by Korea Tourism Organization
Korea Tourism Organization

It opened in 2003 as Sahara Tent, but changed its name to Arabesque in August 2007 to further emphasize the restaurant’s specialties of Indian and Turkish cuisine. The restaurant serves Arabian, Indian, and Turkish dishes prepared by an Indian chef and the restaurant owner is from Jordan. For these reasons, it’s particularly popular among students from Southeast Asia, Arabian (Middle Eastern) businessmen. It’s known for serving dishes that are almost completely authentic.

Operating Hours
12:00 – 22:30

Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.
Lamb Kebab: 9,500 won
Briyani: 10.000 won
Curry: 9,000 won 

Recommended Menu for Foreigners
Tandoori: 8,500 won (For 1 person)
“Mixed Grill”: 28,000 won (For 2 persons)
Vegetable Tajin: 9,500 won (For 1 person)
Briyani: 10,000 won (For 1 person)

Additional Taxes
VAT Included

Maximum Seating Capacity
60 seats

Parking Facility

Credit Cards

Reservation Available

Assistance for Foreigners
English, Arabic

Smoking / Non-Smoking

Go to the opposite side of Dongincheon Station.

Local Transportation
Subway: Get off at Dongincheon Station on Subway Line No. 1, exit through Exit No. 6, and go to the building next to Hana Bank.

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