Restaurants

Moroccan in Sharjah

El Manza

Black-and-white photographs mix with filigree lattice screens and arty metal lamps at this upscale Moroccan, where the food can keep up with the looks. Try classic couscous or tagine or opt for the spice-intense ket…
Indian in Sharjah

Grub Shack

With its fire engine–red folding chairs and cute vintage decor, this little foodie fave serves great Goan food, including a meanly spiced piri piri chicken, a succulent prawn junglee pulao and a crunchy crab roast m…
Iranian in Sharjah

Sadaf

The Sharjah branch of this popular mini-chain enjoys cult status among locals for its excellent authentic Iranian cuisine. The spicy, moist kebabs are particularly good and the zereshk polo meat (rice with red barbe…
Thai in Sharjah

Bangkok Town

The food here is as tantalising as ever at this old-school parlour where you dine in snug, linen-bedecked booths or beneath thatched roofs. The menu is especially strong when it comes to fish and seafood (there’s ev…
Indian in Sharjah

Katis Restaurant

This tiny, family-run joint with golden walls and dark wooden tables does well-executed home-cooked Indian fare, from butter chicken to prawn biryani as well as such beloved appetisers as steamed momos (dumplings), …
Lebanese in Sharjah

Shababeek

With its deep-purple walls, black furniture and Arabic design flourishes, this chic and contemporary space is swish by Sharjah standards. Portions are not huge, but flavours are delicately paired and the creative se…