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Kebab Bistro

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Kebab Bistro is Dubai’s first Parsi restaurant serving authentic Parsi delicacies like dhansak, patra ni macchi and lagan nu custard. It is an Indian restaurant that also serves Bombay-style street food like chaats, samosas, biryani, kebabs, curries, masala tea and sugarcane juice. Enjoy delivery ... More

Wasl Ruby Building No. R102, Zabeel Road, Behind Home Centre Building, Near Karama Post Office
Al Karama
+971 4 327 1211
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Delicious food arrived quickly. relaxed family friendly atmosphere, and courteous staff. Will visit again :)More
Kebab Bistro serves authentic Parsi dishes and some amazing kebabs. This was my first time having Parsi food in Dubai, and I must say I wasn’t disappointed at all! I was served Mint lemonade as soon as I entered; this was tasty and refreshing. Egg and chutney pattice made the Parsi way was served next. Absolutely enjoyed this dish, it was boiled egg covered with green chutney and potato, which was deep fried. This could be had as a snack or a starter. Next, three kebabs were served- Bistro seekh kebab (chicken), Bihari mutton kebab and chicken tikka boneless. All three had distinct flavours and taste. Difficult to choose which one was the best! Sali boti chicken was the next dish we tried. This is a traditional Parsi mutton curry served with golden potato shreds. This was a delicious curry which was served with chapathi. The next Parsi dish that came out was the Bistro Dhansaak mutton. Dhansak Mutton is a quintessential Parsi dish which is cooked on special occasions and festivals. It is served with caramelised rice and kachubar (cucumber onion salad). Dhansaak is made by cooking the meat with dal and other vegetables. This was indeed a delightful dish. For desserts, we had the Parsi ravo and the mandatory Parsi dessert Lagan nu Custard. Both were good, a little too sweet for my liking, but that’s just my personal opinion. I heard the others rave about the custard in particular. Good service, good ambience. The place gives you homely vibes. This Parsi restaurant should not be missed, if you are in Karama area.More
A very nice and authentic indian restaurant with a twist of parsi cuisine. they have alot of verity and fusion dishes that are absolutely dilicous but I would say they are more towards the Indian cuisine, I tried many of there dishes and ony the smell is enough to make your mouth water..More
Parsi cuisine is very much influenced by Iranian and some Indian styles of cooking. I always wanted to have the 'bun maska', that I'd often heard off in Bollywood movies, as well as the 'dhansaak' and 'sali boti', and was drawn to this little cozy restaurant in the heart of Karama, when i heard that they are known for their Parsi food. We visited on a Thursday evening, and to our surprise, it wasn't packed at all. The staff are friendly and our server helped us in making our selection. They offer a varied selection of gravies, grills, sizzlers and vegetarian options. We ordered: *Chicken Malai Boti - comes in a sizzling dish, and the chicken is very tender and flavorful. It tastes even better when paired with mint raita and tawa paratha. *Chicken Sali Boti - A signature Parsi dish. Boneless chicken cooked in runny gravy. The gravy tastes very tangy, which i found to be very different from the curry dishes served in the subcontinent that we are used to. *Mutton Dhansaak - Another signature Parsi Dish. Pieces of Mutton served in lentil gravy and served with a side of basmati rice topped with caramalised onions. This is probably the most popular Parsi dish and everyone on our table enjoyed it. *Keema par edu - Our winner for the evening was the Keema. I was immediately drawn to it having seen the picture on the menu. It's dry mutton mince topped with fried egg. The keema was spiced perfectly and something i would surely recommend. Bread options available are only Chapaati and Tawa Paratha, so in case you came hoping for naan or tandoori roti, these aren't served. For dessert, we ordered the Custard and Gajar ka Halwa . The Custard was quite similar to Creme Caramel and the serving size is good for 2-3 people. The Gajar ka Halwa was a little too sweet for my liking and the serving portion of the Halwa was quite large and can be easily shared. Overall a restaurant i wouldn't mind coming to again or recommending to my friends. PS. You can enjoy a 1+1 with the Entertainer App.More
Kebab Bistro is one of my favourite restaurants in Dubai. They have excellent Parsi food (which A rare find here), as well as kebabs. The Parsi lunch buffet on the weekend is an absolute steal! So much care goes into everything around here. Definitely recommend this place.More