News & Special

PRAWNS PILAF – Al Saray Silom

Whether known as PRAWNS PILAF or PRAWNS PILAU, long grain basmati rice is cooked with prawns, fresh vegetables and Indian herbs and spices. Then it’s tenderly baked over a low flame before being served with boondi raita and a garnish of roasted almonds, fresh coriander, mint & sirka onions. If that sounds tempting, just wait till you try our Chef Sam’s own specially rich and colorful version!   . . . Available at Al Saray Silom only

Promotion of April 2019

Lamb Kofta with Potatoes in Tomato Sauce is a hearty Lebanese casserole of Kofta with potatoes and tomatoes in a perfectly seasoned tomato sauce, served for maximum satisfaction over white vermicelli rice.

Promotion of March 2019

Indian-style Pan-fried Sea Bass Fillet is marinated with Indian spices and served on a bed of chana masala and tandoori paratha, plus a garnish of fresh chopped coriander, pea sprouts and fried red chili. It’s rich and filling – but you can indulge yourself confident that it’s loaded with nutrients, too!

Promotion of February 2019

Highlight of the month at Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine is perhaps the most luxurious way ever to enjoy a “drumstick”.  In Bharwan Murgh Tangdi, a stuffed chicken leg flavored with aromatic Indian spices is slow cooked, then served with maa ki dal, jeera pulao and three garnishes: fresh cream, a little watercress and pickled onion.

Promotion of January 2019

Lamb also gets special treatment at Al Saray Fine Lebanese and Indian Cuisine, where the highlight of the month is a rich stew with lamb, yogurt and onions, known as Shakriyeh. The name denotes superior luxury, reserved for festive occasions. What could be better in this season of the year? Enjoy seeing how our Shakriyeh is cooked here 

Promotion of December 2018

Pan Fried Seabass marinated with Indian spices, your sea bass is served in an irresistible combination with mixed vegetable masala, beetroot ketchup and spinach chutney, garnished with Tarragon leaves and more.

Promotion of November 2018

Freekeh with Lamb is an authentic classic from the Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa. The browned meat is boiled to produce a hearty broth, which in turn is used to cook the green wheat cereal known as Freekeh.  The result is a simple but wonderfully filling dish with the added bonus of protein, fiber and loads of other healthful nutrients.