From fragrant curries to tandoori-grilled meats, Kareem’s serves the best of Indian cuisine at its Friday brunch buffet held every week from 11am until 3.30pm.
Kareem’s, a popular Indian restaurant in the capital, brings a hint of spice to a typical Abu Dhabi weekend with the launch of its Friday brunch buffet for just AED69 net per person.
Located on the first floor of Ramada Hotel Abu Dhabi on Mina Street, Kareem’s is popular for its kebabs, curries and biryanis – all of which will be a part of the lavish buffet spread available from 11am until 3.30pm every Friday.
As an introductory offer, Kareem’s hosts Golden Wednesdays for the early birds. Guests who reserve their table on the Wednesday prior to the brunch can do so at a reduced price of AED 65 per person.
Rajesh Devadas, Executive Chef at Ramada Hotel Abu Dhabi said: “At Kareem’s, we want to take our guests on a journey across India through the traditional dishes from different regions of the country.
The theme of our brand-new Friday brunch is ‘ghar ka khaana’, which means ‘food from home’ in Hindi. We create a nostalgic feel for those who are away from home with typical dishes that you would find in an Indian kitchen.”
What’s for breakfast
For breakfast, there are cold varieties which include yoghurt-based dishes like curd rice, as well as assorted Indian sandwiches, and salads with masala corn and red kidney beans.
In the hot selection, there are North-Indian breakfast favourites like aloo paratha (potato-stuffed bread) and pav bhaji (a thick vegetable curry served with soft bread rolls), as well as traditional South-Indian dishes like idli-sambar (rice cakes with lentil stew) and uttappam (a savoury rice-based pancake).
The brunch also features a bakery station with croissants, muffins, Danish pastries, and toast with jam and butter.
The main dish
For those who haven’t filled up on breakfast treats or have just walked in at lunchtime, a tempting selection of main dishes await – including the Kareem’s signature chicken biryani.
Start your main meal with the Bangalore chicken kebab and Ajwaini fish tikka. Try the snacks on offer like Punjabi samosas and the variety of vadas (lentil-based doughnuts).
Popular curries on the a la carte menu – Mutton Lahori and Fish Molee – are part of the buffet along with vegetarian favourites like paneer tikka masala and dum ki dal, which are best combined with a side of rice or bread.
Wash down your meal with traditional beverages like karak tea, South Indian filter coffee, rose milk, lemon juice or masala chaas (buttermilk). Finish your dining experience at Kareem’s with some Indian and international desserts.
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