Al Hallab Bab El Bahr

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Time Out Says

When you go dining at Al Hallab, try to bag a spot on the terrace – or at least a prime window seat – so you have views of the Dubai Fountain. The restaurant, covered in a grand gold and silver décor with chandeliers hanging high and dark wood dining tables, has an unmistakeable air of sophistication and staff are smartly dressed and eager to assist.Grilled meats are a firm focus of the menu and we are not left disappointed by the mixed grill tawouk, which showcases lamb, chicken and kebab meat on a soft pitta bread and is complemented well by a sharp yoghurt side. For those with a sweet tooth, save room for the generous selection of Levant desserts. The Ward Al Sham, a baked filo pastry filled with fresh cream to provide a cooling contrast, ends the meal on a high. While Al Hallab has a fine dining feel, the good value dishes will please your wallet as well as your palate.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 07 May 2017

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Details

Payment OptionsCash, Credit Card
Dress CodeCasuals
Show number 04 330 8828
Dubai, Burj Khalifa Area, Boulevard Building 29, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard

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