Ravi Restaurant, Dubai

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Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Lassis are only a morning item alas and the fridge holds mostly western soft drinks except for the omnipresent "thumsup" (sic), a very popular drink in Pakistan and India (AED 3.15 or around $1AUD each). Menu items are slightly more expensive than detailed on the menu by AED1/$0.30AUD or so. There's also a Chinese Indian section on the menu (we didn't try this).

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Mixed naan AED 7.35 ($2.50AUD), Butter Rogni naan AED 2.10 ($0.72AUD)

We order a mix of things and they all come out quickly and all together. The mixed naan is delightful and is filled generously, the spongey bread just begging for a curry sauce. The butter naan comes out with raised dots and this gives it a lovely texture.

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Mutton Peshwari AED 23.10/$8AUD

I dip the bread into the mutton peshwari. In Dubai mutton is goat, not lamb and the bone in goat pieces are soft although bony (not an issue for me but if you don't like meat on the bone you might want to avoid it).

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Mutter Paneer AED 16/$5.54AUD

We ordered some daal as well as mutter paneer which is a pea and paneer cheese curry with a rich, flavoursome sauce.

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Fish Biryani AED 21/$7.28AUD

Fish biryani is a bed of rice cloaking a large, soft spiced fish fillet.

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Chicken Achar AED 25.20/$8.73AUD

We also enjoy the chicken achar with plenty of ginger as well as chilli, turmeric and garlic. I raelly wish I could have taken some to eat on the plane with me.

Ravi Restaurant Dubai

Reshmi Kebab AED 21/$7.28AUD

Another favourite is the Reshmi kebab is a spiced, herbed chicken mince kebab.

NQN visited Dubai as a guest of Dubai Tourism but all opinions remain her own.

Ravi

Al Karama Dubai
Ph: 04 357 6665