Mumtaz Indian Restaurant has excellent Indian food and is a favourite among Danang’s expat community. Mumtaz stands out as one of, if not the best choice for those looking for some very good food. Its menu boasts both North and South Indian dishes prepared by chefs from the different regions of India.
The menu is quite extensive meaning you are sure to find something to satisfy even the fussiest tastes and you are certain to come back again and again to try and get a sample of as many of the dishes as possible.
The Indian manager, Ratheesh, is a very welcoming host and never hesitates to have a chat with his customers and will always do whatever he can to meet your needs. Mumtaz Indian Restaurant is very clean and unlike its other branch in Ho Chi Minh City has an authentic upmarket Indian feel, from the bright colors to the traditional lamps. As well as being a great place to dine, Mumtaz also delivers for free for orders over 100,000 Vietnamese Dong, delivery menus are available from the restaurant.
As you would probably expect from a place serving Indian food, Mumtaz has a fairly equal share of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, including the vegie and non-vegie thali set lunches. I am a big fan of the vegetable curry as well as the vegetarian samosas, the samosas at Mumtaz Indian Restaurant get great reviews from other expats in Danang. All of the usual Indian favorites are also available naans, tandooris, curries, pilaos and tikkas, as well as lassis and Indian teas.
So for a break from typical Vietnamese food and for something very spicy, head to Mumtaz Indian Restaurant and have a chat with Ratheesh. If you do happen to dine at Mumtaz, be sure to return to this site and give your opinion and add content to InDanang.com.
Mumtaz Indian Restaurant
231 Tran Phu Street, Danang
Tel: 0511 3839 888