Saladicious is a solid competitor for the Lime Tree Cafe in Jumeirah 1, with a pleasantly kooky decor
|Tel:||04 345 5822|
|Travel:||Al Maskan building|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Takeaway available, Family friendly|
|Times:||Open daily 8.30am-midnight|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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Mubashshir Baig Oct 06, 2011 06:46 am
A real nice place situated away from the buzzling main streets of Jumeirah. Food, ambience, service is all very good for a romantic evening or casual dining with family and friends.
It's a real value for money.
John Aug 06, 2011 01:16 pm
This is a great place to eat. Not knowing a thing about cooking I eat at the restaurant all the time. Mostly, my experience was positive; however sometimes things slip here and there, but who cares. I have introduced this place to dozen friends and they all loved it. Great value for money!
However, I must say that I have 2 kids and let them play in public places, but it is often that parents bring their kids to "family friendly" place like this and then let them scream and misbehave. I noticed that customers get annoyed (me included), but are being polite and say nothing. Mind you, restaurant is not your living room; oblivion is a bliss but only at your own place, please!
Marce Aug 01, 2011 01:18 pm
My girlfriend and I go here on a regular basis and have never had a bad experience.
There was a person obove who said that the food was small and to quote 'the nicoise salad portion was so small that i could inhale it' but everytime when we went there we walked out with a doggy bag full of food as we could not finish it.
this is an amazing restaurant and i would recommend it to anyone who loves italian cuisine.
Maryam Jan 20, 2011 02:37 pm
nice decoration but the food is not flattering.
dubaious Jun 16, 2010 03:53 am
Let me admit, one should never order Thai Salad in a non-Thai restaurant. But given my love of the flavors of the Orient and my temporary lack of wisdom (caused by sever hunger due to no breakfast that morning) I unfortunately succumbed to the combination of the words "Thai" and "noodles."
The dish was composed of flat noodles in fish sauce, topped with Italian greens with vinaigrette, topped with sauteed chicken, in turn topped with generous amounts of Kraft's Hot BBQ Sauce. Needless to say, it was not Saladicious.
The coffee was ok.