A Spectacular Indian Restaurant Is Throwing Open Its Doors For Iftar For The First Time

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Adventurous foodies take note, a thoroughly unique Indian restaurant that's already making waves on the Dubai food scene is hosting an iftar.

Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra serves up creative Indian cuisine in the newly opened JW Marriott Marquis Dubai.

And this Ramadan you can experience a fully-fledged feast at the restaurant for just AED195.

Ramadan Kareem! Take the opportunity to visit Masala Library during the Holy Month

The restaurant itself is the brainchild of food columnist, Jiggs Kalra

Dubbed 'The King of Indian Cuisine', Masala Library is a modern exploration of traditional Indian cooking. Every dish comes beautifully presented, a contemporary representation of dishes Kalra and his son discovered in kitchens across India, bringing new life to old dishes.

Go for the buzz of a new restaurant that's reputation already speaks for itself and stay for the dishes that are simply made to be photographed.

Masala Library is hosting its first ever iftar

And you can expect a unique set-menu which promises to be a variety of sensational Indian cuisine.

Your journey starts with a dates granola amuse-bouche, before you venture into mushroom chai soup, melon caviar and tandoori lamb chops (non-veg) while veggies can look forward to one of the menu highlights, a crisp banana, asparagus pepper, and leaf curry challi... and that's just for starters!

For mains, whet your appetite with jhol butter masala and chicken lahor (non-veg), and korma masala garam, kofta chestnut water crusted almond (veg). Plus, a wholeee lot more.

Offering veg and non-veg options, and open to all ages, prepare for a feast that will wow you and your guests this Ramadan.

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The important bits

When? Sunset until 8.30pm

Where? Masala Library, JW Marriott Marquis Dubai

How much?

Non-vegetarian menu: AED 230 per person, including Ramadan juices
Vegetarian: AED 195 per person, including Ramadan juices

Written By

Casey Fitzgerald

Outside of writing for Lovin Dubai, you'll find Casey inhaling hummus, making a constant stream of terrible puns and running around in circles.