By Elsa Baxter
New 90-seater restaurant will serve up same dishes that made it a 'culinary landmark'.
Mumbai’s well-known restaurant Copper Chimney has opened its first outlet in Dubai, ETA Star Retail announced on Thursday.
The 90-seater restaurant, at the Emirates Hills Town Centre, will be serving up the same dishes that have made the restaurant a “culinary landmark in India”.
With Copper Chimney’s strong brand reputation, heritage and good following, we expect this venture to be successful,” said Syed Salahuddin, managing director of ETA-ASCON Star Group.
The new Copper Chimney restaurant will feature a show kitchen where customers can watch chefs preparing signature dishes including Reshmi kabab and richly-spiced lamb Burrah chops.
“Customers of Copper Chimney are assured of the same quality that we have in our restaurants in India and we remain true to the flavours and tastes that we are known for,” Sunil Kapur, chairman of the Copper Chimney Group, said.
Copper Chimney which was established in Mumbai in 1972, is known as the first to introduce the tandoor show kitchen in India.