Contemporary yet classy, Tandoor’s interior is dotted with subtle Indian motifs. Back-lit wall panels featuring Jaali (or Jali) ─ a latticed screen characteristic of Indian architecture – line two sides of the restaurant, while twin alabaster pillars house the traditional Indian craft of inlay mirrors.
Full-length windows give diners an intimate view of the kitchen where two custom-made copper tandoors (or clay ovens) stand. From the dining hall, you will be able to see our chefs at work, from making Indian breads to preparing kebabs of tandoori meats and vegetables.
In addition, flanking the kitchen is our wine cellar which houses over 40 wine labels from around the world.