Located at Golden Mile, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai.
We headed to this place for dinner while having a staycation at Atlantis. It was hard to locate the place but in the end we managed to figure it out. The place is like a maze so better keep those map apps downloaded before heading here.
Rating: 7 Golden Nuggets
The place has the Middle Eastern touch to it with the Arabic music playing in the background. It’s a go to place if you are interested in having a quiet and peaceful meal rather than a crowded and hustling and bustling restaurants.
Golden Treasure: Leabet El Set
1. Bent Al Akaber [AED 37]: Shish Tawook served with french fries, fresh grilled vegetables, halaby bread and tomeyeh. The shish tawook tasted fine; didn’t have any wow factor in it. The grilled vegetables were fresh and went well with the dips given along. The bread was piping hot while the hummus was just passable with an average taste. The dish could be easily shared by two hungry bellies with the generous portions given.
2. Leabet El Set [AED 35]: Grilled boneless chicken along with crispy french fries that could give competition to MCD. The chicken was grilled to perfection with the end result being having a juicy morsel of heaven with each bite dipped in those divine dressing given with the dish . The cheese dip offered as part of the sides was to die for. However, the spring roll given was not upto the mark; we have had better ones at other places or maybe it just didn’t suit our palate. Another dish that could be hogged by two hungry souls with growling bellies.
The staff was friendly and attentive. The servers did a great job of fulfilling our requests.
The food is a bit pricey but definitely qualifies for the value for money with its taste and servings given. Once in a while treating yourself with a higher price tag is no crime.
9AM to 12 Midnight
+971-4 429 8999
For more details about the menu visit Zomato.
We shall be coming for a second round soon to try the other grilled items and other dishes on the menu as it is worth the travel.
Have any of you been to Studio Masr? How was your experience?
Is the place scrumptious enough?