Al Nafoorah

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Time Out Says

Al Nafoorah has long been a byword for luxurious Lebanese dining in Dubai. This culinary gem shining bright in the heart of Jumeirah Emirates Towers serves up an upscale feel that leaves its regional contemporaries in the shade. The regal décor – complete with chandeliers hanging proudly from the ceilings and eye-catching pictures adorning the walls–makes for a fantastic first impression. The warm and friendly service further enriches the experience and leaves us eager to explore a menu full of authentic dishes. The beautifully creamy hummus is perfectly complemented by the spicy kick of the hot pepper dip, mohammara, while the bite-sized lamb makanek sausages are a diminutive delight. With just enough room left for main courses, we dig into the lamb chops and the mixed grill, an assortment of tender and tasty treats including strips of beef and chicken. It is the finest exponent of the traditional platter that we have had the pleasure to devour. Al Nafoorah doesn’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to Lebanese food, but it does it better than anyone else.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 07 May 2017

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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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