Picnic Restaurant

Location: Satwa
Tel: 04 344 4805
Travel: Satwa Road
Cuisine: Arabic, Chinese, Indian, Middle Eastern
Experiences: Takeaway available, Outdoor seating, Smoking permitted
Times: Open daily 8am-2pm
Price range: Dhs1-49
Credit Cards Accepted: No

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  • Marcus May 24, 2011 02:04 pm
    Would you go back to this restaurant?
    Best chicken Shawarma in town according to me :) For 10 aed you get two shawarmas and two small bottles of water - enough to satisfy me, a 85 kg guy who exercise and eat plenty. You just can't beat the bang you get for your buck here.

    Ask to have your shawarma spicy, it really enhances the taste! The fruit juices are also good (I prefer mine unsweetened for which you in Dubai have to specially tell them), the fried rice is what I have come to expect after having lived for a few years in different Asian countries.

    It's not where I would take a upmarket girl on our first date, or come to think of it I already have - twice but then to make a point and to take them out of their normal environment. Clientele is mostly Filipino, relaxed, friendly.

    This is not where you go for a gastronomic experience but they serve good, hearty meals for great value. It's no white cloths and candles but rather plastic chairs on the curb kind of place.
  • bindya Dec 18, 2009 12:57 pm
    yummy food!mouth watering tikkas and kababs, minced meat stuffed in one kind of bread,chick pea dip,garlic mayonnaise..........best service

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