous Mughlai food. Try its mutton or chicken kebabs, kadhai chicken, mutton rogan josh or malai kofta, usually eaten with roomali rotis (tissue-thin bread).

14 - Paratha King
This is a takeaway joint but boasts nearly 100 varieties of stuffed parathas, reminiscent of Delhi’s Gali Paranthe Wali street. The mooli (radish), alu-methi (potato and fenugreek) and gobi (cauliflower) parathas are must-haves.

15 - Pind Da Dhaba
Opposite Zabeel Park, Pind Da Dhaba wins hearts with its colourful, earthy decor and its food, of course. Your order could include some of the following – tangdi kebab, Amritsari chicken, Amritsari chole (chickpeas), sarson ka saag and makki roti (corn flatbread).

16 - New Sind Punjab
You can smell the food cooking as you enter this Punjabi joint. Order its melt-in-the-mouth reshmi kebab, butter chicken, dal makhni and garlic naan.
原文載於: 背包客棧自助旅行論壇 https://www.backpackers.com.tw/forum/showthread.php?t=955510

17 - Manvaar
Turbaned waiters and folk music welcome you into Manvaar. Stick to the traditional daal-bati-churma or lal maans (red meat curry), eaten with chapatis. Rajasthani sweets are unique so don't forget to order moong-dal halwa or ghewar.

18 - Bikanerwala
Rajasthan is also known for its tasty snacks, especially kachoris, large fried discs stuffed with either potato, onion or peas, with a dash of Indian spices.

19 - Swades
Ideal for lunch, its Gujarati thali includes three vegetable preparations, rice and lentils. You could also order some theplas, thin flatbreads made of wheat, gram flour and curd. At snack time, dhokla and khandvi are the best bet.

20 - Yalla Momos
A tiny pit stop ideal for gorging on momos at any time. Help yourselves to platefuls of these delightful dumplings – chicken, spinach-cheese and mushroom-cheese are the best.

21 - Al Kauser
Its galouti kebab (minced mutton patties) is mouth-watering. Equally popular is its Lucknowi handi biryani, which is very different in taste from the Hyderabadi variety.

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Dubaistyle
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舊 2013-07-03, 13:47
杜拜 小印度 交通位置 餐廳位置
A - Bur Juman Metro Station (Red Line #19)
B - Al Karama Metro Station (Red Line #20)
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