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Expertly tucked away at the back of the Grand Hyatt Dubai, this decently-priced eatery is always busy and it’s no wonder considering the quality of food coming out of the open-plan kitchen. The small restaurant is loud and buzzing with the sound of woks frying, noodles boiling and the noise of chopsticks on soon-to-be empty plates. The lunch-time service has a bustling hawker feel and diners sit wherever they can get a perch for Chinese and Vietnamese delicacies cooked with good quality produce. The Vietnamese beef pho arrives with two good handfuls of fresh herbs, sprouts and limes and the broth is a nice mix of stock and herbs. The salt and pepper squid is also very tasty, fried in a light batter with Chinese spices and sprinkled with spring onions. It arrives at the table piping hot and is as tender inside as it is crunchy outside.
Open 12.30pm-midnight. Grand Hyatt Dubai, Oud Metha (04 317 2222).
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