Sharm-El-Sheikh, the resort that brought the Red Sea its international recognition as one of the world's most extraordinary diving destinations, has now added one more attraction — the Mughal Mahal – Sharm El Sheikh, Everyone's first choice Indian Mughlai restaurant.
Located just off the sands, Mughal Mahal, the iconic Kuwait-based brand opened in Sharm El-Sheikh in May 2010.Now designated a Superbrand in Kuwait, the brand has brought its over three decades of culinary experience and refinement to the shores of Sharm El Sheikh.
Standing apart from the crowd of French, Italian and Oriental restaurants, pizzerias, gelaterias and cafeterias that line the streets of this idyllic holiday resort, Mughal Mahal, with its unique ambience of design and decoration, is now the place to dine and entertain your friends after a day down by the beach.
Good food is the forte at Mughal Mahal; transforming that food into appetizing dishes garnished with impeccable service and unrivalled ambience is what makes dining at the restaurant an experience nonpareil.
Designed along a traditional Rajasthani theme that borrows extensively from the Indian state of Rajasthan, the new restaurant with its vast terrace space and scenic view can accommodate over 200 guests inside and outside. Signature Indian Mughlai dishes are served in an elegant and sophisticated ambience that harks back to the days of the Raj in India.
The new restaurant, which caters to the extensive number of tourists and expats who throng Sharm El Sheikh, as well as to locals, has carved a niche for itself through its unrivalled food quality and exceptional level of service. At Mughal Mahal the quality of food is a commitment, hospitality a tradition and customer satisfaction the ultimate goal.
We invite you to come visit our new restaurant and taste our exquisite fare, our enchanting ambience and our excellent service, so that you may wholeheartedly recommend our venue as a must visit in your tour promotions.
About Mughlai cuisine
Mughlai Cuisine, a trendy Asian cuisine that has gained popularity world over, is made up of a rich buffet of main dishes and an array of flavorful accompaniments. This characteristic cooking style, while liberally borrows elements from Persian, Turkish and other Central Asian cuisines, exhibits strong influences that reflect the style and splendor of 16th century imperial kitchens of the Mughal Empire.
Popular dishes like kebabs, koftas, kormas, tikkas, pilafs and biriyanis are names reminiscent of their Persian origin. Varying from none spicy and mild to really spicy, many of the exotic dishes of Mughlai cuisine have tastes that are associated with the distinctive aroma of authentic herbs and ground and whole spices while imparting the tantalizing taste of butter, dried fruits and nuts.