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Boast­ing a 200-year-old legacy that can be traced back to the Nawab of Awadh (the rulers of Awadh, a state in north In­dia), the Qureshi name is linked to tal­ented mas­ter chefs and renowned food busi­nesses. Its pa­tri­arch is cred­ited with in­tro­duc­ing the ‘stand-up tan­door’ con­cept and re­viv­ing ‘dum’ (slow oven) cui­sine. Now, Qureshi Malaysia de­liv­ers that culi­nary ex­per­tise here in the form of au­then­tic North In­dian Fron­tier cui­sine.

The brightly lit en­vi­ron­ment speaks of royal re­splen­dence with vel­vet arm­chairs and crisp white linen ar­ranged neatly be­neath an ex­pan­sive cop­per dome, ca­pa­ble of seat­ing 80 peo­ple. The glass-en­cased tan­door/grill pro­vides unique din­ing en­ter­tain­ment as guests can watch their or­ders pre­pared right in front of them.

Dine like the In­dian roy­alty upon sig­na­ture dishes such as the Gosht Bir yani (bas­mati rice cooked with spice-flavoured mut­ton) and Raan E Qureshi (mar­i­nated and char­grilled leg of lamb). All dishes ser ved use the same recipes and spice blends as other Qureshi branches world­wide, en­sur­ing an au­then­tic ex­pe­ri­ence wher­ever you go. Ground Floor, East Wing, TPC Kuala Lumpur, 10 Jalan 1/70D, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03-2011 1007

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