Traveling is a way to get peace of mind and relaxation. Many people in the modern era are traveling to the best vacation spots, and Dubai is one of them; therefore, the tourists visiting Dubai are also great in number. First thing’s first, you have to decide how much you are willing to pay for the ticket to Dubai. We all know how expensive shopping is over there and so you would prefer to spend as little as you can on travel. Only a few people usually experience cheap air travel, and there are some tips that they follow. You shall book your ticket on a weekday and get it scheduled at least a month before departure to get a super low price. This way, you will have a lot of money that you can spend on shopping or food if you are a foodie; this blog is about the food lovers and your trip in Dubai for ten days. What can you do in Dubai for ten days? Keep reading to find out.
‘Mandi’ is a cuisine of the Arabs. It has rice and meat; chicken, beef or lamb, your choice. There is a tasty gravy made out of tomatoes, onions, and mint. The rice and meat and enjoyed along with the sauce. Many people mistake Mandi with Biryani, but they are both very separate dishes. Not only Arabs but people in UAE and Pakistan are fond of Mandi as it is a very tasty dish. Few people prefer lamb and beef over chicken, and every different meat is cooked uniquely, thus having a different taste. It depends on the likes of the person only.
Shawarma is one of the most popular cuisines in Dubai; it is liked by most of the Arabs. It is a wrap made with lamb or chicken and different veggies, tossed with a lot of unique sauces that make it flavorful. The Shawarma is served hot with a drink, in case it is spicy. The Shawarma places in Dubai are trained to prepare a Shawarma according to the customization that the customer wants. Be it spicy or regular, with veggies or just meat, everything is available there.
Kellaj is a dish where there is a lot of cheese-filled in the bread. It is usually served before the main course to satiate the hunger of the customer. It is light and grilled on charcoal to have the best smell that food can have.
Falafel has ground chickpeas balls that are fried, paired with different bread. There are a lot of veggies used in this dish. Perhaps, various restaurants in Dubai prepare falafel in their separate ways, but it is a must-try food in Dubai for sure.
Fattoush is a healthy option for a dish, with various veggies; there are toasted pieces of bread and lemon dressing. You can try this and never regret it since it is so flavorful that you will fall in love with it on your first try. It is one of the most famous dishes in Dubai, and a must-have in case you are looking to shed some pounds and eat healthily.
Kunafah is the cheesiest dessert that rules the hearts of Arabs. It is a pastry made of sweet cheese and a syrup along with it to pour on the dish before tasting it. It is famous among people in the Middle East, and it is usually served in Mandi houses.
Chelu kebab is served with rice and onions, with a lot of butter on the side. It is a heavy dish for the non-vegetarians visiting Dubai. Chelu kebab is among the most delicious meals that are out there in the UAE.
It is a dish prepared with chickpeas, oil, garlic, and lemon. They make into a paste, brown. It is a very tasty dip that is enjoyed with bread, usually pita bread or Khubus. Many people like the combination of Hummus with Shawarma and Khubus. It is a Middle Eastern dish and especially loved by the Arabs in Saudi Arabia, but it is fairly popular in Dubai.
There are one of the best cuisines that one shall try on their tour. A person who loves food has a high chance that if these dishes are on your checklist, you will like them all.
Try some of these delicious dishes at these restaurants & destinations:
Yes, there are various food tours available in Dubai that offer guided culinary experiences through the city’s diverse neighborhoods and eateries.
Dubai’s culinary scene is vibrant year-round. However, the cooler months between November and April are ideal for exploring outdoor food markets and enjoying al fresco dining.
Absolutely! Dubai’s food scene caters to all dietary preferences, including vegetarian and vegan options.
Blog Composed by Mary Jean