Eat Kuai is an Asian restaurant which focuses on Chinese-inspired dishes. They boast of not using any MSG to any of their dish which is a big plus for a healthy living lifestyle. It is located in Box Park, Dubai and is not that hard to spot when around the area.
We arrived at the place for dinner which was sort of a celebration since my friend's family arrived in town for a short vacation. The place was not full at that time since we are a big group we occupied two tables. The menu was pretty straightforward though they had a wide array of dishes to choose from.
We just asked the waiter for some of the best recommendations around which were the following:
Ever since I got here in Dubai, I have been trying a lot of dishes from different countries. Some of which was completely new while others were quite familiar. I must admit that among all, I am quite reluctant to try out Indian Cuisine but somehow I gotta at least try. Luckily, I was tagged along by my friend for her tasting invite at the highly rated Fine Dining Indian restaurant around the city, Tresind.
Moshi is a restaurant located in Al Barsha that specializes in serving two simple dishes called the Momo and Sushi. Such dishes are reinvented and cooked in a way that fuses Japanese and Nepali cuisines.
It is tucked in a small area which can probably accommodate less than 10 people at a time. It is located behind the Mall of Emirates and right across the City Max Hotel.
CaliBurger is a Southern California style food chain that specializes in serving succulent burgers. This restaurant is quickly expanding and has already opened a branch all over the globe. In UAE, they recently opened a new branch in Dubai at Sheikh Zayed Road. This fast growing food chain is being compared at par with the famous IN-N-OUT Burger. The place is quite spacious and has an outdoor seating.
People who loves to eat are always the best people.