Time Out Says
The menu at this Emirati restaurant includes a collection of Levantine and Khaleeji dishes. The main of ‘Emirati moussaka’ is a little hotpot of vegetables brought together with a soft spectrum of local spicing, a richly flavoured tomato sauce, buttery strips of onion and a thick cheese crust. Seafood fans can try the whole sheri, which arrives with blistered and crispy skin, moist, meaty flesh and a robust marinade of oil and spices. Great service adds to the experience, making this an accessible place to try local cuisine.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 18 Jul 2016
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