Here’s how and where to get the best Arabic sweets in town
Ramadan is when Arabian dishes and sweets become even more popular. If you haven’t tasted any Arabic sweet, then wat are you still doing? Check this one-by-one and see (and drool) which entices you more.
We’re listing here our best pick for Arabic sweets.
Up for affordable Lebanese and Arabic sweets? Well, good thing because you can pre-order in this restaurant. They have a wide variety of chocolate dessert, Arabic sweets that are packed in luxurious-like box, gift tray, and Italian glass bowls. They are located in Al Rigga Street, Diera and open from 10 a.m to 1 a.m. You may call them at 04 269 7717. Photo Source : https://www.roundmenu.com/dubai/al-samadi-sweets-umm-suqeim
Atayeb Chocolate shop offers traditional Arabic sweets but they’re advantage is chocolate. It’s located at 2nd December St and open from 9 a.m to 12 a .m. You may call them at 04 221 2035.
Aside from selling delicious ice cream, they also sel Kunafa Nabulsia, Beklawa, Warbat, Mamul, Haresa, Qatayaf, Frieds, Miscellany and Canned. It’s located at Al Muraqqabat, Diera and open from 10 a.m to 2:30 a.m. You may call 04 227 7762 for any inquiries.
This shop is very popular in the Arabic community for their traditional kunafa and Arab Oriental Middle Eastern sweets. It’s located at the 2nd December St., Dubai and open from 10 a.m to 1 a.m. You may call them at 04 358 0489.
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With almost 10 branches across Dubai, you may purchase their popular kunafa, aish saraya, halawet el jeben and baklava. A taste of these desserts will give you more than two reasons to go back to them. It’s located at Al Safa, Jumeirah 3, Downtown Dubai, Dubai Marina, Al Muteena. You may call them at 04 452 2525.
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