The Indian restaurant aficionados of the UK know all about the term ruby murray – rhyming slang for a curry – but in Dundee, it’s Ruby Mollah that is the name to remember. She grew up in Bangladesh and now calls the east coast of Scotland home, where she now heads up the kitchen team at Sunny’s Restaurant on Whitehall Street in Dundee town centre. They serve Bangladeshi specialities, as you might expect, but also Indian and Italian dishes, such as kebabs and pizzas. Curry connoisseurs will head straight for the chef’s specials menu, which includes spicy dishes like chicken tikka karachi, lamb kashmiri and, for vegetarians, aloo potatoes with chef’s spices. Get your pals together and book a table now.
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Great restaurant with lovely tasting food. Best korma and tikka massala I’ve tasted in a long time.go check it out if ur in Dundee.
Our visit was for my daughters 25th birthday. We had a good meal with various selections on offer.
If you’re going for a day or night out in Dundee then Sunny’s Restaurant is a great place to start the evening, given its location on Whitehall Street is very close to the train station and the Overgate shopping centre in the centre of town. The white exterior of the restaurant lures you in and the atmospheric, low-lit interior combined with exceptional service mean you’ll not be keen to leave. Sunny’s Restaurant is, as we said, primarily a Bangladeshi and Indian restaurant, but being a Dundee gem it’s also strong on Italian cuisine to make your mouth water.
All-you-can-eat buffet is available at Sunny’s Restaurant – a safe bet if your stomach won’t stop growling or you can’t decide between all the cuisines available – but the a la carte is the best place to look if you know exactly what you’re hungry for. You’ll find all the curry house classics but the options from the tandoor oven keep things slightly more interesting. The curious Egyptian kebab or the chicken tikka sizzler are winners, as is the achari masala that’s laced with pickle and spice and all things nice. Central Dundee goes wild for Sunny’s Restaurant and you’ll soon see precisely why.