Find out what Lebanese restaurants to try in Umm Al Quwain including Sikkat Beirut, Umm Al Quwain Beach Restaurant, Arab Sea Restaurant, Al Ayaam Restaurant & Grilling, The Grove, Layali Beirut Restaurant, Mejhana
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4 based on 77 reviews
The laid-back style of this Ã -la-carte dining venue sets the scene for contemporary Arabic cuisine. The striking Marrakesh Bar welcomes guests with Arabic coffee and a range of hot and cold Middle-Eastern beverages. Alcoholic beverages are also available.
One of the best restaurants in Ajman! The services are well organized. Staffs are smiling and welcoming. Moroccan food with higher quality of taste. We ate lamb moroccan tajine it was really delicious. I will recommend this restaurant for everyone, for sure I will come back again.
Amazing place and food. The hookah very Nice as well. We had mixed grill and Rib Eye .. very tasty .. a gem in the Queens.. you won t regret. The stuff very professional and pleasant
5 based on 18 reviews
Serving authentic Emirati and Levantine Cuisine. The Grove boasts magnificent views of Ajman's pristine mangroves and turquoise lagoons. Come for a refined dining experience or our chilled vibes where you will be surrounded by greenery all around you.
When it comes to delicious Emirati cuisines, it is difficult to find a quality upscale restaurant outside of 5 star hotels in Ajman. Fortunately, The Grove restaurant in Al Zorah Golf Club is one of the best in the city without breaking the bank.Immediate upon entering the restaurant, you are greeted with the stunning view of the Al Zorah natural reserves, which is more of a wetland/nautrualb reserves where if you are lucky, you will see wildlife and different points in the year.There is outdoor seating which is amazing during night time in the summer and of course at any point during the winter.Shisha is available on the patio which is always nice to enjoy after your meal.As for the food itself, I would say it is over of the best Emirati cuisines in the entire country that I have had, that includes Dubai, where the quality tends to be high.What I enjoyed the most about The Grove is that t the food here keeps in mind the authenticity of the cuisine while considering what eaters whom are not used to the cuisine would be interested in and created a menu that is so delicious that you want to order the entire menu.Normally I wouldnât go to another Emirate for a meal but for The Grove, I would be happy to make that drive any time.
Authentic Lebanese restaurant! This place serves authentic Lebanese food in the heart of Umm Al Quwain. Having spent 2 weeks in this town, I came here multiple times. Probably one of the best Lebanese restaurants that I have ever been to. If I am ever in this town again, I will surely drop by.
Stopped in for lunch after balking at our original choice. Boy we were glad we did! Excellent service, food was great, all inexpensive. Standards done well, with a nice bit of kick (dahl, rogan josh, paneer masala). But the grilled fish marinated in saffron was the best. The prawns were delectable and the squid some of the softest and best cooked I've ever had. Private booths with curtains and a buzzer whenever you need anybody.
4 based on 20 reviews
Whatever you ask for is excellent.True Lebanese test ! Homos, mutabbal, tabouli ... grilled meats (Except Tawook)All great - Great Value for Money.The most amazing is the variety and richness of the free desserts and fruits you get.Attached is the pic of the complementary fruit basket & cute Halawa packs.I loved that after lunch.Hospitality, welcome, service ... all is great.Portions are more than enough !!! you will never be able to eat all - they are so generous.I am a regular customer there.Prices are amazing!Example: 2 Mixed Grills + Hommos + Mutabal + Fattouch + Cheese Rolls + Fried kebbeh + 2 Beers + Soft Drink + Couple of things more + Vegetable Basket ...All for AED 120 (US$ 32) ... almost $16 per personYou sit by the window and the sea by your side while listening to Fairouz - WOW WOW WOWOh yes, tip to Lebanese: they got ALMAZA Beer ;)
Authentic Lebanese Restaurant located in the heart of Umm Al Quwain, serving with excellence and reliability. Variety of cuisines from the taste of Lebanon to American street food and Italian is being served - we also specialize in catering service along
This was my first time driving down to Umm Al Qaiwain for a tasting session and it was absolutely worth it. We were invited to review Sikkat Beirut and was really impressed by the feel and vibe. The interiors are donein a classic railway station model with wooden doors and wall art. They have private cabins for family and separate shisha area. The outdoor seating is perfect with transparent partition and good for family get togethers. We started off with Classic chocolate and Tropical blast. Classic chocolate shake was too good and being a chocolate lover I really loved it. Tropical blast had pineapple and strawberry flavors and perfectly refreshing.From cold mezzeh, We had Mohamara and Fattoush. Mohamara is a dip made of walnuts and slightly spicy. Pretty good one. Fattoush on the other hand was crunchy and the molass sauce was really complementing it. From hot mezzeh , we tried Sambousa meat. The made the rolls in a different way with less oil. The filling was good too. For mains we had Mixed grill with lamb chops, shish taouk, kebabs etc.The meat was well cooked and tender and served with fresh breads.We also tried the Sikka burger which is a specialty here. I wish it was less cheesy.Finally for desserts, we had Knefeh vermicelli. The sugar syrup was served separately and it was just the way I love. Overall a great experience and a must go place at Umm Al Quwain.It was a pleasure having you at Sikkat Beirut. Thank you for the awesome review. We're glad you loved your dining experience with us! Looking forward to your next visit. :)
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