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Mumtaz Mahal Restaurant

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Mumtaz Mahal is considered to be the finest Indian Restaurant in Muscat. Located behind the Qurum Natural Park on a hill top, the restaurant overlooks the city. The restaurant serves its customer with various tasty and mouthwatering Indian cuisine since 1980.



The restaurant holds an extensive menu for the food lovers.



Machli Masaledar, Chennai Murg, Murg Methi Kebab are some of the must try starters. Vegeterian customers can try the vegeterian course. For the main course fish and lobsters are worth tasting along with some sweet dishes like Gajar Ka Halwa or Gulab Jamun to end your meal with.



Mumtaz Mahal is spacious with 120-seat and is beautifully designed with heavy wooden decors, giving it a classy ambience. Savor your dining experience while being serenaded by ghazal singers and musicians playing traditional Indian romantic music.



Mumtaz Mahal has been serving excellent food ever since 1984. It won the Oman Today Best Restaurant Award for Indian cuisine thrice, and its views over the city are as good as its food. It boasts a main dining room, banquet hall and two lawns that can hold a combined figure of more than 1,500 diners. The restaurant specialises in north Indian Mughlai cuisine, made from recipes it does not usually give out. Try these select six at home and follow this up with a visit to the restaurant – and the Awards ceremony on December 13 to see if it wins, again.



Recipes here include a spiced potato salad garnished with fresh pomegranate and a lamb preparation that men from Punjab love. It is also a classic example of the art of bhunao (a way of stir-frying) in Indian cooking and a signature dish by chefs Nambi and Rawat. Other delicacies include fish with ajwain and chicken breasts stuffed with cumin-flavoured paneer. Your meal is best rounded off with Indian ice cream, a creamy preparation with saffron and pistachio.


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Mumtaz Mahal Restaurant

04/02/2019

Mumtaz Mahal Restaurant, Muscat, Oman

Working Hours : Lunch, Dinner, Late Night

Must Try : Scenic view, Romantic, Large groups, Kids, Special occasions, Families with children, Business meetings

Features:
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar

Address :
+968 24 605907

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