Kyoto is Madina’s first ever Japanese restaurant - a modern, stylish, dining space secluded behind glass doors etched with Japanese cherry blossoms and adorned with large, golden characters of Japanese writing. Open for lunch and dinner, Kyoto serves fresh sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki and shabu shabu.
Ornamented with a marble floor of complex patterns, painted with traditional Mughal designs, and set with tables placed around columns and under arches, Al Andalus is a testimony to India’s Islamic-infused past. Open for lunch and dinner, Al Andalus serves classic and modern Indian cuisine.
Step inside the Tea House and back into British history. Furnished with crisp, white linen tables, elegant chairs and ornate carpets - just like a quaint, olde English tea shop - the Tea House serves high tea, cakes, pastries, sandwiches, Arabic and European-style coffees, and a range of herbal, green and black teas.
Al Ansar is a 24-hour dining space, filled with lavish hot and cold buffets of Arabic, Western and Indian cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is painted with Arabic designs and lit by fantastic, traditional glass lights suspended from the ceiling. Al Ansar has semi-private seating for up to forty people.
The lobby of The Oberoi, Madina is a grand, exquisitely-furnished space, sparkling from top to bottom with the lights of crystal chandeliers reflecting off immaculate marble floors. Able to seat up to sixty people, it is filled with the buzz of lively conversation enjoyed over Arabic coffee and dates .