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Time Out Dubai staff
1762: You’ll find 1762 rammed at lunchtimes, but efficient staff help expedite the queue meaning you have more time to enjoy some truly delicious food during your lunch hour. The wealth of choice is remarkable: Asian noodles; Indonesian-style gadu-gadu salad; club-like breakfast burritos; brie, onion and jam in dainty bread rolls; roast veg, mozzarella and tomato encased in slabs of focaccia; and broccoli and cheddar quiche (the Yorkshire pudding wrap is one of the best dishes Time Out tried in 2012), all of which are filling and fantastic. We hear a second outlet of 1762 is opening in Jebel Ali soon. It can only be hoped that many more will follow. DIFC, Dubai (800 1762).
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Dan May 13, 2013 07:02 am
Some guys here were raving about the DHABA at the Grand Hotel in Ghusais, man its one of the worst ever restaurants, went on last Friday with family, waited for an hour to get my order of 2 types of kabbabs which is just not fair by any hotel standard, waiters weren’t bothered, sher disgusting attitude by the hostess & the captain & the staff, the road side Dhabas in India makes you feel so much better, food just mediocre, songs a flop, folk dance rubbish. Over all a big 0!!