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mughalai Restaurants in Surat

(7 Restaurants found)
Cost for Two: ₹500.00
Surat-Navsari Road, Lajpor, Surat, Gujarat
Chhote Miyan Restaurant
Cost for Two: ₹350.00
Beside Sahyog Petroleum, Opp. New Central Jail, S.H.No. 6,Lajpor, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹600.00
Surat-Navsari Highway, Near Sachin, Lajpor, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹550.00
Opp Surat railway Station, Railway Station Main Road, Near Mohan Mitai,, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹500.00
Hotel Alfa, Next to Jain Dharmshala, Opp. Surat Railway Station, Surat Station, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹800.00
1st Floor, Dawer Chambers, Ring Road, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹500.00
Food Court, VR Mall, Dumas Rd, New Magdalla, Surat, Gujarat

The imperial kitchens of the Mughal Empire developed the Mughlai cooking style which is known by Mughlai cuisine. It has a deep impact of the cooking styles used in Northern India (especially Uttar Pradesh and Delhi), Pakistan, Bangladesh and the Indian city of Hyderabad. The cuisine is highly influenced by the Persian cuisine of Iran, and has in turn highly influenced the regional cuisines of Kashmir and the Punjab region. The tastes of Mughlai cuisine defers from extremely mild to spicy, and is also associated with a distinctive aroma and the taste of ground and whole spices. Main course dishes with a variety of accompaniments, is an elaborate buffet of a Mughlai course. The names of the dishes are mainly Persian, which is the official language of the Mughal court. Dishes include different types of kebabs, kofta (meatballs), nihari, pulao and biryani. To fulfill the vegetarian dietary requirements Paneer is used.