Time Out says
The menu features kebabs, vegetarian meals and tandoori from Northern India. As with all Indian cuisine, a wide of spices is used including the more typical black pepper, coriander, cumin, garam masala, and anise, can be found nutmeg, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and ginger are often used. Dubb’s specials include natti seekh kebab, shazadi tikka, and murg Hindustani. Other attention grabbers are the tandoori jhanker and the chandi ki mohren. As for curries, the chicken murg makhan masala, lamb kadhai gosht; lamb rogan josh Kashmiri,chicken vindaloo and the vegetarian palakpaneer and subjion ki mehefil are all particularly memorable. To drink you may choose to have alcohol or to try Lassi, a yoghurt, water and spice blend which is available in both spicy and sweet varieties. And for dessert we recommend the Indian ice-cream kulfi matkewali with its flavours including orange, mango, saffron, and more. If you decide to go to Dubb Indian, the tandoori is unavailable from 15.30-18.00 so you’d be better off setting off knowing what you’d rather eat to avoid disappointment.
Aside from their Indian restaurant, they also have a restaurant in the same area which makes Thai, Korean and Japanese food.
Branches: Sultanahmet-1 (0212) 513 73 08 Sultanahmet-2 (0212) 517 68 28