Consistently one of Dubai's best Lebanese
Time Out Says
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011Located in the pleasant Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa, this first floor restaurant overlooks the square with a green garden area and a lit up pool. The balcony offers relaxing views and the restaurant opens into a large dining room area with a romantic corner section dressed with padded red walls and dim lantern lighting. Music is traditional Lebanese but unobtrusively plays in the background. The prices are reasonable for the setting and the quality of food is refreshingly good and of a consistent quality. We recommend their delicious raheb salad with aubergine, tomatoes and vegetables or a hearty portion of fattoush salad. The service is attentive and it’s a great place to have a shisha. More of a tourist and expat hangout than a local spot, this is down to the setting rather than the quality of food. Children are welcome but the atmosphere is relatively sophisticated compared to other Lebanese restaurants. Be warned: the may automatically fill your glasses with water when you sit down without asking, it’s Evian water (Dhs24) and it’s not free.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 28 Mar 2011
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