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Arabian Cuisine in Abu Dhabi – simple delicacies cooked to perfection

The capital of the United Arab Emirates is experiencing growth in all spheres. Its cities are constructed and planned to unparalleled precision. However, there is an underlying understanding that the history of the area paved the way for its growth, and of course the food unique to the area fueled the process and provided necessary amounts of mouth-watering entertainment. The city houses a significant amount of restaurants that offer traditional dishes and contemporary dishes with touches from the past. However, it would be best to start your food safari at a restaurant in Sir Bani Island. Overlooking the Arabian Gulf, Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara is a place of luxury and good food. Food from around the world is served and enjoyed in the hotel’s many restaurants, but why should the fun be limited. Follow the scents and scout around town to discover more.

Amazing Lebanese cuisine and spacious interiors would certainly spell Mijana. The restaurant is located in The Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi. You would certainly lick your lips at the sight of their raw meat and grilled meat dishes. Once you are satisfied you would be offered a free ferry ride across the canal. A heavy meal and a drifting ferry, sounds heavenly!

Want to indulge in more Lebanese dishes? Age old classics are brought to life with the garnishes of the present. Best be aware of the restaurant’s specialties which are foie gras kebab for a starter and zaatar crusted rack of lamb with sweet potato and truffle for a main course. However, the menu has more to offer. Make sure your stomach is prepared to take it all in.

Grilled meats cooked in fruits, sounds irresistible. Al Mayass is an Armenian cum Arabic restaurant which offers kebabs in cherry sauce and quail eggs on pastrami.These gobble-worthy food items are simply the best. Are you hungry yet? Plan you next trip to Abu Dhabi.

Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+

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