Ravi Restaurant

Budget feasting at its finest with some of the best dishes in the city
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Time Out Says

This not-so-hidden gem is a Dubai favourite, and for good reason. The Pakistani restaurant oozes charm – from the plastic table cloths and polystyrene cups, down to the friendly waiters who take your order without so much as jotting a note.

A very mixed crowd make the journey to Satwa, and the second branch in Karama, to relax in groups in the laid-back setting, Every time we’ve visited the restaurant is bustling, with people here to soak up the buzzing atmosphere and get stuck into some proper good grub.

You can eat like royalty here for next to nothing and a group of four would be hard-pushed to spend more than Dhs150, even with the most ferocious appetites.

Don’t miss the chicken jalfraizi, which is packed full of spices and swimming with onions, peppers and tender chunks of meat. We recommend mopping it up with numerous roti to get every last morsel and following it up with a dhal fry, which is expertly spiced and extremely moreish.

We’re massive fans, and Ravi Restaurant should definitely be top of your Dubai bucket list if you’re looking for great value, delicious Pakistani food.

10 Sep 2018

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Details

CuisinesPakistani
5:00 AM to 2:30 AM
Sunday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMMonday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMTuesday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMWednesday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMThursday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMFriday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AMSaturday: 5:00 AM to 2:30 AM
Show number 04 331 5353
Dubai, Satwa, Shop # 245, Al Dhiyafa Rd, Opp. Union Co-operative Society - Satwa - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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