Located in the fashionable quarters of Dubai Design District, Mohalla is an intimate and soulful experience with Indian street food and comfort food from all corners of India. Mohalla is ingrained with authentic Indian flavors, vibrant colors and enhanced with signature attention to detail, eclectic crockery, and rhythmic music.
The word Mohalla resonates across most languages and cultures, carrying meaning in Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Uzbeki dialects. A reference to my neighborhood or my community, Mohalla, was conceived as an ode to the community neighborhoods of India.
Mohalla offers experiences of unexplored food from rural places of India – to educate not only residents from the expatriate population but also the Indians – about the lost cuisines and rich culinary culture of India.
Outside, there’s ample seating on wooden benches and chairs with patterned cushions. Inside, there are Scandinavian-style wooden tables, high-backed wooden weaved chairs mixed with squashy fabric benches underneath a huge wall art mural of India’s bustling market streets. The ceiling is adorned with an array of hanging lights, the menus have been given a huge injection of personality from designers and staff that are friendly and welcoming giving you the warm Mohalla community experience.