Homestead – Al Khawaneej

Homestead Restaurant and Bakery is Dubai’s homegrown, regional version of Paul and Le Pain Quotidien. Similar to the two French propositions, it offers a healthy, wholesome rural take on cuisine…but of this region. Also familiar is the rustic, almost barn-yard theme adopted for the interior. It’s a warm, inviting, cosy, homely atmosphere. A place you … Continue reading Homestead – Al Khawaneej

Waresh Al Mandi – Karama

Waresh Al Mandi is Karama’s only Iranian restaurant. It is also one of only a handful of Mandi restaurants in Karama. And lastly, it is the first combination of the two cuisines I have come across…anywhere. The two-story restaurant is located dead opposite the Karama Fish Market on 45B Street. Typical of mandi restaurants, Waresh … Continue reading Waresh Al Mandi – Karama

Hot Fish – Karama

If you like Bu Qtair in Umm Suqeim, then you will like Hot Fish. If not quite an official branch, it is owned, managed and run by…um, family. Located behind the Al Serkal Building in Karama, opposite Filipino favourite, Hot Palayok, Hot Fish poses a bit of a dilemma in the summer as it only … Continue reading Hot Fish – Karama