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    Restaurants of the Grand Hotel: Enjoy yourself!

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Updated Nov 16, 2009

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    La Croisette Restaurant
    Open daily from 06:30 till 23:30.
    Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus a La Carte meals. Enjoy your nights with live entertainment by the hotel's resident Band
    La Bamba Beach Garden
    Open daily from 09:00 till 18:00.
    Escape from stress and worry, visit La bamba Beach Garden. Reach out for a refreshing cocktail and taste our succelent Barbeque meal.
    La Bamba Beach Restaurant
    Open daily from 09:00 till 18:00.
    Enjoy delightful menu with fresh sandwiches, salads of your choice and mouth watering sweets and cocktails.
    La Terrace Café
    Open daily from 10:00 till 23:00.
    Located in the Lobby level, cozy and friendly place to enhance your mood. Offers excellent blends of coffee, assorted ice cream flavors, mouth-watering cakes, waffles, pancakes and fresh fruit cocktails.

    You can watch my 2 min 20 sec HD Video Sharjah Grand Hotel Restaurant part 1 out of my Youtube channel with Nancy Agram – Akhasmak Ah
    and my 4 min 07 sec HD Video Sharjah Grand Hotel Restaurant part 2 .

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    Alboom Sharja Resturant

    by Doctor38 Updated Dec 1, 2008

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    This is a local Dhow (Alboom means the Dhow) @ Khalid Lagoon in Sharjah. It has nice local, Middle Eastern dishes and Sea food. You can find the menu and prices on the web site http://www.sharjahdhowrestaurant.com/
    The Resturant is located on Khalid Lagoon after you pass the Gransd Hotel, see the map for directions
    +971-6-5730330 +971-6-5730222

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    Traditional Local Cafe

    by Doctor38 Updated Dec 1, 2008

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    It is a cafe and a Restaurant serving local/Middle Eastern Dishes. You have a hot drink like Sahlab or Karkadiah or Karawiah. If you want to sample some thing local as a snack than try Bagellah (boiled beans) or checkpeas, both are tasty and healthy. if you are after a full meal, try harissa; you may want to tell them NOT to add any oil or butter on it if you are looking for some thing healthy or if you are on a diet. You can set in-doors or out doors. It is great for people watching when the weather is pleasent. You can play cards, Backgammon, dominoes and chess.

    This is a very nice place to set during the period from October until the end of March.

    This resturant is located on Lake khalid in front of Alboom resturant

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    Telal Pakistani Restaurant: Fill up on great food for under USD2.00

    by K1W1 Updated Jan 31, 2004

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    There are many cheap and tasty Indian and Pakistani restaurants in Sharjah, and most meals go for around 6 AED's ( AED 3.6=USD 1.00). These meals are huge and very good value.
    The restaurant I prefer is called the Telal Pakistani and is always full at meal times (a sure sign that it is good). They also serve Chinese meals.

    Free home delivery.

    Favorite Dish: They have specials daily but my fav is the Chicken Jalfrazi.

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    Chilis: stuff yourself

    by uglyscot Updated Jan 18, 2006

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    Chilis

    Chilis is a chain of restaurants, and one of the best. The food is always well cooked and so plentiful. The service is excellent and the prices reasonable. I have never had a bad meal whether in the Gulf or Egypt.
    The restaurant in the Sahara Mall in Sharjah is on the top floor and overlooks a stone garden. the tables are mosaic, and the decor is typical of Chilis with Mexican/ US posters with quirky humour.

    Favorite Dish: I order Guiltless Chicken which is a large grilled chicken breast with rice and vegatables [broccoli, courgettes and carrots] and a mouth-melting piece of corn on the cob.

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  • Indian Food

    by dutchbird Updated Dec 6, 2003

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    Good original Indian restaurant near the mosque at rolla sqaure.

    Favorite Dish: we tried several dishes all are very good but Europeans should only order North Indian food due to lot of spices, south indian dishes can get very hot!!

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    1.618: Contemporary Mediterranean Cafe/Restaurant

    by rachelleiris Written Oct 7, 2007

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    For 2 hours before Ramadan Iftar (or breaking of fast), we were practically lazing, lounging and wandering around Qanta Al Qasba as most stores and restaurants are still closed for Ramadan. One hour before Iftar, we were poking our heads into each of the restaurants (situated by the lagoon) to ask if they have Iftar Buffet.

    Buffet prices range from $15 to $50. But since we consider ourselves as small-eaters as well as budget-eaters, we realized that we won't get our money's worth with buffets. And so we went for the Ramadan Iftar at a restaurant called 1.618.

    I must say that it was definitely worth the wait. We enjoyed a sumptuously healthy, contemporary mediterranean kind of food in a modern-contemporary orange, fuschia and gray setting.

    Favorite Dish: I loved the Harira soup - a traditional moroccan soup with a dash of lemon.

    I also loved the Grilled Chicken with bronzed onion and raisin sauce, complete with saffron couscous rice.

    While my friends enjoyed Roast Lamb Leg with moroccan prunes.

    For dessert, we had fresh fruits topped with ice cream of our choice.

    And to complete the already perfect dinner, i had Moroccan Tea while the others had Turkish Coffee.

    Everything was just perfectly cooked. Service was a bit slow though... But the waiters kept on assuring us that our food is almost coming. Again, i think it was worth the wait.

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    Hong Kong: At the Food court of Sharjah Mega Mall

    by pakistanibrain Written Aug 1, 2006

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    Sharjah Mega Mall from outside

    As we were shopping around at Sharjah Mega Mall, we came across the Chinese restaurant in the food court. The taste of the food was surprisingly good for a place that has fast food restaurants on it's left and right. They give you the food in disposaple plastic plates with plastic cutlery though which is a little bit strange.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Manchurian

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  • HAMBURGUESA...Y A CORRER: NO SE VA A SHARJAH A COMER

    by Rodriguezmoreno Written Feb 17, 2006

    SHARJAH ES UNA CIUDAD PRECIOSA QUE TIENE TAL CANTIDAD DE COSAS PARA VER Y DISFRUTAR DE LA CULTURA ARABE, QUE DE VERDAD, NO PERDAIS EL TIEMPO EN BUSCAR ALGUNO DE LOS BUENOS RESTAURANTES QUE IMAGINO TENDRA.NOSOTROS COMIMOS EN EL TIPICO BURGER AMERICANO, CON LA INTENCION DE NO PERDER TIEMPO

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  • ARABIAN TASTE RESTAURANT AL NAHDA SHARJAH: CHICKEN CHARCOAL

    by shery89 Written Mar 23, 2012

    TO BE FRANK I LOVE THEIR CHICKEN CHARCOAL ITS REALLY YUMMY.... I HAVE TRIED GRILLED HAMMOR AND MIX GRILLS, AND JUICES ALL I FOUND AS VERY TASTY AND ECONOMY AS WELL... YOU PEOPLE CAN FIND THEM IN FACEBOOK AS WELL
    ARABIAN TASTE RESTAURANT & REFRESHMENTS L.L.C
    06 555 4492 IS THE HOTLINE TO GET DELIVERY OR TO GET LOCATION MAP

    Favorite Dish: CHICKEN CHARCOAL... THE BEST I HAD IN MY LIFE... THE FULL CHICKEN WITH COMPLETE SET ( HAMMOS, SALAD, IRANI BREAD, GARLIC PASTE) IS ONLY 30 DHS AND FOR FULL PEPPER IS 33 DHS AND HALF CHICKEN IS 18 & 20 RESPECTIVELY... THE MASALA THE SPICES AND THE YUMMY TASTE WOW... I FEEL LIKE EATING AND EATING AGAIN AND AGAIN

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  • Chettinadu City Restaurant- Near National Paints: Typical mouth watering Chettinadu Food

    by dwaraksai Written May 1, 2012
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    Oh, Chettinadu, CCR! You have so much potential and can be so much, why is it that you still are not worthy of 5 stars? Let's see, shall we?

    Ambience - Fantastic. One of the BEST in the Sharjah Area for an upscale South-Indian restaurant. nice music playing in the background & can watch IPL match, spacious seating and lovely old-world-style photos all over the restaurant which reminds my old time and my village in India hawker pouring chai Indian-style with a slight smile on his face) ... all of this is what we love going to Chettinadu City Restaurant for!
    It is located near new singal same buildng of Emirates Islamic Bank Building for contact 06-5353596

    Menu - Amazing variety. Everything South-Indian & North Indian is available. The dishes have a tamil nadu twist on them, as the owners are from Tamilnadu Vankkam, guru! En samacharam?

    Favorite Dish: Food - This is where Chettinadu City does not reach it's potential. We usually get the South-Indian thalis when we go for lunch, or get the Combo plates for a pseudo-lighter meal. 95% of the time, the food is amazing. Fresh, delicious, authentic and very satisfying. The Chettindau Natu Kozhi has that slightly high in spicy which is typical of Chettinadu House Style, and the South-Indian thali has a variety of vegetable curries including Andhra Papu Khorua, Fried gobhi, biryani Rice, Veg. poriyal,raitha etc........

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    SARAVANA BHAVAN: SOUTH INDIAN

    by dishiva Written Nov 11, 2009

    Located at the Clock Tower, Sharjah, the Restaurant offers traditional South Indian food in a neat atmosphere.

    Specialities are Tiffin items in the morning and Evening. Though Thali is offered, it cannot be compared to their Indian equivalent in taste.

    The restaurant has a sweets counter to offer Indian sweets.

    Overall the ambience,service,hygiene and prices are good.

    Favorite Dish: Kuzhai puttu with Kondakadalai

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    Local grills: Local grub

    by flynboxes Updated Nov 30, 2009

    While not specific there are a handfull of cheap places to eat within a 5-10 min walk from the Sharjah Youth Hostel...many even deliver..the hostel has menu's that you can order from..all cheap and tasty....

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  • Indian Food

    by dutchbird Written Dec 6, 2003

    Good original Indian restaurant near the mosque at rolla sqaure.

    Favorite Dish: we tried several dishes all are bver good but europeans should only order North Indian food due to lots of spices, it can get very hot!!

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    Sas Radisson Hotel

    by euzkadi Updated Nov 24, 2005

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    I was in Sharjah during Ramadan, so everything was close, finally at the end of the Corniche, I found the Sas Radisson Hotel, good sandwiches and fruit juices.

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