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Friday, 10 June 2016

A Taste of Asian

Are you craving for some comfort food? Or an expat wanting to try out some amazing Asian cuisines? Craving for something delicious and yet reasonable in price. Something authentic. Something Asian!? Look no further, i have always been on the search for Dubai's Asian Hidden Gems. Well i am still searching more, have not posted a few and still having few places in my list that i wanted to go but yet to find the right timing.

Weekend is here again. Look no further and try out some of these Asian cuisine. You will find these places i went a great option.

Betawi Restaurant

A Taste of Indonesia, Betawi, look no further for one of the best nasi goreng, beef rendang, mee goreng and etc. Located in Jumeirah Lake Towers, beautiful place, restaurant have great ambiance and cosy interiors. Thumbs up on keeping the asian spiciness in some of the dishes which may not suit some expats.

Quanjude Restaurant

A taste of China. Searching for the best Peking Roast Duck in town? Look no further. Finally found in International City China Cluster. Quanjude Restaurant. A small restaurant with only few (6) tables. Very well known for its trademark Quanjude Peking Roast Duck in Beijing, China. Authentic Chinese Food. Thumbs Up. With very reasonable pricing and HUGE portion.

Hanoi Naturally

A taste of Vietnamese. Another Asian hidden gem in the Jumeirah Lake Towers area. A taste of delicious Vietnamese. The Hanoi Naturally Vietnamese Restaurant definitely something to talk about. Very flavourful. Authentic Vietnamese. Very good portions, fresh and clean. We stumbled upon this place while parking at the wrong cluster, cough*. Definitely well worth for the perfect authentic pho.

Noodle Bowl

A taste of Malaysian. My top pick will be of course my own comfort food. Malaysian cuisine. Noodle Bowl. At Dune Center, Al Diyafa Street, Satwa Dubai. Wanting to have some Malaysian Cooking head to this place for some delicious food that does not hurt your wallet too much. Love the Nasi Lemak with nice sambal sauce. You do get fish head curry noodles, hainanese chicken rice, prawn noodles, roast duck and etc.


Hello Friday!

Well i do hope you stumbled upon your favourite Asian restaurant and share! If you are an expat and not familiar with Asian food, please do not simply order as not many dishes will suit your taste pallets. Have a nice weekend =)

11 comments:

suituapui said...

Duck looks good - had that at the recent wedding reception I attended, could stop going back for more. I love Indonesian, Vietnamese is good too...but that pic, the noodles looks like rice to me?

Rose World said...

Roasted duck for me!!!

mun said...

I believe this guide is very useful for those people from here visiting Dubai and would like to eat familiar food. I will definitely refer to it if/when I visit Dubai and my friends would like to eat "food from home". Thanks for sharing!

The Yum List said...

That duck sure looks tasty.

Sean said...

i only eat indonesian food once in awhile, but i like it! nice use of spices and herbs and marinades :)

Kati said...

I could eat Asian food almost every day! Vegan, of course. :-)

-Kati

KY said...

I'd love to say hello to Friday now, it's only Monday. gahhh

Yee Ling said...

I can see how much you miss Malaysian food...LOL

Merryn said...

You made me feel so blessed to be able to have all these food easily available around me. Haha.

Irvine Chin said...

suituapui yeah thats the best duck i had. era is noodle bowl restaurant. the pic is actually nasi lemak hehe.

Rose Good Choice!

Thanks Mun. And Yes. Do come over!

YumList yes, best one!

Sean totally agree. Slightly oily though.

Irvine Chin said...

Kati good to hear that. ah vegan!

KY thank god is friday already hehe.

Yee Ling missing like crazy~

Merryn is true. do feel blessed. hehe.

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