It’s been a while since we ate at Mughal Mahal. And I can’t recall ever eating at their Salmiya branch. I guess the main reason would be that you can hardly see the sign board since there are 3 more prominent ones nearby and the entrance is at the back of the building!

Anyway, we got there early and hungry. We started with some Sweet Corn Chicken soup and I must say that for a 1 by 2 order it felt like a 2 into 1 serving. :) Very generous portions of chicken in the soup.

For the main course we chose the Mustard Fish from their continental menu and a Black Mushroom Beef and Shrimp Noodles from their Chinese menu. You have got to try out that fish. Simply awesome. The beef dish was a tad bit tangy but it was very delicious.

And like I do at every other restaurant that serves Indian food, I ordered a Rasmalai for dessert. Now when it first came, I though they brought me a coffee latte. Must be the very dim lighting. But that is one thick and yummy Rasmali and unlike some other neighboring Indian restaurants, they were actually able to serve me a Rasmalai and not just show it on the menu!

Although they didn’t plate our dishes or offer to, their presentation and organisation impressed me a lot.

Now for the ratings:

  • Staff Knowledge: (4.5/5)
  • Service: (4/5)
  • Food Quality: (4.5/5)
  • Price: (4.5/5)
  • Location & Branding: (3.5/5)

Overall Score: (4.2/5)

I think that from now on Mughal Mahal is now going to be our #1 choice when eating out. There is a lot more on their menu waiting for us to sample.