Page Last Updated: Sun, 23rd Apr 2017
Dubai, the largest city in the UAE, is home to some of the most iconic skyscrapers and luxurious hotels in the world.
This vibrant and dynamic city is also a melting pot of several cuisines and cultures, serving its residents and visitors with the best food from every corner of the globe.
Yet, the eternal favourite of Dubai-dwellers and visitors continue to be the local cuisine, mostly referred to as “Arabic cuisine”.
Most food connoisseurs would agree that it is tough to define Arabic cuisine as its a combination of diverse cuisine, which includes Mediterranean, Levantine, Persian, Yemeni, and Indian cuisine.
Every country in the Arab world offers an array of cuisine that is rich in flavour but prepared using common ingredients such as meat, rice, bread, wide variety of spices and vibrant herbs.
Seasonings and spices also play an important role in Arabic food. We love our hints of Saffron, Zaatr, cinnamon, cardamon, cloves, sesame and not to forget the mild to hot sauces that lend our food a unique flavour.
At Siraj, we serve the best in Emirati Levantine cuisine. We’re proud to be one of the finest restaurants in Dubai offering authentic Emirati cuisine with a contemporary twist.
Every dish served at our restaurant has a story tied around it.Located right next to Dubai Mall, overlooking the iconic Burj Khalifa tower and The Dubai Fountain, the restaurant offers its guests the perfect setting to indulge in the culinary delights of the Arab world.