Inferno Grill

European restaurant in Dubai's Marina Walk
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Time Out Says

From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011
With bobbing yachts and twinkling tower lights keeping you company, Inferno Grill at the Dubai Marina Walk is often the preferred choice for many in the area because it serves up international fare, which means there’s everything from tikkas to steak for you to choose from. Service is prompt and waiters are happy to recommend dishes and describe how they are prepared. The beef fillet steak comes cooked just the way you like it although it's probably not the best in town. The Indian mix platter, which is good enough for two to share, has a hearty mix of seafood, meat and chicken cooked in different spices and presented rather well. Taste-wise, it packs in more flavour than heat, which is perfect. Though it can get quite busy on weekends, there’s a relaxed, welcoming vibe to Inferno that is reflected in both the service and food. Definitely worth a visit.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 24 Mar 2011

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