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Zafran (Mirdif City Centre)
First Floor
Mirdif City Centre

Cuisine: Indian

+971 4 284 0987 | +971 50 102 6763
Hours : Sun - Wed: 12pm - 10:30pm
Thu - Sat: 12pm - 11:30pm

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Zafran offers contemporary Indian cuisine in a modern, vibrant setting, with a competitively priced menu that combines Indian cooking techniques with international ingredients. The menu has been inspired by internationally acclaimed, Michelin-starred Chef, Atul Kochhar, who is renowned for reinventing Indian cooking and the way people perceive Indian food, and will be crafted by Zafran’s own Chef, Ankur Chakraborty.
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1 Posted by saloooo over a year ago  
One of the best Indian foods that you can get from Mirdif City centre. We ordered for aloo tikki with chickpeas, garlic naan, lassi and trio Kulfi. I seriously loved the presentation. Loved the taste although it took abit for the food to arrive. The kulfi was so delicious. Highly recommend this place
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2 Posted by Khulu over a year ago  
if u wana hav good indian food ..head into here! Good service tooo!! We went on weekend so had to wait for the food to arrive abit ..but was worth!! Good presentation of food!! Overall good experience!!
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3 Posted by aziza over a year ago  
It was a very good experience to be at Zafran, good atmosphere, good staff and amazing food. The staff is very friendly and i just loved the Trio kulfi the presentation of this desert was very nice. I would surely recommend Zafran. :)
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4 Posted by ajfa over a year ago  
Reading the newspaper reviews and seeing the accompanying photos of the fiery orange, red and black deco of this recently opened restaurant in Mirdiff City Center, I just had to try it out this weekend. But sadly, I was a little disappointed at both, the food and the service. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t as good as I had expected either. The servers looked tensed and were rushing all the time, and served us water without asking what drinks we wanted to order. All this was a little understandable, since the restaurant was running in its initial few weeks, but they better get used to it soon, because it was making us really uncomfortable. The food was regular, not out-of-the-ordinary tasty. My husband and I ordered Tawa Murg, Rogan Josh and Murg Makhni with Naan. All were standard fare, served in portions you find similar in any other Indian restaurant. I wouldn’t go there if I were to treat someone to authentic, finger-licking Indian food. I can count far too many Indian restaurants around town where I can get much tastier food, for lot less price.
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5 Posted by over a year ago  
If you’re looking for a place, with good Indian food in the Mirdif area I would definitely recommend Zafran. Although, located amidst the retail stores of Mirdif City Center, the soft lighting and instrumental music create a peaceful ambience. Upon arriving at Zafran, we requested for a table for two, and were promptly seated. The staff were friendly and helpful, especially in terms of food recommendations. We were served our drinks and appetizers (aaloo tikki with chickpeas) in quick time, and we were particularly impressed with the presentation of the food. I definitely suggest trying one of the lassis (traditional Indian butter milk). For the main course, we ordered the yellow dal, the zafrani prawns and the butter chicken, along with some garlic naan and onion kulcha. The prawns were fantastic, and I would highly recommend ordering them when you visit. In addition, the dal and chicken were also delicious, however if you are the kind of person who enjoys your Indian food spicy then I would advise requesting them to make it more spicy. The food, in general, was also lighter than other Indian restaurants, which is a definite positive. For dessert, we ordered the gulab jamun with yoghurt cheesecake, a perfect fusion of the east and west. Overall, it was an enjoyable Friday lunch, although we did need to take an extended walk around the mall after gorging on all that delicious food!
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