Daawat Restaurant

Description :

Invigorating your taste buds with a variety of food. Drop in if you're in mood for Chinese, Mughlai or mouth-watering street-style Chat food


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We were keen to try the “ Kebab and Biryaani fest “ at Daawat last week , but were early for the same .

6:30 pm was rather apt for chaat and chai rather than biryaani so we settled for the same .

Street food “ chaat “ that’s savoury snacks sold at roadside tracks , stalls or food trucks is a food choice that unites Indians hands down .
Mostly everybody loves chaat !

Chaat comprises of pani puri , pav bhaaji , Raj kachori etc .

My friends and I had this argument recently , as to which place serves the best chaat in Muscat .

I am sure a many of you will give me more pointers , but I agree with a friend who mentioned that Daawat ‘s pani puri is one the best in Muscat .

Pani puri or gol gappa or pani batasa , is a crispy deep fried puri with a hole in the centre thats filled with a stuffing of spiced mashed potatoes or sprouts and a sweet and sour melange of tamarind and mint watery chutneys .

An ardent fan of this snack , Daawat’s puris were bang on .
Crispy and no trace of oil , these were magical.
The stuffing wasn’t special but the puri was .
Full marks to Daawat ‘s pani puri and I ordered another plate .
You can’t just have one serving of this ....

We ordered pav bhaji that’s a mashed potato and veggie dry prep with buttered buns that’s pav .
The portion size was huge and it was good.
A delicacy of Mumbai , the flavours in this were bang on .
A slant from the routine pav bhaji that’s served everywhere here , as the masalas / spices had their own signature .
I was pleased with this too .

The Delhi Chaat which comprised of a samosa topped with chickpeas curry and chutneys could have been better if the samosa was fried before you .
It lacked the crispy texture as once dunked in the chickpea gravy and chutneys , it got soggy and couldn’t retain its crunch .

The Dahi batata poori which again starred Daawat’s delicious puris , was an outright delight .
These puris were stuffed with, sweetened whisked yoghurt , mash potatoes and chutneys and was an outright crispy and crunchy delight .

Since we reside in Bowsher , we hardly go to Ruwi for chaats , but I will now for sure stop at Daawat next .

The place is neat and clean and the staff courteous .

We spent around 5RO for all this .

Daawat Restaurant


Daawat Restaurant, Muscat, Oman

Cuisine : Indian, Asian, Chinese, Halal, Vegetarian Friendly

Working Hours : Lunch, Dinner

Delivery, Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts Credit Cards

Address :
+968 24 707722

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