Arabic hotels and restaurants in Dubai are globally known to be in the lead due to their sweetest and most delicious cuisine. The fact that most of these restaurants are true to their roots, offering traditional rich and aromatic dishes has become a catalyst in the increasing demand of these food choices from local people and thousands of travelers who stop shop at Dubai.
Here are four best Arabic restaurants you will find in your visit to Dubai:
At Jumeirah Emirates Towers next to Dubai International Financial Centre, you will find the Al Nafoorah restaurant located adjacent of the Boulevard. This is where rich Lebanese tradition foods are served with indoor and outdoor setting. This restaurant is absolutely a paradise and attracts many local residents! Al Nafooh restaurant enjoys a outstanding reputation for serving the finest Lebanese cuisine in Dubai, along with a generous helpings of the Lebanese hospitality.
You will enjoy delectable culinary offerings, enchanting live entertainment and an inviting atmosphere in the refreshing ambiance of unique air-conditioned marquee making it the perfect spot to enjoy a quiet lunch or dinner, smoke shisha and enjoy the stunning backdrop of Dubai’s skyline. Al Nafoorah serves alcohol.
The Em Sherif hotel which has its roots from Beirut, Lebanon, is a classis charming modern restaurant located at the heart of Downtown Dubai at the iconic Address Downtown. This restaurant offers Arabic cuisine in an awesome manner that leaves travelers enthusiastic to have some more time in this palace kind restaurant. Notably, one distinguishing factor is that, you’ll be captivated by the royal blue hues and charming vintage art pieces. The uniqueness and detail of the décor is designed to look like an antique Lebanese mansion.
As for the menu, traditional cooking methods such as the Manakish wood-burning oven allow a true, authentic taste. Signature dishes include Fattoush with aubergine, Bourghol Banadoura and Moudardara. Ask about the Tabekh (the daily dish that changes every day and night). The Laban Emmo or Siyadiyeh are highly recommended.
The desserts are not to be missed. Favorites such as the Meghle, with sweet coconut and cinnamon flavors’ or Mouhallabiyye, the traditional Lebanese pudding that combines hints of vanilla and pistachio are part of the great menu. Em Sherif serves alcohol.
Located at the Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), is the Bahria restaurant a stunning place to be in Dubai. Bahria commonly known by residence a seafood restaurant offers cuisine from the Levant region, Morocco and Egypt with a focus on seafood.
The location is unparalleled as it’s facing the beach in the new development, Dubai Marina. It’s a casual restaurant where you can sit back and people watch. This place has many dining options; make sure to visit Bahria for their wide selection of delicious hot and cold Mezza and seafood. Also ensure you order the Hummus, Octopus Provencal, Spicy Potatoes, Moroccan style Hamour Tajine. This restaurant, along with all of the restaurants at ‘The Beach’, does not serve alcohol.
Abd El Wahab
This Lebanese restaurant chain takes its name from a street in Beirut, Lebanon. Although they have several locations both in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, however there’s something special about the Souk Al Bahar location. Its location is very near the world’s biggest mall the Dubai Mall that attracts millions of shopper’s annually. This cuisine features not only the traditional mezze, but also a choice wonderful Middle East dishes suited to the most conscious palate. This restaurant is easily accessible through a stunning boardwalk from nearby Dubai Mall.
A visit inside Abdel Wahab is an experience in itself. The smell of freshly baked bread from a nearby deli, the quite cozy ambiance of coffee tables and exquisite dining experience makes this restaurant a delightful place to relax. Although the inside of the restaurant has rich oriental accents with damascene walls, brass and glass-blown pieces, we recommend sitting outside.
As for the menu, order the Abd El Wahab Mixed Grill and the Baby Chicken along with Mezza starters to share. Be sure to take your staple tourist photo on the bridge next to the restaurant as you have the best photo opportunity with the Burj Khalifa and the majestic Dubai fountain. The atmosphere in this restaurant is vibrant from trendy to relaxed, sophisticated and chic. This restaurant serves alcohol and shisha.
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