Derived from the term King of Kings, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray’s signature North Indian restaurant – Amala – has introduced Shaheenshahi - the biggest thali on Palm Jumeirah.
Weighing a whopping 13 kilogrammes, with over 35 delicacies in one gigantic thali, the Shaheenshahi is available at Amala, and requires advance reservations.
Reflecting back on the timeless delicacies of the Mughal dynasty, guests are in for a trip to the culinary journey of the Mughals.
The thali in unlimited and includes Amala’s prominent and new Royal Mughlai dishes.
The includes Miskin Nehari (prime cuts of Indian lamb simmered for 24 hours in its own stock flavoured with brown onion and potli masala), Silbatte ke shammi (slow cooked and hand pounded lamb and lentil galettes) and Bharwan Aloo (stuffed tandoor cooked potatoes).
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray - considered the Middle East’s Leading Resort Residences by voters at the World Travel Awards - is a luxurious beachside resort located on the West Crescent of the iconic Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
The interior of the resort is inspired by the ancient palaces of Turkey and features hand-painted finishings, Turkish artworks and stunning murals that conjure up images of the Golden Age of the Ottoman Empire.
The resort boasts 405 rooms and suites, 38 Royal Residences, Multi International award-winning Talise Ottoman Spa, one of the largest and most luxurious spas in the Middle East, a Sinbads Kids Club complete with splash park, unique nightlife destination MusicHall and a collection of eight diverse restaurants which offer a vibrant selection of culinary experiences.
The resort also offers an array of motorised and non-motorised water sports, complete with private jetty offering shuttle boat transfers to and from Dubai main land.