The chef defines her cuisine as a combination of cultures, philosophies and cooking techniques. Sourced from local purveyors and the Gulf waters, our food is inspired by the Awadhi style of cooking – the art of cooking over a slow fire, with the subtle use of spices and herbs to create delicate flavors. Some of the food is also cooked in traditional clay ovens, or tandoors, in the style of the Indian North-West Frontier Province. Our dishes are inventive but authentic to the traditions and style of north Indian cuisine.
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June · Married on 04/05/2014
We had both the Ceremony and Reception at Kiran's. The owner and Chef Kiran and all her team were a joy to work with.Sent on 04/07/2014
They took all the stress out of the planning and delivered everything on time and always doubled checked to ensure that they were doing everything the just way we wanted it done.
For us from the first time we went to this restaurant it was love at first bite. We took our daughter and son in law here to celebrate their engagement and, they too fell in love with the food and ambience so this was the obvious choice for their wedding venue.
All of our guest only had very good things to say about the food and the service. All the staff is very well trained and attentive to the needs of the guest. Chef Kiran adds her own personal touch by coming in and mingling and ensures that everyone get what they need.
If you have never visited this establishment and love Indian Food, then you are missing out on visiting a gem.