The Crossing is blurring the lines when it comes to Indian cuisine.
Dubai certainly has no shortage of options for fantastic Indian cuisine, but a new spot is looking to change diners’ perceptions when it comes to the food of the subcontinent.
Located on the ground floor of The H Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road, The Crossing takes over the space formally occupied by another Indian concept, Moombai & Co.
The Crossing presents diners with a modern dining space featuring potted greenery, colourful tiled floors, gold accents and leather seating, offering a playful backdrop that perfectly sets the scene for a menu bursting with innovation.
Featuring small plates, grills, grains and curries, guests are encouraged to forgo conventional dining practices by mixing up the dishes and eating them as desired. Designed for sharing, The Crossing’s appealing menu features food from the Rajput kitchens, hidden gems from northeast India and robust yet straightforward recipes from India’s coastline. In addition to traditional favourites, The Crossing presents a series of unique dishes not usually found in Indian restaurants that spotlight foreign influences from the Caribbean, Portugal, France and Great Britain that have historically found their way into Indian cuisine.
Expect dishes bursting with flavour, including Gunpowder Prawns (AED 85), Bengali Mustard Fish (AED 95), Caribbean Goat Curry (AED 85), Mango Curry (AED 95) and Thalassery Biryani (AED 75).
As the name suggests, this new dining destination crosses borders, cultures and culinary practices to offer something for everyone. Hungry yet?
GO: Visit www.hhoteldubai.com/dining/thecrossing/ for reservations and more information.