Al Nafoorah

A luxurious Lebanese restaurant that impresses year after year
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Time Out Says

If you’re looking for a Lebanese restaurant for a treat-worthy meal, look no further than Al Nafoorah at Jumeirah Emirates Towers. The menu is executed with flair, and this regal eatery is a worthy winner for the second consecutive year in this category.

Dining at Al Nafoorah comes with a real sense of occasion. There’s always a decent buzz to the place, even at lunch.

Service is sharp and attentive, but not overbearingly so, so while you’re never waiting for your water glass to be replenished, you’re not smothered, either.

Dishes are classic – from mezze to grills. All the staples are on there, from fattoush to moutabel, via some tasty sambousek. Our main advice? Don’t miss the hummus. It’s some of the dreamiest and creamiest in the city.

Meats are simple, but special, cooked on a charcoal grill for an unmistakable flavour. Dishes are never overcomplicated, and as such, Al Nafoorah is a great example of how simplicity can be genius.

Serving up fantastic Lebanese dishes, this restaurant is hard to fault, and there’s a second luxurious venue at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray on the Palm, too.

It may be more expensive than your average Lebanese, but it’s definitely worth pushing the boat out.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 25 Sep 2018

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Details

FacilitiesDine In
Payment OptionsCash, Credit Card
Dress CodeCasuals
Show number +971 4 330 0000 04 319 8760
Dubai, DIFC, Lower Level, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road
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