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Published: July  28, 2014

Al Hadheerah

The Al Hadheerah restaurant at this three year-old resort, from Dubai’s home-grown luxury hotel chain Jumeirah, takes real pride in its regional cooking. This proved to be an understatement (the only thing understated about Al Hadheerah). In Dubai it seems ‘more’ means ‘better’: more food, more entertainment, more lavish decoration – just much, much more than a simple meal. Built to resemble a fortified Arabian desert village, the rustic-looking buildings have been designed to look centuries-old with their pre worn paths, meandering routes, and numerous nooks and crannies. The sandy courtyard is covered in Arabian carpets that look as if they might fly, and illuminated by Islamic stained-glass lanterns. Choose a rooftop seat, a recessed carpeted pit or a table in front of the stage. The first assault on the senses is the lavish outdoor buffet with a dozen food counters serving scores of carefully created Arabic dishes, including – proper Emirati food.

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Address :

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa Dubailand, Dubai

Phone :

+971 4 809 6194

Schedule :

Mon - Sun: 7:00 pm -11:30 pm

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Al Hadheerah »
Published: July  28, 2014

Al Hadheerah

The Al Hadheerah restaurant at this three year-old resort, from Dubai’s home-grown luxury hotel chain Jumeirah, takes real pride in its regional cooking. This proved to be an understatement (the only thing understated about Al Hadheerah). In Dubai it seems ‘more’ means ‘better’: more food, more entertainment, more lavish decoration – just much, much more than a simple meal. Built to resemble a fortified Arabian desert village, the rustic-looking buildings have been designed to look centuries-old with their pre worn paths, meandering routes, and numerous nooks and crannies. The sandy courtyard is covered in Arabian carpets that look as if they might fly, and illuminated by Islamic stained-glass lanterns. Choose a rooftop seat, a recessed carpeted pit or a table in front of the stage. The first assault on the senses is the lavish outdoor buffet with a dozen food counters serving scores of carefully created Arabic dishes, including – proper Emirati food.