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Amid a cluster of Middle Eastern snack and grill outlets, a short walk from the Qasr Al Hosn, the Lebanese Flower is a local legend, attracting a multinational clientele of city residents who come here for mezze feasts of stuffed vine leaves, falafel, hummus, and fatayer (stuffed mini-pastries), generously portioned kebab and shawarma plates, and cheap sandwiches. You can't go wrong.
It's one block southeast of Sheikh Zayed the First St. Head upstairs for family dining. There's another branch near Al Wahda Mall.