Oman feature a sizable international population, juicy seafood and a thriving restaurant scene where you can escape the heat. Here in this post I’d like to guide you to some of the best restaurants in Muscat, so the next time you feel the hunger for some delicious foods in the capital city of Oman you head to the restaurant directly.
In a city with roughly as many Indian refugee as Omani residents, Mumtaz Mahal is arguably the the best Indian eatery in Muscat. Rested on top of an isolated hill that overlooks the mesmerizing Qurum Natural Park, Mumtaz Mahal is a beautiful Indian eatery that has turned out to be a hot spot for fine dinning in Oman. This eatery sustain its royal name, by catering guests with some of the best Mughlai goodies inside its remarkable premises. It’s also admired for its tandoori grills.
Muscat is a coastal town and the water of the Sea of Oman are brimming with snapper, grouper, tuna, and the sweetest prawns in the area. Operated by an ex- fisherman, Turkish House is the ultimate restaurant in Muscat to savor the fresh, local bounty. The eatery feature a massive dinning hall where you can sit and order the mixed mezze, tomato chutney, baba ghanoush, olive salad, and labne that avails with fresh, foot-long ovals of nigella-seeded Turkish bread. You will be also served with grilled prawns and whatever fresh fish is accessible.
Those people who simply cannot envisage life without ordering bacon & eggs for banquet, chips and steak pie for lunch and beans on bread for tea, D’Arcy’s Kitchen – the immensely renowned British café is walking distance from the beach. The coffee available here is pretty decent too.
Omani food isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if you dare to try some, Bin Atique restaurant serving predominantly for homesick business community from out of the city, is one of the best places to savor authentic local cuisine such as qaboolisamakhkenadh (king fish with biriyani rice) and ma owl (a dish trimmed with dried shark).
Nothing can be more classic than cold drink & wholesome foods procured from the best producers, and cooked with superb attention to details. Duke’s Bar goes as far as a pub eatery in Oman to serve the foodies, particularly for Muscat’s British populace. Monthly menu shuffles keep the pub foods fascinating, with a great selection of kebabs, lamb chops, tagines and curries.
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