This restaurant has the characteristics of Middle Eastern cuisine, that is, the portion is very large. The fried pork inside is estimated to be enough for four people. Our family of three ordered four dishes, but I couldn't finish it. The steaks cost four.
You can see the Burj Al Arab Hotel directly across the balcony of this shop
The decoration of the hotel is very distinctive and the contrast of colors is very exotic
The food is all to my taste, basically I didn’t order Lei Pin
I recommend a few dishes to everyone
Just Excellent!!I have never been a fan of Turkish food, maybe because I do not try it more often, which I will do after visiting Kaftan. What a great experience. Kaftan changed my mindset when it comes to Turkish cuisine. Tried their business lunch - two course menu, and one of their appetizers Lahmacun. Just delightful!! Impressed by the speed of service and quality of food, and great location too. Will visit again for sure, it is definitely on my favorite list of restaurants in Dubai...exquisite!
We visit Kaftan almost every Friday morning to enjoy our weekend breakfast. It is the one and only real Turkish breakfast in Dubai with its honey and cream, eggs, simits, cheese platter. It has both indoors and outdoors so that you can enjoy it every season. It also has a valet parking which is very convenient. The service is very good and food is delicious. We havent tried other menü items though. Prices are reasonable for Dubai. It also has a small playground for kids. Highly recommended.
I went to this restaurant for lunch as recommended by one friend. It was a nice experience. Food and service is very good. The sitting area is will designed and comfortable.They have a nice food presentation. The total bill for two person was 350 Aed. Worth a try
Visited here with my wife for a quiet dinner, after passing by many times before on Jumeirah road. First thing to strike you is the beautifully decorated outdoor seating area, which for this time of year is fantastic, only downside is the noise from traffic. The choice on the menu was wide with meat lovers well catered for and a few fish and salad options too. We opted for some hot and cold mezze's, all were really good but the beef topped with pistachio was our favourite. For mains we had Iskender and beef on a sizzling plate. We definitely ordered too much and couldn't mange dessert., but left happy none the less. Price was reasonable, but on the higher end, to be expected given its location.
The restaurant is located across the road from the Burj Al Arab Hotel. It is a small white two-story building on the side of the street. It is not very conspicuous, a bit like some private kitchens in Shanghai. There is valet parking service. After entering the courtyard, the restaurant has indoor and outdoor options. The outdoor is suitable for weekend sunshine brunch, and the interior decoration is also very elegant. The waiter is polite, meticulous and attentive, but not overly enthusiastic, just right! After seated, there are special Turkish buns with dipping sauce and olives, which are very delicious. Especially olives, subverted my bad impression of olives in the previous N years. The waiter did not take the initiative to recommend the dishes, probably because they were all regular customers, and they enthusiastically recommended them after asking. Although there are not many customers, the serving speed is surprisingly fast. Basically, all the dishes are served together. This is slightly wrong, and the dishes are easy to cool and affect the taste. The dishes are exquisitely presented, the collocation is reasonable, the ingredients are very fresh, and some of the food is organic. The most impressive thing is the cold onion with pita. As a person who doesn't eat onions, it is very delicious and refreshing. Pomegranate juice is also very pure. The dishes are generally presented very well, the only downside is that the chef Shibeng lamb I ordered Medium, but he cooked it older. There is no special spice flavor in the taste, which is easy for Chinese people to accept.