Fanooz, which is named after the traditional Arabic lantern, is unabashedly glitzy and regal. The varnished wooden panels, glass chandeliers and plush upholstery add to the charm. However, the dining hall on the first-floor space is reserved for families, while the more modest space on the ground floor is open to all. The food selection is a melange of Arabic, Hyderabadi, and Awadhi cuisines. Fanooz is known for its meat dishes. 'Raan-e-Huzur', 'Raan-e-DumPukht', and 'Mutton Raan Biryani' are their specialities featuring the leg of lamb. Fanooz also serves an excellent 'Haleem' during the month of Ramzan. If you are dining in a group, order their 'Peshawari Mutton Platter', which features six of their signature kebabs.