Enab, Dubai

We love Lebanese cuisine and I believe it’s the most popular kind of Arabic Cuisine in Dubai. We got to Feast at the Latest Lebanese restaurant in Town – Enab which is located in City Walk.

Translated to ‘grapes’, ENAB Beirut-Dubai is both a restaurant and shisha lounge, serving true authentic Lebanese food. Known in Beirut for its exceptional “moms cooking” cuisine.


Also known for its design, the restaurant is the most unique of its kind, decorated as if it’s a home, including quirky art and beautifully designed tiles



Watermelon Fresh juice came in a very cute mini jug. The other drink is a special Lebanese Berry (forgot what it’s called) which was very sweet and tasted like a mix of strawberry and raspberry.



Spicy Potato – coriander and green chili spicy potatoes make a good Lebanese starter. It’s our must order dish at a Lebanese restaurant.


Freshly prepared Hummus served with Hot fresh bread. We also ordered the mutabbal and both were excellent with the bread.


Lahmachun – Meat on bread was tangier than usual but baked fresh and served on a high stand.


Main course

Arayes – Kofta patty in pita bread served with a side of yogurt sauce. It was decent.


Lamb chops – Succulent lamb chops served with grill veggies. It was grilled perfectly and we enjoyed it!


Mixed Grill – Mutton pieces, lamb kebab and some chicken shish tawook served with grilled veggies.



We had to skip the desserts and Sheesha due to some crisis and had to head home. We would love to go back and try it out as Shisha in the air-conditioned 2nd floor seemed too comfortable. The pricing is decent and the service was good! Overall, Satisfied!


Enab Beirut - Dubai Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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