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New branch of TAAL Restaurant opens at The Avenues Mall
October 22, 2015, 2:06 pm

Bold flavors, the freshest of ingredients and exotic spices, as well as world-class standards in hygiene, ambience and service,  make the new branch of TAAL at The Avenues Mall a must visit place for food aficionados.

The new outlet was inaugurated on 20 October by the ambassador of India to Kuwait His Excellency Sunil Jain, in the presence of special invitees and top TAAL management, including Sheikh Mubarak Al Fahad Al Salem Al Sabah and Ravi Kohli.

TAAL, which means rhythm in Indian classical music, brings together the rhythms of various cuisines of the sub-continent through a unique combination of the colors, flavors, textures and tastes of traditional Indian food.

In addition to its popular items, the menu at the new TAAL branch offers a selection of healthy South Indian breakfast dishes, all prepared under the creative direction of Executive Chef, Suman Sarkar, a consummate artist in the nutrition and culinary department.

Since its inception in May 2006, TAAL has been showcasing the art of Indian cuisine by offering dishes sourced from the vast and diverse cuisines of India. With an unparalleled skill in blending aromatic herbs and flavorful spices with a variety of vegetables, grains and meat used in traditional Indian dishes, the talented chefs at TAAL bring the taste of India closer to food lovers in Kuwait.

Combining traditional Indian cooking techniques with 21st century food technologies, TAAL draws out the ‘Taal’ of Indian food and presents it through an exquisite dining experience.

Located on the mezzanine floor of prestigious Grand Avenues section of The Avenues Mall, the new TAAL branch is a gem for those who wish to relish superb Indian food in a distinctive ambience.

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