UAE’s Fine Dining Indian restaurant, Ananta at The Oberoi, has unveiled a new concept, brought to Dubai for the first time.
The philosophy at Ananta is to create culinary delights inspired by age old classic recipes, cooking techniques, whilst incorporating the rich cultural heritage of the Royal courts of the Nizams of Hyderabad, Nawabs of Lucknow which was formerly Awadh and the Maharajas of Rajasthan.
The menu, prepared by Chef Dirham Haque, will transform diners back to the elegant Royal courts of the medieval ages where specialised chefs namely; Aamras of Hyderabad, Rakaabdaars of Awadh and Khansamas of Rajasthan were invited to cook hundreds of exquisite dishes for the Royals. These recipes were very secretive and were only passed on to their families for centuries. The cuisine is an amalgamation of extraordinary recipes that incorporate the finest and rarest spices and ingredients which are used to evolve dishes.
To enhance the experience, paintings of the Royal courts by Raja Ravi Verma adorn the walls of Ananta.