Saleem’s Of Delhi is well known for it’s Mughlai cuisine for the last three decades back in Delhi, India. The first branch of Saleem’s Of Delhi was opened in 1977. Now Dubai can experience the authentic Mughlai delicacies at Saleem’s Of Dubai.
Located at the bustling Karama area, the restaurant is of mid size- not big, and too small either. The decor is done up very well. The interiors are Mughal inspired. Loved the paintings, wood carvings on the walls, beautiful and colorful furniture and chandelier s. The atmosphere will take you back to the Mughal era.
As the theme of the night was Mughal and all of us got a chance to strike a pose in Saleem’s and Anarkali’s themed outfits. There was live music, I especially loved the tabla performance by a solo tabla artist.
Kumbh Tikka is the mushroom stuffed with garlic and cheese and done in tandoor style. It was done to perfection with right amount of spice.
Dal Bukhara or dal makhani was okay. It didn’t taste extraordinary, needs improvement, if you ask me.
We were also served a variety of Rotis(Indian bread) that were good.
They also served a Mutton Biryani. I can’t comment on that as I am a vegetarian.
Kesar Firni is the popular rice pudding flavored with saffron and served in clay pot.
Kulfi was awesome and everyone’s favorite that evening. It was creamy, rich and extremely delicious. A must-try dessert at Saleem’s.
Overall, I had a nice experience. Saleem’s Of Delhi offers more options to non vegetarians. The pricing is reasonable and affordable. If you are looking for Mughlai cuisine then, you can consider visiting Saleem’s Of Delhi.