Ewaan Restaurant

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Review: Beautiful food served in a beautiful restaurant. The buffet items here are focused on seafood and meats. The display of the seafood items are stunning because there are ice sculptures of fish. The tastes of each of their items was delicious, I had no complaints tonight. The chicken was juicy and not dry at all, same with the roasted duck. This is surprising because buffet items tend to go dry after a while, but this restaurant was able to maintain the moisture in their foods. I love the crawfish served here, it is my first time seeing crawfish so far at a buffet in Dubai. There is a grill outside with various marinated meats, however it took a while to get my grilled meats, but when I did get it, it was great. Finally, the dessert and drinks were a perfect sweet to finish the lovely dinner off.

Beautiful ice sculpture for the seafood station

Rating: 4.5/5

Order: Arabic seafood buffet – 250DHS

Pricing: Worth it, especially with the amazing food, and the beautiful views when sitting outside.

Service: Drinks arrived slowly, but the servers were quick to clear finished plates off the table.

Ambiance: Beautiful middle eastern restaurant, with Arabic decor. Buffet items were arranged with finesse. The views sitting outside is stunning, you can see the whole Burj Khalifa – the tallest skyscraper in the world, and see part of the Dubai fountains.

The Burj Khalifa

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  1. March 31, 2017 at 9:12 pm

    Reblogged this on ForkingFoodie / MatristryMakeup.


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