If you’re looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of Al Rigga and want to get plenty of bibimbap for your buck, Han Cheng Guan delivers exactly that. Its neon-green walls, bright lights and dated décor may be bit of a turn off for more refined diners but it’s that contrast with the lavishness of most of Dubai’s dining scene that makes it a somewhat refreshing and down-to-earth eating experience. In fact, as you sip on mint tea and listen to the chatter from other booths, you might forget for a minute you’re in the Middle East. It serves up the most enormous portions, meaning that one course, together with the complimentary small accompaniments, will prove filling enough for most people.
Han Cheng Guan