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Legendary Pakistani eatery with a huge following

Ravi Restaurant Dubai
This popular casual dining spot in Satwa serves up a menu of Pakistani curries, fresh naan bread and expertly grilled meats. Ravi Restaurant has gained a huge following among residents and is frequently recommended to tourists looking for an authentic culinary experience. Signature dishes include the mutton karahi, chicken tikka, lentil fry and biryani. Cool down the spices with a rich yoghurt lassi.

Authentic Lebanese fare on 2nd December Street

Al Mallah in Dubai
As one of Dubai’s long-standing restaurants, Al Mallah started life as a juice café and evolved to create a menu spanning Lebanese favourites such as the meaty shawarmas, piping hot falafels, moreish manakish, tantalising grills, appetizing snacks and much more, paired with the signature fresh juices and mocktails. Whether you’re after quick bites or are looking to settle in for a lavish, yet affordable spread, Al Mallah offers this and more

Feast on Southeast Asian flavours

Padi Village decor

This cosy eatery at Business Bay serves authentic dishes that tell the story of migration and culinary adaptation along the Strait of Malacca. At Padi Village you will find influences of Chinese, Singaporean, Indonesian, Malay, Thai and Indian tastes that blend to create flavour-packed offerings. The restaurant's minimalist interiors lend a homely vibe with a collection of photographs on a yellow brick wall that showcases moments of everyday life from native lands.


Choose your favourite Lebanese dishes and Arabic sweets

Al Hallab Restaurant Dubai
Head straight to Al Hallab for a taste of authentic Lebanese food and confectionery – some of the very best in Dubai. Greeting guests with a warm ambience, this hotspot is always bustling, day or night. It's the perfect choice for long, leisurely family lunches and casual dinners with friends, where those in the know always order the perfectly grilled shish tawook, falafel platter and creamy hummus. If you are keen to explore the much loved flavours of the region, there is no better place than Al Hallab.

Unassuming Japanese eatery that surprises

You’d be forgiven for doing a double take as your walk past WAWA Dining. Located on the ground floor of the Golden Tulip Hotel in Al Barsha, its entrance is straight out of Tokyo and designed to resemble a traditional storefront with lanterns, handwritten signs, and warm colours. The food is just as authentic with some of the best sushi, sashimi and ramen you’ll have the pleasure to taste in Dubai.
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