5 Essential Tips For Tourists While Choosing The Right Food In Dubai

In a place like Dubai, the most difficult task might be choosing what to eat from all the best restaurants in Dubai. To make your choice more accurate, we have provided 5 essential tips to help you.


Decide Your Budget

Dubai is not all about glitz and glamour. It has something for everybody. You can get a meal on any budget. From local shawarma, costing around 6 dirhams, to fancy meals, which will charge you up to 1000 dirhams per person, you are sure to find something that will suit your pocket. The first thing you need to decide is how much you want to spend on a meal and the picture becomes clearer to you. There are many Pakistani and Indian restaurant scattered around the city, which are also the cheapest among all types of food.

Explore Your Surroundings

Nobody wants to waste an entire day traveling from one part of city to another for the sake of food. You can find the best places to eat almost anywhere in the city. All you need to do is find out what places are located near to your location so you can head straight towards it. Pakistani restaurants like Ravi, Karachi Darbar and Barbeque Delights are located in multiple locations in the city. You just need to find the one closest to you or your Dubai hotel.

Try Different Foods

In a place like Dubai, one should definitely benefit from all the variety of food around you and give your taste buds a change by trying food of different countries. You can opt for spicy Lebanese food or the bland Flavor of Afghani meat in the famous Kabul Darbar. Visit the spice souk to indulge all you sense of taste and smell with the exotic variety of food. For a more diverse taste you may try the famous sushi in the Grand Hyatt hotel or the Steakhouse in JBR. The best of all is surely the local Arabian cuisine, served with a sheesha while you are made to sit on the floor.

Read Reviews

The most sensible thing to do when you head out to eat something is to check reviews of the place you intend to visit. You can read the reviews online or try the first hand knowledge of people who have been there before. Sometimes these reviews save you a lot of time and wastage of money, not to mention a bad experience for a lifetime. It is always considered advisable to check what previous diners have experienced before you.

When In Doubt…..

If you are not comfortable with trying some particular food, to the extent that you feel that a bad food experience might ruin your trip, you should opt for the safer side. All international chains of restaurants are also present in Dubai, and fast food joints like Mcdonalds, Burger King, TGIF etc. are present in all food courts of all shopping malls. So be safe if you are not much of a risk taker.