Laung by Peppermill: Luxurious Indian dining in the heart of Abu Dhabi

The newly launched fine dining restaurant offers Indian cuisine with inventive recipes presented in super-stylish manner.

What- Restaurant Laung by Peppermill

Where-  Abu Dhabi

Cuisine- Indian

Cost of meal for two-  AED 150

Must try- Pani puri, Samosa chaat, Paneer ki subzi, vegetable biryani

Laung by Peppermill is built to give its guests a luxurious dining experience and ambience in the heart of the capital city. Enjoy refreshing mocktails overlooking the soothing and tranquil vistas of Abu Dhabi Corniche.

The menu consists of an array of handcrafted mocktails, with a hint of home back in India to complement the fine dining experience. Mocktails which each require an introduction of their own, starting with, ‘Virgin Sangria,’ that is made from fresh fruit juices to provide the optimum flavour. ‘Thirsty Crow’ is an excellent mix of cucumber with in-house syrups. ‘Sun Downer,’ an ideal combination of orange and pineapple juice with a touch of grenadine. ‘Green Rabbit,’ an immunity booster with a combination of fresh carrots and mango for the healthy you, and many more.

You’re in for a visual treat, as the restaurant is designed with the perfect blend of contemporary art decor, a few Indian influences, complemented with modern sophistication.

Renowned for its specialization in slow-cooked Indian cuisines akin to those created by Indian Maharajas in the early 1800s, Laung by Peppermill takes their guests on a culinary voyage, yielding impeccable service that allows you to have an enchanting dining experience. This culinary expedition awaits visitors with the tagline of ‘India on a Plate,’ serving you pure, authentic and decadent dishes brimming with flavours, spices and love for India.

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Bandana Jain
Bandana Jain is a seasoned lifestyle and travel journalist for the past two decades. Also a blogger, she loves pursuing modelling as a hobby. She has also ventured into the realms of anchoring and public speaking. When she is not pursuing any of the above, you can find her chilling by the beach or in park with her favourite cup of masala chai. Travelling is her passion, creativity her morale booster and enriching conversations give her the necessary thrust in life.