Let’s be honest! We all love food … “good” food that is! And with so many diverse cultures in the world, we’re spoiled for choice. Growing up, the concept of ‘breaking bread’ was central to our family connection and culture, each family gathering a gastronomic affair.
Authentic Italian, French, Latin American, Cape Malay, Greek and Lebanese cuisine are my absolute favorites. I intend on sharing more of my taste experiences on the blog, which brings me to the Abd El Wahab, a restaurant located in the Souk, next to the Shangri La Hotel in Abu Dhabi.
Abd El Wahab is a Lebanese restaurant that offers an exceptional Middle Eastern experience. During the winter months (October – March), do reserve a table on the restaurant patio as it offers a great view of dhows sailing by and a picturesque view of the Grand Mosque. I highly recommend this UAE hotspot (in Dubai as well) for a true Lebanese experience with amazing food (pomegranate deluxe), lively atmosphere, good wine and Mouassal, a type of shisha, molasses tobacco with distinct flavors. Para mí, vino tinto por favor … no shisha!
Oh, Fattoush, I simply enjoy Lebanese cuisine! … ‘Fattoush’ is a vibrant, popular Middle Eastern salad comprised of colorful veg, toasted flatbread and dashed with a citrusy dressing.
I’ve dined at Abd El Wahab on numerous occasions and have always been impressed. The manager is quite dapper and always so efficient. He will be more than happy to make some personal recommendations on the menu.
Until next time!
Maa Salama! (Arabic for Goodbye, take care)
8 responses to “Tastes of Lebanon in Abu Dhabi!”
This is an exceptional author…. the food is made so real with the pen of this writer! wowww
Wow to that comment! Thanks xo
Looks and sounds delicious!
Certainly was 🙂 Thanks Ash xo
Wonderful! Thanks for sharing 😊
Thanks for your kindness and time Stefan 😊
Love the variety (the spice of life)
Thanks so much ♥️