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Handi gets Best Indian Restaurant award

Recognized as the Emirates` premiere Indian restaurant, Handi of the Taj Palace Hotel Dubai, becomes the epitome of…

Recognized as the Emirates` premiere Indian restaurant, Handi of the Taj Palace Hotel Dubai, becomes the epitome of any royal Indian dining experience, according to the judges of the just concluded 2nd Annual Grumpy Gourmet Awards 2004 held in Dubai.

The GCC and Emirate`s leading food magazine, Grumpy Gourmet, a monthly publication that focuses on restaurants, gastronomy, dining and conducts anonymous restaurant reviews, has rated Handi as the leader amongst the five top Indian restaurants in the United Arab Emirates.

Yannick Poupon, General Manager of the Taj Palace Dubai warmly received the award at the glittering ceremony and exclaimed, We will endeavour hard to make sure that Handi remains to be the best Indian restaurant in the Emirates. He adds, Without doubt, Indian food has always been popular in the Emirates and the Taj Palace Dubai`s Handi restaurant has been recognized as the best restaurant to offer Indian food at its finest coupled with an unsurpassed guest service quality. The award conferred to us coming from a food magazine enhances our belief that to be chosen by hosts of discerning food connoisseurs, such as the mystery chefs and judges from Grumpy Gourmet, adds credence to our recognition as the Emirates` finest Indian restaurant.

Following its success at the annual restaurant awards, Handi is showcasing Chef Rasheed Qureshi`s Best of Lucknow Food Festival which takes place at Handi from January 19 -25th 2004 at the Taj Palace Dubai where Handi Master Chef Rasheed Qureshi and his Lucknow specialty cuisines will galore diners at this royal nook.

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