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Taal

Based in Kuwait, Taal is a contemporary and refined inspired Indian restaurant that opened its doors in May 2006. The concept takes customers on a gastronomic journey with a wide range of delicious and alluring dishes prepared in a truly artistic and novel setting. Here at Taal, we attempt to please Read More


Location
Al Argan Complex, Al Beda Roundabout, Ta'awan Street
Area
Salmiya
Phone
+965 2225 3142
Website
http://www.taalrestaurants.com

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Recent Reviews
The food is bit heavy but tasty and the varieties are tempting with options suitable for vegetarians. The service is good and prompt. Overall recommended Read more
Visited with extended family for dinner at the avenues outlet. It was a weekday and wasn’t crowded at all. Easy space for 10 of us. Ambience is as Indian as it can get. Menu is pretty regular. The usual soups and shorbas. Starters seemed a bit different variety. The biryanis also had some interesting options. Curries also has the regular options like dal makhni , palak paneer amongst the veggies and murg makhani, mutton rogan josh, mutton vindaloo etc. coming to our order - the malai murg shorba was excellent as was the crabs soup and baby corn chicken soup. Starters - keema Samosa - nothing great here. We had lamb chops dish - was decent and had flavor. The curries were average - not something I’d go back n have. We tried purda chicken keema biryani but the spices used were overpowering the actual taste of the dish. So again an average one. also tried ceaser salad was good. Overall, only average - presentation of dishes was good but sadly lost in taste. If I’d go back it’s only for the soups and salad n kabab. Wouldn’t order the rest. Overpriced place with minimal quantity and flavor. Missing the real INDIAN taste. Hope they do something about this so it’s suits all palettes. Read more
Went out a late night. The hotel is really good both interior as well as taste wise. They follow still certain customs which makes indian to get attached to the Taal Indian.Read more
It's a cosy environment with 'booth' chairs, which we love as it makes sharing food so easy. We had 2 different kind of biryani (chicken and plain), and love them both. Free popodam is a treat. Read more
Had a late lunch. Great choices from Indian and arabic foot. Portions are large and delicious. If you order spicy food it is spicy - but even as a European you can eat it without problem. Read more