Persian Darbar's purdah system (separate cabin for those who would rather dine in private) is popular with its regulars at Bandra and Byculla. As is the reasonably priced, predominantly (average) non-veg fare served on very basic table and benches. If you are a group of four or more, order the Raan (Arabian and Indian style) and fulfil all your carnivore dreams at this second-generation-owned eatery. Raan varieties vary: Biryani (Rs. 1,290), Fried Rice (Rs. 1,350), Tiranga (Rs. 1,390). Byculla is the bigger branch, featuring mosaic-tiled glasswork and a separate air-conditioned section, while Bandra is crammed, with very little elbow room. Nothing exceptional or worth recommending, but the usual Mughlai and Arabian dishes are all available for your dining pleasure, should you choose to visit - Reshmi Tikka Masala, Tandoori Chicken (which they say is famous), Chicken Tikka Masala, Dabba Gosht and biryanis in addition to the usual Kali Mirch Kebab, Murgh Nizami/Zaffran/Reshmi/Malai Kebabs, and Murgh Tikka. Check out their Friday Special of Mutton Roast Masala (Rs. 290).
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