During our stay at the Chedi we dined here three times. An interesting restaurant with inside and outside space offering a choice of four cuisines – Arabic, Indian, Asian and Contemporary. Inside there is a piano player, a bar serving great cocktails and open cooking stations which allow you to see food preparation at first hand.
The mains are separated into four cuisines whilst starters are mixed together but offer a good variety. We particularly liked the Asian platter (10.5 OMR) and the Tandoori Pigeon whilst the Tom Yum Koong (15 OMR) was too spicy. Our favourite mains were the Lobster Szechuan (18.5 OMR) and the Ribeye (18.5 OMR).
Make sure you leave space for wonderful Macrons (walnut and pistachio are very good) and the choice of desserts. Price wise on a par with a top end London restaurant and well worth a visit (we preferred to the Beach Restaurant at the Chedi).
Only complaint – service too quick and the main course arrived almost at the same time as the plates for the starter were cleared. On our next visit we selected our mains once we had eaten the starter which meant we had room for a pud as well!
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