Indian fine dining Masala Library to come to Dubai

Jiggs Kalra restaurant to make international debut at Radisson Royal

Indian fine dining restaurant Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra is set to open in Dubai in August.
Indian fine dining restaurant Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra is set to open in Dubai in August.

Indian fine dining restaurant Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra is set to make its international debut at Radisson Royal Hotel, Dubai in August.

The restaurant serves ‘progressive Indian food’, using modern culinary techniques such as molecular gastronomy and presentation styles to offer an avant-garde dining experience for guests.

The cuisine served at Masala Library is a result of more than 40 years of research by Jiggs Kalra, and the menu is split into ‘Progressive Indian Cuisine’, ‘The Kebab Trail’, and ‘The Curry Tour’.

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The menu at the Dubai outlet will blend Arabic flavours and local influences with Indian dishes. With an emphasis on incorporating local ingredients, combined with imported products and customised equipments, carefully balanced spices and modern culinary techniques, the dishes on offer will retain their flavours and authenticity.

One of the highlights at the restaurant will be the specially-crafted Chef’s Tasting Menu, where guests can try all of the chef’s recommendations, individually portioned, with the option of paired wines.

 

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