Restaurant Review: Indian fusion food at Tandoor Tina
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Restaurant Review: Indian fusion food at Tandoor Tina

Restaurant Review: Indian fusion food at Tandoor Tina

Nestled in prime location in Trade Centre area, Tandoor Tina is an Indian fusion restaurant, specialising in North Indian cuisines

Zubina Ahmed

Inspired by a journey through the colourful bloom of an endless Indian summer, not long ago a team of dreamers stood before a tandoor oven and dared to dream. They celebrated the recipes refined over decades with love, freshness, quality ingredients, bold, bright flavours and with a specialty to grill, char, smoke and sear their food over the fire on the grill and tandoor oven. The team has gathered once more, deciding to step away from a British Indian menu and delve into the more nostalgic notes of contemporary Indian cuisine. This time with a sole focus on reviving the the smell and taste of exotic and carefree travels, and a more modern and progressive style located within the trendiest spot in town, the 25hours Hotel One Central.

Nestled in prime location in Trade Centre area, Tandoor Tina is an Indian fusion restaurant, specialising in North Indian cuisines. The location is colourful and nostalgic with amazing indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the beautiful Museum of the Future.Their inventive take on the new dishes will continue to honour the travels of Tina as her whimsiness for textures and aromas continue to take flight, seamlessly combining authenticity with modernity.  The menu include Indian favourites with alongside some familiar & traditional Arabic dishes. The food served here is absolutely wonderful & presentation of each & every dish is a piece of art.

Pink accents, floral ceramics, pastel hues, luscious botanicals, soft furnishings and vividly patterned fabric simply made the place stunning. Once you step into the warm space bursting with the energy of light, the interiors present a diversity and variety, as inspired by the theme of royal Rajasthan.


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As a vibrant new concept, Tandoor Tina takes diners on an exciting culinary journey that is designed to impress. The food is the perfect fusion of Indian flavours with mouthwatering taste and a focus on flame-oriented cooking. The okra chips served with grape and mint chutney, and spicy mango salad are new signature starters, and the 25-hour murgh malai baby chicken, and charcoal sea bream ring of smoky heartiness. A vegetarian charred smoked butternut squash served with smoked aioli topped with coconut and forest Honey is exquisite. 

Finger-licking flavourful butter chicken served with plain white basmati rice is highly recommended. Another best on the menu was the chargrilled lamb biryani – aromatic and delicious served with coconut raita. A guaranteed must-try is the coal roasted red snapper. The banana leaf keeps the snapper delicate and tender; a nostalgic dish with our Tandoor Tina’s modern take. The black pepper prawns and veal tomahawk promise a richness to highlight the meal, before sealing it withdesserts like the signature coconut kheer served with a fresh mango sorbet, rose and pistachios, a decadent peanut butter pie with milk fudge to name a few.

The terrace is a secluded tropical garden complete with ample seating and an alfresco kitchen ready to highlight every sense of the dining experience while paying justice to all dishes and ingredients to satisfy every occasion and palate. In addition, Tandoor Tina’s guests can dine among the lights this Diwali and enjoy a delicious menu. The restaurant has two exciting menus, one vegetarian and one non-vegetarian priced at Dhs150 and Dhs200 respectively. Diners can visit for lunch or dinner, from October 17 to 24.

For bookings and reservations: email [email protected] or call on +971 4 210 2500

Opening hours:  

Monday to Thursday 12 pm – 12 am

Friday to Sunday between 12 pm – 1 am

Address: Ground Floor – 25hours Hotel One Central – Trade Center St – Dubai

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