My review of Logma – I am back writing another blog post for this restaurant. I had such a good experience with the old menu a couple of months ago, now I am here to talk about my experience with the new additions to the menu. Since my last visit here, I have had the pleasure of enjoying more Emirati cuisines at other places, but it was nice to be back at the restaurant that gave me my first ever Emirati food experience.
I found the chebab to be very interesting, but I forgot for a second there was date syrup on this dish, and I should have ate this towards the end of my dinner since I found it to be sweet and not as savoury. I loved it though, and it was a nice twist from the original pancakes found at Western restaurants.
I was impressed with the chips oman paratha. I am a sucker for junk food, such as the good old potato chips, and for the chips to be crunched up and placed inside the paratha was actually enjoyable. The chips gave the soft paratha more texture.
I have stopped eating chicken for a few weeks now, and if you remember the last time I was here, I had a chicken dish, so today I got a shrimp dish instead for my protein of the night. The logma shrimp rice was beautifully cooked, and all of the flavours on the dish was amazing, the yogurt sauce the came alongside the rice was a nice bonus to bring more lively flavours for my taste buds.
Finally, I am glad the lotus cake ran out, because I got to try the lotus lugaimat instead. I actually love the lotus biscuit served this way, and the caramel was a perfect match with the lotus flavours.
This restaurant deserves a rating of 4.5/5.
I ordered the chebab for 25DHS, logma fries for 28DHS, zaatar and cheese bites for 32DHS, chips oman paratha for 29DHS, logma shrimp rice for 61DHS, and the lotus lugaimat for 36DHS.
The pricing of the dishes here is reasonable especially for the portion sizes.
The service was wonderful here where the staff members are well trained, happy, and prompt at taking your order. The food came out in a good amount of time, even with the Iftar dinner rush.
The ambience of the restaurant is beautiful inside and out. Logma is located in the urban area known as Boxpark. I adore this little area, and the placement of this restaurant was perfect. I was happy to see artificial penguins and turtles as I was approaching and I just thought it was very cute. The interior of the restaurant is bright and welcoming, with simple decor all around.