This is Dubai's latest culinary sensation: Dal tadka infused with 24-carat gold!

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(L) Ranveer Brar. (R) Dal Kashkan. Photo: Kashkan by Ranveer Brar

Renowned chef Ranveer Brar ventured into the world of restaurants with 'Kashkan' in Dubai last year. The restaurant swiftly gained renown for its meticulously crafted delicacies. Among them, a standout hit on social media is the 24-carat gold-infused dal tadka, named 'Dal Kashkan,' priced at 58 dirhams (approximately Rs 1,300). This specially prepared sumptuous dish captivated many with its unique presentation and flavours.

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Dal Kashkan. Photo: Kashkan by Ranveer Brar

Food blogger Mehul Hingu shared a video of this viral sensation on Instagram with the caption “24 Carat Golden Tadke Wali Dal at Kashkan by Ranveer Brar, Dubai Festive City Mall.” The preparation involves infusing tadka with 24-carat gold powder into the traditional dal, adding a touch of luxury to the dish.

Dubai is no stranger to culinary extravagance. Various eateries offer gold-infused dishes, from beverages adorned with gold leaves to meals sprinkled with gold dust. Recently, At.Mosphere, an upscale restaurant at Burj Khalifa made headlines with its offering of 'Kopi Luwak Gold Cappuccino,' a coffee drink embellished with 24-karat gold flakes, priced at AED 160 (approximately Rs 3600).

Here are some other gold-infused dishes available in Dubai:

  • Gold steak and golden burger at Nusr-Et Steakhouse, owned by Turkish chef Nusret Gokce, also known as Salt Bae. The steak, weighing 400 grams and covered in gold flakes, costs AED 1,500 (approximately Rs 33,840), while the golden burger is priced at AED 660 (approximately Rs 14,889).
  • Gold Karak chai, a tea infused with 24-karat gold flakes at Karama’s ‘Food ka Mood,' priced at AED 51 (approximately Rs 1,150) per cup.
  • World’s first 22-karat Gold Vada Pav at O’Pao restaurant in Karama, priced at AED 99 (approximately Rs 2,233).
  • Biryani garnished with 23-carat edible gold at Bombay Borough for AED 1,000 (approximately Rs 22,560).
  • 22-Karat Gold Sushi served by Sumo Sushi & Bento in Dubai for AED 500 (approximately Rs 11,280).
  • Golden breakfast at Hampstead Bakery and Café on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, featuring French toast topped with 24-carat gold leaf, fresh strawberries, and blackberries, served with white chocolate ganache for AED 220 (approximately Rs 4,963).
  • Gold cappuccino, topped with 24-carat gold, at Sahn Eddar Lounge at the Burj Al Arab, priced at AED 120 (approximately Rs 2,706).

(AED 1 = Rs 22.56, on March 13, 2024)

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