Mohalla announces its special Iftar menu

Thursday, 9th March 2023, Dubai: Mohalla, in the bustling Dubai Design District, is excited to announce its special Iftar menu for the Holy month of Ramadan. For AED 115 per person, the restaurant will offer a special menu that includes an array of delicious Indian dishes that are perfect for breaking the fast.

The Iftar menu at Mohalla features a selection of traditional Indian appetizers, main courses, and a dessert by Chef Adwait Anantwar. Diners can break the fast with a spread of dates and laban, followed by popular starters like Keema samosa fried in ghee and Dal shorba. For a comforting main course meal, diners can devour Chicken Biryani or a Butter Chicken served with Malabari Paratha. Diners can finish their Iftar meal on a sweet note with Kulfi Falooda or Gulab Jamun with Ice Cream, a popular dessert in India.

The Iftar menu will be available from 22nd March to 19th April from 7 pm to 9 pmMohalla announces its special Iftar menu

Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, diners are welcome to indulge in Indian food in a beautiful rustic setting from the 18th century, with hand-painted murals depicting the bustling streets of India, 100% cane chairs, and cushions with beautiful prints that transport guests to India. Mohalla has a lively and welcoming atmosphere that celebrates the rich Indian heritage.

Mohalla will also offer a special Ramadan platter starting at AED 180 AED, available for delivery on platforms like Deliveroo and Talabat. The dishes included in the platter are Keema Samosa, Chicken Buhari Slider, Chicken Malai Tikka, and Keema Pav. These traditional dishes are meant to be shared with family and friends, making it a social and communal experience. The platter includes a selection of appetizers, main courses, and desserts and is perfect for sharing with family and friends.

Customers are encouraged to make reservations during the busy Iftar period.

Reservations can be made by calling 052542 1937.

Mohalla looks forward to welcoming you and your family this Ramadan. 

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