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    Dubai Marine Restaurants: For all tastes

    by solopes Updated Jun 9, 2014

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    During the day all the movement into and out Marina Beach hotel must use the reception.

    When the night comes the gate to the pools area and restaurants is open (and switched to the reception the access from residential area) and the restaurants are open to the public (ingenious solution).

    Several cuisines and a club turn the night more animated than the day. At least in hot summer days. Eating "at home" gives time for fun and relaxation.

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    Cafe Havana: lunch in the city

    by uglyscot Updated May 13, 2014

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    Cafe Havana, Ibn Battuta Mall

    The cafe we went to is in the Deira City Centre, but there are other branches elsewhere [eg. Ibn battuta Mall] . It is a place for coffee but also serves lunches. The service is good.The prices are reasonable. It is also very handy when one is out shopping.

    The day's special at 39 dirham includes soup, a main dish [chicken escalope] and a piece of cake.
    I had broccoli soup which was a bit watery for my taste, at 16 dh . Then fettucine Alfredo [ fettucini with roasted dhicken cubes, mushrooms in a sauce at 28 dh.

    Favorite Dish: The fettucine Alfredo was good.

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    Shamiana: Tandoori and Indian

    by uglyscot Updated May 13, 2014

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    Shamiana is a takeaway chain found in some Food Courts. We ordered three dishes to eat in at the Food Court in Uptown Mirdif. The food took 15 minutes approx. to be cooked. Most were too spicey for children.

    The Food Court at Mirdif has the usual Chains : McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut, Hardees, plus lesser known: Arz Lebanese, China Pavilion, Fresh, Fern and Fakhar , Da Gama etc.
    The main disadvantage of eating in a food court is the paper plates and plastic cutlery!

    Favorite Dish: We ordered three different dishes:
    Butter Chicken-- a delicious chicken dish which is not too spicey, and served with large sheets of delicious hot naan bread.
    Non Vegetarian Grill- two types of grilled chicken with yellow rice and french fries.
    Kabab-- lamb grilled on skewers, with onions and naan bread.

    If forced to choose, I'd take the kabab, but all were delicious.

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    La Moda: great buffet at Intercontinental Hotel

    by uglyscot Updated May 13, 2014

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    Intercontinental hotel

    The La Moda is one of the restaurants in the Intercontinental Hotel. The surroundings are quiet but very pleasant. The service is good. We used to go regularly.
    On Fridays there is an excellent buffet where you can wander and choose from the different restaurants. La moda specialises in Italian cuisine, but you can have choices from Iranian, Japanese. Fish or dessert sections too. Children are catered for also and they have an area of their own where they can have face painting done or eat popcorn, candy floss, toffee apples, and get balloons and sweets.

    Favorite Dish: I loved the salmon especially. And the ravioli with mushroom sauce is fantastic. Iranian kofta.
    And the tiramisu is to die for.

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    Milano: great gelati

    by uglyscot Updated May 13, 2014

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    This small ice-cream parlour is in Reef Mall. It has a large cold counter with a wide selection of ice creams and sorbets The choice is mindboggling, so several visits are needed, though they do allow a taste when trying to make your choice.
    There are sofas or chairs to sit in and eat , or else you can take away your hard wafer cornet, or cup.

    Favorite Dish: I had wild forest fruits [can't remember the Italian name] which was a good choice.
    My grand-daughter had the chocolate flavour - very rich.
    My daughter had dolce latte, but it was a toss up between that or the limonetta.

    I'm sure whatever flavour you choose will not be a disappointment.It's worth the 8dhs per scoop.

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    Cold Stone: Don't miss the way they juggle/toss icecreams here

    by vpas Written Apr 7, 2014

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    To be very frank I was not very impressed with the flavors that they had to offer... but I simply, thoroughly enjoyed the juggling and tossing of the ice creams that they do continuously there. I had a vanilla which was the only flavor that I liked. I tasted all the others but didn't like them for I found them too sweet.

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    Arabian Discovery: Dinner Cruise

    by solopes Updated Dec 27, 2013

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    There are several starting points and several prices to this dinner, announced as one of Dubai's highlights. We bought it in our hotel, by the regular price (I think), with the advantage of transfers both ways.

    The sights are not so gorgeous as expected, and the dinner is nothing special... as expected.

    Anyway, we had to dine each day, the quality was acceptable, it was different, and travelling in the air-conditioning along the river, comfortable enough to justify the price.

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    Paul Boulangerie: Luxe French Bakery and Restaurant

    by machomikemd Written Jul 31, 2013
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    You would know that even though there is a proliferation of Coffee Shops and Bakery Restaurants in Dubai like Tim Horton's Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Black Canyon Coffee, etc, there is still a market for the more upscale french bakery and restaurant kind the the Paul International Boulangerie Represents. They have 10 branches around Dubai and the Branch we visited was the the Ground Level of the Bur Juman Mall.

    Opens: 8:30 am to 12 midnight everyday

    according to their website:

    PAUL Bakery & Restaurant caters to the French way of life that is reflected in its selection of bread, viennoiserie, pâtisserie, sandwiches, soups and salads and a selection of signature French dishes.

    Mission
    PAUL Bakery & Restaurant is passionate about bread and reflects the French tradition where possible; the value of quality and fresh produce is at the heart of its success.

    Description

    Since 1889, PAUL Bakery & Restaurant has stayed true to the heritage of French rustic cooking and traditional baking, distinguishing itself for its fine breads baked in the bakeries which are in full view for the customers. and its wide selection of quality French casual dining dishes.
    PAUL,Maison de Qualité, is today very much part of France’s culinary and cultural heritage.


    according to wikipedia:

    Paul is a French chain of bakery/café restaurants established in 1889 in the city of Croix, in Northern France, by Charlemagne Mayot.[2][3] Boulangeries Paul SAS has its head office in Marcq-en-Barœul, in Greater Lille.[4]

    As of August 2011 there are over 436 franchised Paul bakery/café restaurants (326 in France and 127 in 24 other countries) in France, Spain, Belgium, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Morocco, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Japan, Taiwan, Jordan, China, Egypt and the United States of America. It specializes in serving French products including breads, crêpes, sandwiches, macarons, soups, cakes, pastries, coffee, wine, and beer. Groupe Holder is the parent of Paul.

    Favorite Dish: they have a dizzying array of coffee, french pastries, french macaroons, cheesecakes, crepes, soups and more. Cafe Au lait at 20 AED an order (one size only), Cheesecakes at AED 22, french macaroons at AED 8 per piece.

    branches:

    PAUL Burjuman Center. (Open from 8.30am for take-away, restaurant from 9am)
    PAUL Deira City Centre. (Open from 8.30am)
    PAUL Dubai International Airport Concourse A. (Open 24 hrs)
    PAUL Dubai International Airport Concourse B. (Open 24 hrs)
    PAUL Dubai International Airport Concourse C. (Open 24 hrs)
    PAUL Dubai Mall. (Open from 9am)
    PAUL Mercato Mall (Open from 8am for take-away, restaurant from 9am)
    PAUL JBR. (Open from 8.30am for take-away, restaurant from 9am)
    PAUL Mall Of The Emirates. (Open from 8.30am)
    PAUL Mirdif City Center (Open from 8.30am)
    PAUL Wafi Mall (Open from 8.30am)

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    Tim Horton's: Canada's Coffee Chain Makes it Big in Dubai

    by machomikemd Written Jul 31, 2013
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    Tim Horton's is Canada's Largest Coffeehouse cum fast service restaurant chain and it has more than 3,000 branches around Canada, The United States and Rapildy Growing in the Middle East. The First Tim Horton's Branch in Dubai opened just in 2012 and it one year later, it now has more than 12 branches in Dubai Area Alone and more than 20 around the UAE. My friends here in Dubai Says that Tim Horton's Is now more popular hang out joint for coffee habitues in Dubai than Starbucks Coffee. I am familiar with the taste of It as I have visited Canada and they are now widely spread across the United States.

    Besides the Coffee and Coffee Blended Drinks and Teas, Tim Horton's has a wider selection of Freshly Baked Goodies like muffins, cookies, breakfast sandwiches and more food selections that Starbucks.

    I love tim hortons and I had a caffaine fix on two different stores here in dubai, at the Walk at JBR and Dubai Mall.

    Opens 24/7

    According to Tim Horton's Website:

    ABOUT TIM HORTONS INC.
    Tim Hortons is one of the largest publicly-traded restaurant chains in North America based on market capitalization, and the largest in Canada. Operating in the quick service segment of the restaurant industry, Tim Hortons appeals to a broad range of consumer tastes, with a menu that includes premium coffee, espresso-based hot and cold specialty drinks including lattes, cappuccinos and espresso shots, specialty teas, fruit smoothies, home-style soups, fresh Panini and classic sandwiches, wraps, hot breakfast sandwiches and fresh baked goods, including our trademark donuts. As of September 30th, 2012, Tim Hortons had 4,138 systemwide restaurants, including 3,365 in Canada, 755 in the United States and 18 in the Gulf Cooperation Council. More information about the Company is available at http://www.timhortons.com/.

    Favorite Dish: Their Classic Iced Latte Costs AED 18 for a large cup, Iced Mocha at 18 AED, Muffins at AED 8 a piece, Donuts at AED 7 a Piece, a sandwich and soup and coffee combo at AED 28.

    Their Branches Include:

    DUBAI

    AL WASL

    +971-55-2136-174

    +971-4-3883-149

    DUBAI

    DEIRA CITY CENTRE

    +971-55-2136-879

    +971-4-2981-547

    DUBAI

    DUBAI MALL

    +971-55-2136-678

    +971-4-3253-070

    DUBAI

    DUBAI MALL SECOND FLOOR

    +971-52-9093-282

    +971-4-3882-870

    DUBAI

    OUTLET MALL

    +971-55-2136-880

    DUBAI

    J3 MALL

    +971-55-2136-151

    +971-4-3469-912

    DUBAI

    JBR THE WALK

    +971-55-2136-881

    +971-4-4514-409

    DUBAI

    JUMEIRAH CENTRE

    +971-55-2136-591

    +971-4-3856-516

    DUBAI

    LATIFA TOWER

    +971-55-2136-148

    +971-4-3589-794

    DUBAI

    MARINASCAPE RETAIL

    +971-52-9958-682

    +971-4-4219-097

    DUBAI

    MEADOWS

    +971-55-2136-424

    +971-4-4219-036

    DUBAI

    SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD

    +971-55-2136-834

    +971-4-3861-193

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    Max's Restaurant: Filipino Fried Chicken and More Restaurant 2

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 31, 2013
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    You Would Know that there is a large Filipino Presence in the United Arab Emirates if you See Max's Restaurant. Chowking Restaurant may have more branches but it is a combination of Chinese-Filipino Food, but Max's Restaurant is purely unulderated Filipino Food. This Filipino Fried Chicken Icon has 3 branches across the UAE and the Dubai Branch is an anchor Tenant of Spinney's Hypermarket at Trade Center Road.

    they have a lot of filipino comfort food besides the filipino style fried chicken like sinigang na bangus, sinigang na baka (no pork sinigang as this is a halal restaurant), beef kare kare, beef tapa, etc.

    but since filipino food is pork laden, there are differences in the menu here from the philippines like they don't have the crispy pata, lechon kawali, pork sinigang, pork laden lumpiang shanghai, pancit without pork bits, as this is an islamic country after all. Only a few restaurants are allowed to serve pork.

    The Area is packed with filipino expatriates and curious locals and a smattering of other nationalities.

    They have no alcoholic license so no beers and alcholic drinks are served

    STORE HOURS Mondays through Sundays 10:00 AM to 12:00 MN

    Favorite Dish: their classic fried chicken with banana ketchup, a quarter order with rice and 1 extra side dish will cost AED 30, an order of beef bulalo at AED 40, drinks like sago't gulaman at AED 12 per order.

    again, many of the clasic filipino dishes with pork that can be found at Max's Restaurant in the Philippines are not found here.

    according to their website:

    Max's Restaurant's beginnings started in 1945, after World War II. Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford - educated teacher, befriended the American occupation troops stationed at Quezon City. Because of this friendship, the soldiers regularly visited Maximo's nearby home for a drink or two. Later on, the troops insisted that they pay for their drinks. This prompted Maximo to open a cafe; where the troops could enjoy food and drinks.

    The cafá initially served chicken, steak and drinks. Maximo's niece - Ruby, who managed the kitchen, created a special recipe for chicken that became an instant favorite for the GIs. Soon, the Filipino public heard about the delicious chicken - tender, juicy and crispy - and they came too! Max's Restaurant was born.

    Over the years, Max's Restaurant's popularity grew and became known as "the house that fried chicken built". It has expanded in Metro Manila, Southern and Northern Luzon, Cebu and California, USA.

    Looking towards the next millennium, Max's Restaurant has established itself as a household name, an institution, and a proud Filipino tradition. The second and third generations of the family continue to zealously uphold the standards and traditions set by Maximo and Ruby for all Max's Restaurants..

    Today Max's Restaurant has opened a window of business opportunity for dynamic individuals interested and willing to invest in the long standing tradition of quality which only a Max's Restaurant can offer. It opened its doors to franchising for the first time in the second quarter of 1998. This is the opportunity to join the thriving food service industry in the Philippines.

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    Max's Restaurant: Filipino Fried Chicken and More Restaurant 1

    by machomikemd Written Jul 31, 2013
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    This will be a two part ip with more pictures.

    You Would Know that there is a large Filipino Presence in the United Arab Emirates if you See Max's Restaurant. Chowking Restaurant may have more branches but it is a combination of Chinese-Filipino Food, but Max's Restaurant is purely unulderated Filipino Food. This Filipino Fried Chicken Icon has 3 branches across the UAE and the Dubai Branch is an anchor Tenant of Spinney's Hypermarket at Trade Center Road.

    they have a lot of filipino comfort food besides the filipino style fried chicken like sinigang na bangus, sinigang na baka (no pork sinigang as this is a halal restaurant), beef kare kare, beef tapa, etc.

    but since filipino food is pork laden, there are differences in the menu here from the philippines like they don't have the crispy pata, lechon kawali, pork sinigang, pork laden lumpiang shanghai, pancit without pork bits, as this is an islamic country after all. Only a few restaurants are allowed to serve pork.

    The Area is packed with filipino expatriates and curious locals and a smattering of other nationalities.

    They have no alcoholic license so no beers and alcholic drinks are served

    STORE HOURS Mondays through Sundays 10:00 AM to 12:00 MN

    Favorite Dish: their classic fried chicken with banana ketchup, a quarter order with rice and 1 extra side dish will cost AED 30, an order of beef bulalo at AED 40, drinks like sago't gulaman at AED 12 per order.

    again, many of the clasic filipino dishes with pork that can be found at Max's Restaurant in the Philippines are not found here.

    according to their website:

    Max's Restaurant's beginnings started in 1945, after World War II. Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford - educated teacher, befriended the American occupation troops stationed at Quezon City. Because of this friendship, the soldiers regularly visited Maximo's nearby home for a drink or two. Later on, the troops insisted that they pay for their drinks. This prompted Maximo to open a cafe; where the troops could enjoy food and drinks.

    The cafá initially served chicken, steak and drinks. Maximo's niece - Ruby, who managed the kitchen, created a special recipe for chicken that became an instant favorite for the GIs. Soon, the Filipino public heard about the delicious chicken - tender, juicy and crispy - and they came too! Max's Restaurant was born.

    Over the years, Max's Restaurant's popularity grew and became known as "the house that fried chicken built". It has expanded in Metro Manila, Southern and Northern Luzon, Cebu and California, USA.

    Looking towards the next millennium, Max's Restaurant has established itself as a household name, an institution, and a proud Filipino tradition. The second and third generations of the family continue to zealously uphold the standards and traditions set by Maximo and Ruby for all Max's Restaurants..

    Today Max's Restaurant has opened a window of business opportunity for dynamic individuals interested and willing to invest in the long standing tradition of quality which only a Max's Restaurant can offer. It opened its doors to franchising for the first time in the second quarter of 1998. This is the opportunity to join the thriving food service industry in the Philippines.

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    Sobahn: Korean-Japanese Restaurant 2

    by machomikemd Written Jul 31, 2013
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    Dubai is really a cosmopolitan City and is host to a wide Variety of Cuisines around the World and one of the popular Korean-Japanese Restaurants for local emiratis and Asian Tourists and Expatriates is the Sobahn Korean-Japanese Restaurant. This resto offers both ala carte meals(like jjampong, bulgogi, beef teriyaki, bibimbap, tempura, assorted maki and sushi, kimbap, Spicy Nak Ji, etc) and special all you can eat Japanese and Korean Barbecue Grilled dishes at it's al fresco dining area at the second floor, overlooking the Shiekh Zayed Road. Unfortunately, you need to ride a taxi to go here as there are no nearby Dubai Metro Station in the area. It is located near the Safa Park.

    Opens:

    LUNCH
    EVERYDAY / 12PM - 3PM

    DINNER
    EVERYDAY / 6PM - 11PM

    according to their website:

    Sobahn offers the finest in Korean & Japanese cuisine.

    With its ultra-modern, yet traditional décor, Sobahn is ideal for both corporate executives as well as for families and individuals looking for a quiet and cosy place to socialise and enjoy the finest Asian delicacies.

    Sobahn promises an authentic gourmet experience within a modern and trendy setting with a high influence on Korean cuisine but also featuring memorable alternate Asian cuisines.

    During the cooler months enjoy our outdoor seating and Korean barbeque whilst taking in the magnificent Dubai skyline

    Favorite Dish: Prices of the appetizers costs AED 30 to 70, Noodle Dishes at AED 40 to 60, Assorted Sushi and Maki at AED 25 to 55. They don't serve beers or alcholic drinks.

    we tried the Korean-Japanese Barbecue Dinner Set that costs AED 149 per person, including softdrinks and the variety of grilled dishes include rib eye teriyaki, beef kalbi, spicy squids, assorted kimchis and korean and japanese soups and a lot more.

    they don't have pork dishes available like the tonkatsu, samgyetang, butadon, etc as this is a halal restaurant.

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    Sobahn: Korean-Japanese Restaurant 1

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 31, 2013
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    Dubai is really a cosmopolitan City and is host to a wide Variety of Cuisines around the World and one of the popular Korean-Japanese Restaurants for local emiratis and Asian Tourists and Expatriates is the Sobahn Korean-Japanese Restaurant. This resto offers both ala carte meals(like jjampong, bulgogi, beef teriyaki, bibimbap, tempura, assorted maki and sushi, kimbap, Spicy Nak Ji, etc) and special all you can eat Japanese and Korean Barbecue Grilled dishes at it's al fresco dining area at the second floor, overlooking the Shiekh Zayed Road. Unfortunately, you need to ride a taxi to go here as there are no nearby Dubai Metro Station in the area. It is located near the Safa Park.

    Opens:

    LUNCH
    EVERYDAY / 12PM - 3PM

    DINNER
    EVERYDAY / 6PM - 11PM

    according to their website:

    Sobahn offers the finest in Korean & Japanese cuisine.

    With its ultra-modern, yet traditional décor, Sobahn is ideal for both corporate executives as well as for families and individuals looking for a quiet and cosy place to socialise and enjoy the finest Asian delicacies.

    Sobahn promises an authentic gourmet experience within a modern and trendy setting with a high influence on Korean cuisine but also featuring memorable alternate Asian cuisines.

    During the cooler months enjoy our outdoor seating and Korean barbeque whilst taking in the magnificent Dubai skyline

    Favorite Dish: Prices of the appetizers costs AED 30 to 70, Noodle Dishes at AED 40 to 60, Assorted Sushi and Maki at AED 25 to 55. They don't serve beers or alcholic drinks.

    we tried the Korean-Japanese Barbecue Dinner Set that costs AED 149 per person, including softdrinks and the variety of grilled dishes include rib eye teriyaki, beef kalbi, spicy squids, assorted kimchis and korean and japanese soups and a lot more.

    they don't have pork dishes available like the tonkatsu, samgyetang, butadon, etc as this is a halal restaurant.

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    Starbucks: Coffee Chain that Needs No Introduction

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 31, 2013
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    Starbucks has invaded the area where coffee culture began!

    It was only during the Siege of Vienna in the 1700's that the Europeans discovered coffee and they had taken a liking to it and it spread to the Americas too. and at present, The Largest Coffee Chain in the World is what else but Starbucks from the Americas, and they invaded ther area where the original coffee drinking culture started.

    It is giving the local arabic coffee a run for it's money as it presently has more than 66 branches in Dubai. Popular by Local Emiratis, Western Expats and Asian Expats, It's close competitor is Canadian Tim Horton's. I had a few drinks at several branches, like at the Ibn Batutta Mall, The Walk at JBR and the 2 branches at Terminal 3 at Dubai international Airport.

    opens: 24/7 execept ramadan

    Favorite Dish: like in any areas, Starbucks provides some local content in most of their branches around the world, like they have the Asian Dolce Latte in South East Asia, the Caffe Misto and lime mint frapuccino in the Middle East to name a few.

    Iced Caffe Latte Venti at 18 AED, Hot Cafe Americano Venti at 16 AED (my favorite), Light Vanilla Cream Venti Frapuccino at 22 AED and more.

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    Shark Bites Restaurant: One of the Restaurants at Aquaventure Waterpark

    by machomikemd Written Jul 31, 2013
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    Aquaventure Waterpark in Atlantis Resort at the Palm Jumeirah Islands is now more popular than the Wild Wadi Waterpark in Madinat Jumeira Area and more poeple now come to this waterpark and due to this, Aquaventure Waterpark has quite a few, appropriately named after fish like the Shark Bites Restaurant, Barracudas, Snappers, Lagoons, Splashers and Waves.

    This will be on the Largest Restaurant in the Waterpark, the Shark Bites Restaurant, Located beside the Private Beach of the Aquaventure Waterpark in Palm Jumeirah Island. Shark Bites offers assorted international fast food products like tacos, burgers, nachos, spaghetti, chicken shawarma, fries and other assorted dishes. It has an indoor dinign and outdoor alfresco dining areas.

    Opens: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm during summertime
    9:00 am to 6:00 pm during wintertime

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    Favorite Dish: since we had the platinum day tripper package for Aquaventure Waterpark, food was included and you can choose you food if you want chicken shawarma, burgers, nachos, sandwiches or fried chicken and with french fries and a large drink included, all for AED 325 for the Platinum Package.

    if you will order ala carte, prices are AED 25 for a Burger or a Chicken Shawarma with fries, AED 10 for a large softdrink or fruit juice.

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