Where do I even start?! Well my experience with House of Curry was not only fun but super appetising. Right from when I start down to order till my last bite of the Gulab Jamun (a very famous South Asian sweet dish), I was beyond content. I probably am bias towards Indian food, given it’s where I’m from but I truly recommend giving this place a shot. What truly amazed me was the decor. The authentic look and feel of the restaurant really does make you feel like you’re sitting in one of the palaces in Jaipur.
Let’s start talking food!
MINI PRAWNS KOLIWADA (Small prawns dipped in a spicy red batter and deep fried to a crisp) – AED 45.
TANDOORI PRAWNS (8 Prawns steeped in a marinade of fresh ground spices, cooked over glowing embers) – AED 120
MALAI PRAWNS (Creamy and succulent prawns cooked with light spices in a Tandoor) – AED 120
MUTTON SEEKH KEBAB (Combination of minced mutton and Indian spices cooked to perfection) – AED 50
MURGH MALAI KEBAB (Creamy and succulent chicken cubes cooked with light spices in a Tandoor) – AED 50
CRAB MASALA CURRY (Cracked Blue Crabs with a tangy coastal masala gravy) – AED 75
CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA (Grilled pieces of chicken, cooked in a rich gravy of tomato and cashew mixed with Indian spices) – AED 65
MUTTON BIRYANI (Flavored rice with an array of spices and slow cooked mutton) – AED 65
JALEBI (A thin string of batter deep-fried to a crisp while keeping the inside soft and steeped in sweet syrup) – AED 30
GULAB JAMUN (WITH ICE CREAM SCOOP – AED 50) (A deep-fried soft dumpling with a hint of cardamom served warm with a sweet syrup) – AED 35
See you soon loves,
– Karen Mascarenhas