Restaurants

Top Choice Lebanese in Al Ain

Makani

Meaning ‘my place’ in Arabic, this Hilton Abu Dhabi outpost has a delightful atmosphere, with plenty of palms and comfortable rattan-style furniture. The fare – from falafel and lamb kofta sandwiches to the mixed se…
Top Choice Indian in Al Ain

Tanjore

Considered the best Indian restaurant in Al Ain, Tanjore at the Danat Al Ain Resort will have your tastebuds doing cartwheels. Fuelled by an arsenal of aromas, the butter chicken, tandoori lobster and chicken biryan…
International in Al Ain

Al Diwan Restaurant

Lebanese shish tawooq (marinated chicken grilled on skewers), margarita pizza, Mexican steak, Iranian yoghurt chicken – this big, bright eatery with floor-to-ceiling windows certainly covers all the bases. Judging b…
Iranian in Al Ain

Shahryar

On the 1st floor of the Al Ain Mall, this simple, spotless eatery serves reliable Iranian staples, including kebabs, rice dishes and a tasty salad combo with tabbouleh, hummus and fattoosh (with strips of bread). Le…
Tex-Mex in Al Ain

Paco’s

It’s always fiesta time at this boozy Tex-Mex cantina, where you can gobble up the burritos, burgers or short ribs while following the latest Man U v Chelsea match on the big screen. A live band jumps into action af…
Cafe in Al Ain

Qemat Jebel Hafeet Restaurant & Cafeteria

With a pleasant, wadi-side location overlooking the green, spring-fed slopes of Jebel Hafeet, this restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – handy if you're camping but didn't bring cooking equipment.
Middle Eastern in Al Ain

Cafeteria Al Mallah

This simple, spotless eatery serves reliable Lebanese staples, including succulent chicken shawarmas and a kick-ass hummus with pine nuts.
Market in Al Ain

Al Ain Souq

Fruit, vegetables and fish are the main products sold at Al Ain's somewhat dishevelled covered central souq.