Food of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi being a cosmopolitan city offers food and cuisines of various ethnicities. Delicious food served at fine-dine restaurants and hotel restaurants displays an impressive fusion of international flavours and great culinary skills, but prices are a bit high. There are several small eateries and street-side cafes all across Abu Dhabi that serves mouth-watering food. Al Harees (a dish of slow-cooked meat and wheat in a clay pot or oven served with ghee), Al Majboos (a dish made by boiling meat in water with addition of distinct fusion of spices and dried lime), and Al Madrooba ( a salted fish dish mixed with spices and thick sauce served with saffron rice) are the major local delicacies in Abu Dhabi. End the delicious meal with a round of renowned Arabic dessert, Baklava and delicious Arabic coffee.
Food for Indians in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi has an abundance of Indian restaurants serving some of the best food at comparatively cheaper prices. Meals served are in large portions and are of excellent quality. A thali comprising of fish curry, rice, lentil curry (dal), rasam, a vegetable side dish, sometimes a small fried fish and bowls of other accompaniments costs as low as AED 5. Meals served in the city also prove to be quite satisfying for vegetarians, offering a wide range of pure vegetarian food. Strict vegans may find it a bit difficult to get a precise dish but almost all places offer vegan options, accommodating especially to the demands of a paying customer.
Evergreen and Sangeetha are the pure vegetarian restaurants in the Tourist Club area along with Anand Vegetarian Restaurant, Royal Rajasthan and Chappan Bhog that are dotted across the city.
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