Ghazal Sunninghill is both modern and spacious with plenty of windows to make the most of its great location which offers panoramic views across Sandton. There's ample parking right outside the door too, so it's well worth making the effort to visit for those who are use to the Bryanston branch. There is also a very reasonably priced Sunday lunch buffet which gives diners the opportunity to sample a number of different dishes at one time.
No Indian meal would be complete with savouring a delicious Naan bread which are baked in the Tandoori oven and come in a variety of spicy flavours. The main course menu is large starting with Tandoori specialities such as the chicken or minced lamb kebabs, and the marinated giant black tiger prawns. Chicken dishes range from the hot Chicken Vindaloo with mustard seeds and whole red chillies to the milder Chicken Korma with its creamy cashew nut sauce. Lamb recommendations are the Lamb dal Ghost (cooked with lentils) and the fragrant Lamb Briyani which is always a winner. There are plenty of vegetarian dishes too with popular choices being the Dal Makhnie (black lentils and red kidney beans tempered with fresh spices), and the Paneer Palak – Indian cottage cheese cooked in a exotic spinach gravy.