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Grand Hyatt Dubai,
PO Box 7978,
Tel: +971 43171234
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If you are not hungry before you arrive at Awtar, you will be as soon as you step inside and the smoky scents of sizzling meats assault your senses. The smoking wood and flamegrilled lamb smells so good it’s enough to convert even hardened vegetarians. Thankfully, the drool-inducing aromas live up to the anticipation. Mains are a meat feast of outstanding shish taouk, juicy pink lamb chops and flavourful kebabs. That’s provided you haven’t overloaded on the starters of rich chicken livers in a sassy, lemony sauce or the spicy, yet incredibly moreish sausages. In fact, from the moment you arrive your hunger-pangs will be well-catered to with mountains of hot bread, innovative mezze and crispy fresh salads. And should a vegetarian manage to slip through the woodwork, they’ll be suitably impressed by the impeccable plates of mutabbal, deep-fried cheese and white bean salad crowded on the table. The decorative stance is on opulence and Arabia with heavy sheathes of luxuriant fabrics and colourful glass lanterns, so you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a lavish bedouin tent. In true Arabian style, the glasses are gold-rimmed and the ceiling extravagantly decorated. Rounded off with amiable and astute service – as opposed to the pushy hard-sell style in many other Arabic restaurants – and you’ve got the quintessential Arabian dining experience.
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