World famous Pakistani restaurant in Satwa. Get thee to this little gem while the area still has its charm and order like your life depends on it 46 Reviews
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2008
The bihiri kebab (mutton) is as tangy as it is tender, and consists of little more than a mound of slightly charred strips of grilled meat. Try it alongside a feisty mutton palak in a rich curry swamp spiked with seed-packed chilli grenades; an aggressive chicken sukha in a rich quicksand of spice, and a diplomatic butter chicken swathed in a velvety sauce.
You’ll struggle to spend more than Dhs50 for two people and the food is excellent, which goes some way to explaining why Ravi’s is the best-known Pakistani restaurant in town.
By Jeremy Lawrence
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