Man’oushe Street

If it’s cheese you’re after, and lots of it, head to this street eatery
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Time Out Says

Such is the live-giving ferocity of Man’oushe Street’s manakish, that you’ll frequently find its small restaurants filled with hungry diners scoffing hot, cheesy, oozy goodness, particularly in the later portions of the night.

If the thought of the quite frankly magnificent akawi cheese manakish hasn’t already convinced you to get ordering (and sharpish), perhaps its Dhs14 price tag will.

But if you’re less about dough and dairy,  the hummus is homemade and there are tonnes of fresh and tasty salads on the menu, most of which come in at less than Dhs30 – to be fair even the most expensive salad (the “cheeky avo salad”) only just pushes past that sum. Talk about a bargain.

But, back to carbs and cheese, we also recommend the potato and cheese burek (sort of like a Cornish pasty), or the Cajun chicken variation (no cheese in sight this time). There are also omelettes, light wraps, pizzas, kaaks and more.

And it also offers delivery, so you barely have to even move to get your morning (or afternoon, or evening) eats sorted.

09 Sep 2018

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Payment OptionsCash, Credit Card
Dress CodeCasuals
Show number 600 566667
Dubai, Downtown Dubai, Various locations, including Arabian Ranches, Barsha Heights, JLT and The Dubai Mall

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