Reem Al Bawadi
|Tel:||04 394 7444|
|Cuisine:||Arabic, Cafés, Lebanese, Middle Eastern|
|Experiences:||Private dining area, Shisha, Takeaway available, Outdoor seating, Smoking permitted|
|Times:||Open daily 6am-3am|
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reza Aug 03, 2013 08:09 am
I went to the restaurant about 2 days ago and i came back with an awful experience by Iftar buffet. Surprisingly, there was no any tea to be served at the beginning of the Iftar so we incurred 18 Dhs. per tea cup extra while it MUST be included on the open buffet costing 130 Dhs. per person.
Moreover, the iftar buffet closes at 8:30 which is so unfair.
The staff are un-attentive and to wrap it up, The Iftar buffet is sooo worthless.
Zeina Moughrabi Mar 11, 2013 01:26 pm
caroline Feb 12, 2013 06:20 pm
BAD BAD BAD SERVICE!!! You have to ask to make an order, you have to ask for the bill , you have to ask for sauces to complement your food. Staff not smiling, staff not following up, many flies around. I will not recommend this to anyone!
Raaj d Sep 10, 2012 06:23 pm
Zucchini is absolutely right. They do push you to order far too much food. For a start, while the Hostess is seating you, a waiter will open a large bottle of water and pour it for you before you know what's happening. They do it as if it's on the house - without asking whether you want it chilled or not or whether you need a smaller bottle or whether you need water at all - but it ends up on your bill at 9 dirhams. Then they push their 25 dirham, awfully sweet juices, a Sheesha and about three times the amount of food that you could possibly eat. The waiters are probably on a commission. Hence the high pressure, virtually intimidating push to order more than what you can eat. There is so much food wasted on most tables and it can't be that they don’t know how much a person can eat.
Service is very quick but far too many waiters walking around and giving you the thumbs up – probably for their success in pushing upwards of 150 dirhams per head . The whole place is covered in garish plastic wine leaves and dusty kilims. Also take care to keep your feet tucked away from the hot metal buckets carelessly swung around by the Shesha minders
Zucchini Anonymous Jul 29, 2012 11:19 pm
Surprisingly overrated. This place, while frequented by a lot of people is purely because of its "brand value". From a true Shisha fan, this is probably one of the WORST shisha places in Dubai, infact I've been to some pretty shady places that make better shisha.
As for the food, not a bad try, but definitely not worth going back to. Very average, and very slow service. Most disappointingly very discriminating as well. They serve you only if you have women, else good luck getting any attention. They gladly forget your order and try to shove you out indirectly if you don't "order enough"
Being in Dubai for over 22 years, this is definitely one of the MOST over rated places in Dubai