Dubai eateries where Dhs100 gets you a meal for two and change
Time Out Dubai staff
The Chalet: A great (and cheap!) place to have dinner and watch the world go by. There’s outdoor seating on the edge of Beach Road where a mix of locals and expats chat over a mixed grill or a milkshake. The menu, meanwhile, features everything from chicken tikka masala to crispy fried noodles and lamb kebabs, as well as some very fruity cocktails (perhaps not the most masculine of beverages, but delicious nonetheless). Our recommendation is the hearty biryani. It’s also worth noting that The Chalet offers affordable lunch deals for Dhs18 to Dhs20, which include a main, soup and a soft drink. Just past Al Manara Road, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 348 7557).
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Haja Mohideen Apr 03, 2013 07:33 pm
Good Food....Pathetic service...Rude staffs....Terrible interiors
Farhan Aug 25, 2012 10:51 am
Try Thai Wok in Al-Barsha. They do authentic Thai Food. I like to have Stir Fried Chicken with Cashewnuts, Tom Yum soup and prawn purse in appetizer. It is a small informal place. They are also good at delivery. Good value for money.
Ma May 16, 2012 02:06 pm
Unfortunately no western cuisine in this category.