Indian Fine Dining at the Emirates Palace
We are delighted to announce the opening of Martabaan by Hemant Oberoi.
Martabaan has been envisaged as a ‘contemporary classic’ Indian dining destination by Hemant Oberoi, celebrated master chef and the first Indian chef nominated to the World Gourmet Club. He is internationally recognized for his innovative approach to Indian cuisine. Deeply embedded in cultural traditions, his innovative recipes have revolutionized the Indian culinary world with delights such as Temple Cuisine, Iron Cuisine and the Naza to name a few.
His illustrious career has seen him raise the bar as the Grand Chef of the legendary Taj Group of Hotels for over four decades. He has also charmed diners with his culinary pleasures at his exclusive restaurants in Mumbai, Delhi, Singapore and San Diego. A ‘super chef’, Hemant Oberoi has had the privilege of catering for royalty and other heads of state on several occasions. His enviable guest list includes Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Margaret Thatcher and the Duke of Edinburgh, King Hussein of Jordan, Prince Albert of Monaco among several other distinguished personalities.
Martabaan affords an exclusive accent to the luxurious culinary canvas at Emirates Palace. The opulent ambience, with splendid views of the Arabian Gulf’s crystal blue waters and the Emirates Palace Marina, is a perfect complement for the mystic flavours and creativity, which await true aficionados of Indian cuisine. The ‘Tikka Le’ Bar, which is a focal feature of the restaurant, adds a sparkling facet to the distinctive atmosphere with a fascinating medley of signature cocktails. The restaurant also highlights a truly aristocratic dining experience with elegantly appointed private dining rooms.
Guests will relish a visual treat of oft-loved yet forgotten classic recipes presented in their new avatar. Indulge in a delectable feast with an imaginative menu featuring distinctive offerings as varied as the Varqui Crab, Dum ki Nalli, Masala Chai Creme Brulee and more to satisfy every discerning palate.