Food: Bukhara – a traditional Indian haunt in the heart of Kempinski Ajman

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Having heard quite a bit about this acclaimed Indian restaurant, we decided to visit the Kempinski Ajman and it was well worth the drive. We left content while contemplating the next scrumptious visit!

The restaurant itself has a rustic authentic feel to it with a focus on wooden interiors and tapestries hanging from every corner! There is an open kitchen where you can see every part of the cooking process including the tandoor oven! The team is headed up by Head Chef Manoj who is doing a brilliant job.

Before we get to the food a little fact: in Bukhara, apart for serving, there is no cutlery provided so get ready to get your hands dirty. Also instead of napkins they have aprons so don’t worry about getting your clothes dirty 🙂 Since there was so much we wanted to try we got mixed platters with a bit of everything!

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