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Zahr El-Laymoun

Zahr El-Laymoun, meaning “orange blossom”, is an ode to nature and health. We know that well-cooked food enriches our bodies and souls that is why our recipes have earth and tradition at their roots. Our ingredients are freshly handpicked, deliciously grilled, seasoned with natural herbs, Read More


Location
Ground Level
Area
Downtown Dubai
Mall
Souk Al Bahar
Phone
+971 4 448 6060
Website
http://www.zahrellaymoun.com
Email
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
I usually identify Lebanese food with flavourful shawarmas and grilled chicken dishes with pickles and assortment of hummus in roadside eateries and stalls, so when I got a chance to try this artistically designed Lebanese outlet, located right next to the Dubai Fountain across Dubai Mall, I was a touch sceptical. The following hour and a half was an experience to cherish- with an amazing array of food and drinks, and a very professional crew expertly guiding and serving the guests. The relaxed setting, comfortable seating and the pleasant demeanour of the staff puts you at ease, and sets you up for slightly different and unique experience of what one terms as Lebanese/Middle Eastern cuisine- we started with Juices, except they weren’t the kind you normally identify as the plain extract from a fruit- so my Pomegranate juice had a touch of ginger, with plenty of mint leaves thrown in, and tasted quite yummy. My guest ordered Rose- which also had an assortment of dry fruits (fig, cashews, raisins) in it, and with its subtle sweet taste perfectly complemented the slightly pungent pomegranate drink. Not to be outdone, we also ordered the Jellab (twice)- which I think is made of extracts from carobs, dates, molasses, grapes, and the likes, and is quite refreshing. For starters, we were suggested the spicy cauliflower hummus with bread, and I am glad we followed the advice because it up scales the taste of the hummus by a few notches. Grilled chicken and fish were our mains, and I must say quite fresh and tasty. The only disappointment for me was the chicken shawarma that I thought was a touch too dry, and I missed the pickles radishes that I thought are a must for the shawarma. Overall, a fabulous experience, and a great place to have dinner in, you can follow that up with walk around the Fountain. The prices are on the higher side, but I guess the proximity to a wonderful tourist attraction, and a good experience gastronomic experience comes at a price!!Read more
This is my worse experience I had, the AC was not working, the food was bad, the price was too high.. The bad news that when I show them the Entertainer membership they were very confused, and then when I back home, I discovered that they add a meal to my invoice which I did not asked!!! Then that meal was dedicated as an Entertainer promo!!!! I will keep the invoice for any investigation needs.. They should stop this behavior by low.. But I don't like to involve in this..Read more
food is not tasty at all ,, horrible prices ... limited menue ... toooooo awful restaurant !!!!i dont recomend this restuarant to anybody anytime at any condition !!Read more
We had a weekday lunch at Zahr El Laymoun. The food came quick as the kitchen and waiters were not too busy at 2 pm on Thursday, with just a few other clients being served. Both, Mixed Platter (grill) and Arabic Salad were fresh and tasty. The ambiance is positive, décor is pleasing. The prices are higher than average - just like everywhere else at Majaz waterfront.Read more
Doesn't worth the money I paid No meat no chicken no fish ,only rice with some appetizers I don't recommend it at allRead more