Peppermill is a casual dining restaurant offering Indian cuisine with inventive recipes and alluring flavours to stimulate the palate and gratify the senses. At Peppermill they change the notion that Indian haute cuisine can only be created using age old recipes and ideas.  Each element of Peppermill upturns traditional expectations.

At Peppermill, they present you with an evolution in contemporary Indian cuisine for those who are seeking to explore beyond the ordinary and discover the full potential of Indian fine dining. They give you a glimpse of some regional classic dishes that were cooked in the royal kitchens served to Maharajas and Emperors of India with contemporary twists and unfettered modern creativity. This exquisite restaurant is ideal for intimate events and large corporate functions with elegant seating and private dining facilities. We hope you enjoy being pampered with the magic of the past and flavours of the present.

We were served Rice flakes the street style as a compliment and it took me to my college days where we gals sit and gossip with this delicious treat to oneself.

Rice Flakes

Here comes the Amouse Bousse, my favorite Pani Puri with sweet yogurt as a stuffing.

Amouse Bousse
Fattoush Ala Indie Done with mixed lettuce, cucumber ribbons, red radish, tomato, char grilled peppers, house pickled beetroots, pao crisp & feta. Served with Sumac & Honey Balsamic Dressing.

Prawn Shorba, done with Prawn bisque, poached prawns, coconut and curry. The best way to start your day, the most relishing and loaded with deliciousness.

Peppermill Chaat Platter, selection of street food ”chaat” from India, served the most modern way yet so very traditional. Got my favorite chaats on board, just ready to dig in.

Peppermill Chaat Platter

Kataifi Prawns, crispy fried and pastry wrapped prawns with mango chili salsa and salad. This was a totally different experience as the prawns was so perfectly wrapped in kataifi which left crispness on every bite.

Kataifi Prawns
Aloo Tikki Crispy fried, Sago crusted spiced potato cakes, lentil & mint filling with Chutney Drizzle.

The Nest, masala Pea crusted Chicken dumplings served with BBQ Tamarind and Yogurt.

The Nest
Tandoori Mustard Cauliflower Tandoor grilled confit of whole Cauliflower, pungent mustard and turmeric marinade with Tomato Raisin relish.

From the mains we were served –

Dal Makhani : Slow cooked black lentil simmered with tomato and butter.

Baigan Bharta : Tandoor roasted eggplant mash, Onuon & Tomato masala, Coriander & Garam Masala with Yogurt Scoop.

First Class Railway Officer’s Mutton Curry : Lamb & Potato Stew with turmeric, cinnamon & tomatoes finished with coconut milk.

Jumbo Prawn Briyani

Main Course

Nalli Roganjosh, braised baby lamb shanks curry from Kashmir, fennel, kashmiri chili and yogurt stew. O WOW the best I have ever tasted, it really melted in my mouth and the meat all juicy and delicious.

Nalli Roganjosh

Here comes my favorite the Desserts, The Sweet Shop which had my  fav sweets on board.

Gulab Jamun : done with apricot, and prune confit and mandarin rabdi.

Coconut Cream & Pepper Corn Panacotta : done with strawberry granita, fennel, thandai milk crumble and star anise flavored apricot compote.

Kesari Rasmalai : Sugar poached ricotta galletes, saffron rabdi & pistachio and cardamon shirkhand.


Lemon Ghewar Tart, fried milk lattice topped with lemon custard, rose and black pepper kulfi.


Overall it was an amazing experience amidst the Colonial Indian cuisine, its a must try place for all desi lovers and was impressed by the hospitality of the staff.

Highlights : Private Dining Area Available

Phone Numbers : 04 2881587 0543058216 Table booking recommended

Cuisines : Indian

Cost : AED 220 for two people (approx.) Cash and Cards accepted

Opening hours : 11 AM to 11 PM

Address : Level 1, Water Front, Dubai Festival City Mall, Festival City, Dubai



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