Karama is home to some of the best culinary influences in UAE. Spanning just two square kilometres of space yet, this district houses close to five hundred restaurants, cafes and eateries! This busy commercial and residential unit is popular for its variety in gastronomic offerings and to make your task simpler, we have rounded up some must-try foodie delights in this district.
Chocolate Pani Puri
What it is– Crispy pani puri balls dipped in layers of chocolate and stuffed with chunks of brownies served with a special sweet syrup.
Where– Bol Gappa Restaurant
How much– AED 19 (for 6 pani puri shots)
What is it– Desi-Chinese Pao with pan-fried cauliflower florets coated in a Manchurian sauce.
Where– O’Pao Restaurant
How much– – AED 19
What is it- Malai Kulfi (a traditional Indian milk-based ice cream) sandwiched between the crunchy layers of Parle-G biscuits and dipped in refreshing Rabri (sweet condensed milk dish) and drizzled with delish rose and pistachio sauces.
where– Sthan restaurant
How much– AED 17
Amritsari Soya Chaap
What is it– Healthy vegetarian snack prepared from soya bean and marinated in ginger- garlic paste and garam masala
Where– Sadak Chaap Restaurant
How much– AED 18
What is it– Freshly baked flatbread smeared with zaatar and topped with cheese/vegetables.
Where– Al Reem Lebanese Bakery
How much– starting AED 8.40 for small size roll.
Calzone Al Forno
What is it – Closed pizza stuffed with tomato sauce, mushrooms, artichokes, olives and mozzarella cheese.
Where-Little Italy Restaurant
How much– AED 50
Schezwan Broccoli Bun
What is it- Bun stuffed with crispy broccoli florets tossed in Western-Indian Schezwan sauce served with crispy noodles on top.
Where= That Place Restaurant
How much– AED 16
What is it– Classic cheesecake topped with chhena (paneer) and topped with rose petals.
Where– Dhaba Lane Restaurant
How much -AED 22
What it is– Crepe-like bread similar to dosa, made with green gram batter usually served as a breakfast snack.
Where– Krishna Bhawan restaurant
How much– AED 15
Dal Baati churma
What is it– Traditional Rajasthani food consisting of wheat dumplings dipped in ghee and served with Panchmel Dal and powdered (sweet) wheat mixture.
Where– Manvaar Resturant
How much– AED 40
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