Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar is well known for crafting and delivering exceptional culinary experiences. This experience showcases a journey from Tenjiku to Tokyo featuring signature Rang Mahal spice combinations paired with Indian Pale ale, Sake and Wines.
Where: Rang Mahal, JW Marriott Marquis Dubai.
Perfect for: Delicious Indian Fine Dining
Tenjiku to Tokyo menu:
- Chowk kee Aloo Chaat (Potato cake, seasoned yoghurt, tamarind chutney and grated radish)
- Bhuna Baigan aur Simla Mirch (Roasted aubergine, peppers and burrata cheese, coriander, garlic and kasuri salt)
- Lasooni Scallops (Scottish scallops, caramelized garlic and textures of cauliflower)
- -Meen Moilley Line
- (caught sea bass “Atul’s signature’’ turmeric and coconut curry with mustard tempered potatoes)
- Limbu Rubiyan(Gulf shrimp, green lime, fresh Indian herbs and green korma sauce)
- Tandoori Murgh and Kori Kempu (Marinated chicken tikka in Kashmiri paprika Southern spiced chicken with tomato and curry leaf chutney)
- Gosht Boti Korma (Braised lamb fillets, farm vegetables and saffron spiced jus)
- Homemade Berry Sorbet
- Dessert Canvas (Delicious selection of our most intriguing desserts painted at your table side)
Service: Each and every staff was very well versed with each and every dish & explained to us the Tenjiku to Tokyo concept very well. Extremely helpful & kind.
What we loved: Every dish was so intensely flavored, we just had to finish every last bit. We usually don’t prefer set menus but the Tenjiku to Tokyo one is actually a really good set of delicious dishes put together. We loved how every dish was different from the other and how they had a different twist to it but the dish still remained Indian. The Bhuna Baihan aur Simla Mirch which is basically roasted eggplant, peppers, burrata cheese, basil with a sprinkle of kasuri salt. This was just a very scrumptious dish that I would eat over and over again. The burrata was the key as you don’t expect burrata in an Indian dish but it was mixed with just the right ingredients. Additionally, the Limbu Runiyan, which was the shrimp with lime placed on a green korma sauce was out of this world. The shrimp dipped across the sauce is just so mouthwatering, you never want the dish to get over. What we also liked was the quantity of portions, they were perfect, not too much, not too little, but just the right amount. As soon as you reach dessert you are just the right amount of full and satisfied! The homemade berry sorbet, is one of the best sorbets we have had, we usually dislike the taste of different sorbets due to the strong texture, but this one specifically was very refreshing, full of taste, and definitely not too strong. The dessert canvas was without a doubt the highlight of the night. The quality of chocolate on the canvas along with the fresh kulfi was beyond delicious. When the chef started the canvas on our table we didn’t expect it to turn out the way it would. We were pretty surprised on how it looked and tasted, we fell in love with it!
What we didn’t like as much: The scallops were slightly over cooked that made it a bit hard to chew on. Other than that, there wasn’t anything that left a bad taste.
Ambiance: In love with the ambiance. It’s just such a cozy, snapchat worthy setting that you don’t want to leave. Absolutely gorgeous and quite a large place, we fell in love with the interiors. It was a mix of couples and families.
6pm – 10pm Daily at AED345/- (AED 545/- including Wine Pairing)
#TSDreviewsRangMahal: 3.7 / 4.0
Contact: Rang Mahal