Time Out Says
Sui Miu retains the Asian influence of before, but now has a fresh new feel. An outdoor area twinkles with hanging lights, while bamboo furnishings gives a street food-spot feel. It’s casual yet upmarket and there’s a mellow, holiday vibe. The menu is broad – both in number of dishes and geographically, covering everywhere from Vietnam to Thailand, China to Japan, Korea, the Philippines and Malaysia. So if you’re looking to sample a bit of everything we’d recommend the set “grazing” menu at Dhs350 for two. They’re not stingy on the servings either and it’s cracking value for what you’ll get to try.
A spicy tom yum soup hits the spot, lipsmackingly sweet and sour with just the right amount of zing, while the papaya salad is fresh, fragrant and garlickly, laced with warming chilli. Another highlight is the roasted duck – tender, meaty slices served with bok choi and pickled ginger for a sweet and spicy twist, while the black pepper beef is also a big hit.
If you like a lot of choice Sui Miu covers all bases extremely well, proving you can have both quality, and quantity.
WHAT IS IT...
Revamped Asian restaurant that was formerly Spice Emporium
For loads of different flavours and regional cuisines
By Time Out Dubai staff | 20 Jan 2020
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