This Dubai cafe offers special menu for India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup match

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This Dubai cafe offers special menu for India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup match

As cricket enthusiasts gear up for the exhilarating clash between India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2024, MAHI CAFE, the renowned Shisha and global tapas lounge located in Al Nahda, Dubai, is all set to elevate the viewing experience with a specially curated menu.

Executive Chef Harangad Singh has meticulously crafted a menu that celebrates the culinary richness of both India and Pakistan, offering patrons a delightful gastronomic journey while they indulge in the excitement of the match.

Whether you’re rooting for the “Blues” or the “Greens,” MAHI CAFE promises a culinary treat tailored to suit every palate.

For supporters of the Indian team, Chef Singh recommends the delectable Samosa Chaat (Dhs20), Chicken Gilafi Kebab (Dhs24), and Mutton Galouti Kebab (Dhs28), each dish brimming with authentic flavors reminiscent of Indian cuisine.

Meanwhile, fans rallying behind the Pakistani team can relish the Lahori Chana Chaat (Dhs20), Peshawari Chicken Seekh (Dhs24), and Chapli Kebab (Dhs28), showcasing the diverse and aromatic essence of Pakistani culinary traditions.

As guests immerse themselves in the cricket fever, MAHI CAFE promises an unparalleled viewing experience with a colossal 185-inch screen and multiple LED screens strategically placed across the expansive lounge. The ambiance will be pulsating with excitement, complemented by captivating background music that sets the stage for an unforgettable evening.

To ensure an enjoyable experience for all patrons, a minimum spend of Dhs50 per person will be required on the match day, with the live streaming scheduled to commence from 6:30 PM onwards.

For cricket enthusiasts and food aficionados alike, MAHI CAFE emerges as the ultimate destination to savour the thrill of the game while indulging in a culinary extravaganza that pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of India and Pakistan.

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