2013-09-07 21:22:14 - Indian restaurant Moti Mahal Tandoori Trail, known for its famous Tandoori Cuisine, opened a franchise in Oman on the 15th of August’13. Having started in 1947 in Delhi, the restaurant has more than 150 franchises around the globe. One gets to experience the elegance of old India with a subtle contemporary essence in not only the ambience but also the food. They are well known for inventing the Butter Chicken, Dal Makhni and the Tandoori cuisine.
Moti Mahal Tandoori Trail brings its old world charm and the smoky flavours of the tandoor to Muscat, Oman. Ambassador of India, J.S. Mukul, the guest of honour, inaugurated the restaurant on the 15th Aug’2013, by cutting a ribbon and releasing a culinary book on the occasion.
Having more than 150 franchises globally, it was first established in 1920 in Pakistan and after the partition Mr.Kundan Lal Gujral, re-established in Delhi. Moti Mahal introduces Muscat to the ambrosial Tandoori Cuisine with a wide variety of glorious meats and fabulous flatbreads to choose from. Monish Gujral, the Managing Director of the chain, a celebrated author and chef has added a contemporary essence to the old dining experience along with robust flavours of
North India. He also released his cookbook “On the Kebab Trail” during the event. Moti Mahal Delux Tandoori Trail is a tribute to his grand Father the founder of Moti Mahal and the inventor of “Tandoori Chicken” and “Butter Chicken”.
“Moti Mahal is driven by the imperative mission of preserving the authenticity of true North Indian cuisine, with its trademark substratum of Punjabi-Pathani flavours. Through our expansion plans we intend not only to expand our empire, but extend the reach of the original north Indian flavors” said Gujral.
Besides its signature butter chicken, Burra Kebab, Chicken Pakora, Chicken Tikka Achari, Its menu also caters to the vegetarian palate with equal choice from dishes such as Makhamali panir tikka, Makhani Panir, Dal Moti Mahal and Subz Sizzler etc. The Makhani section which includes dishes made of cream and butter gravy like Butter Chicken, Daal Makhani, and Paneer Makhani are a must have for those who haven’t yet discovered North Indian Cuisine.
Although the huge variety of kebabs on the menu is a major attraction, its Tandoori Chicken, Butter Chicken and Dal Makhni are the trinity on common demand.
The ambience has a contemporary and charismatic charm to it. Adorned with photos and souvenirs of Moti Mahal’s culinary journey. The restaurant can seat a hundred and also has banquet halls. What more, one can even order in for a home delivery service.
From a wide range of delectable epicurean delights to pick from the place, makes for a memorable dining experience for the patrons of tandoori cuisine.