The Middle East places emphasis on enjoying meals with family and friends. Hence, the seating at Maraheb has both chairs and tables to suit us Indians and the traditional Middle-Eastern seating called the, MAJLIS You have a private room inside the restaurant (this one has around 3-4) wherein you can sit on the mattress, close the curtains and have your special ones around eating together, in peace. Food: You will be greeted with an 'on the house' starter soup which is delish! And 'Kahwa' (again, on the house and with unlimited servings) - This tea without milk will refresh you and have you falling in love. P.S: You won't mind having this cold too. From the Menu: Maraheb is famous for these: 1. Mandi: Has both chicken and mutton varieties and comes in Quarter/Half/Full sizes, This has flavoursome rice with a huge piece of chicken or mutton, perfectly cooked. The Mandi chicken is softer in texture and easy to chew as compared to the Madfoon. I LOVED THIS. Priced economically, the quarter is perfect for a normal eater and the half should be more than sufficient for a heavy eater. 2. Madfoon: Chicken and Mutton: This has only two sizes Half or Full, the rice is beautifully prepared and the aroma will take you back to the gulf (in case you have been there before) - the pieces are more of barbeque styled (harder in texture) but tastes beautiful. The servings approach applies the same as the Mandi for light and heavy eaters. Personally, I have tried both and I'd vouch for the Chicken or Mutton Mandi over Madfoon (both are great but bonus points only for the soft texture of chicken/mutton in the Mandi) Served with Tomato Ka Salan and Pudina Chutney. Desserts Baklava: This one is a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo dough filled with chopped nuts, sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. A must try.