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Dubai Food Diaries with Mark Wiens - Episode 2 | Visit Dubai

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Dubai Food Diaries with Mark Wiens - Episode 2 | Visit Dubai

Tag along with travel food blogger, Mark Wiens as he experiments with flavors and spices at the heart of Dubai in the bustling area of Karama.

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Follow Mark Wiens' footsteps into the bustling area of Karama, bursting with all kinds of culinary joints, from Dosas to Pau Bhaji at Mumbai Express, an Indian street food venue. From there, he tucks into a hearty meal of Pakistani curries, fresh naan (bread) and kababs at the decades-old and popular Ravi Restaurant.

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Dubai Food Diaries with Mark Wiens - Episode 3 | Visit Dubai

Tag along with travel food blogger, Mark Wiens into the iconic Ijaza Cafeteria on Jumeirah Beach Road, then riding off into sunset for an outstanding desert experience.

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In this final episode with Mark Wiens, we catch up with him at the iconic Ijaza Cafeteria. Delivered straight to your car, it’s love at first bite from the creamy avocado milkshakes to the tasty shawarmas
To wrap up his food tour, Mark rides off into the sunset to the Al Margham Desert. Why? For a premium desert experience at the Sonara Camp, complete with tender meats and stunning views.

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Dubai Food Diaries with Mark Wiens - Episode 1 | Visit Dubai

Join travel food blogger, Mark Wiens into Dubai’s old alleys which are home to some of the city's best kept culinary secrets.

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Follow Mark Wiens footsteps into the humble Al Jawareh Restaurant for an authentic Emarati breakfast, followed by big and juicy Iranian kebabs at Al Fareej.
The best way to end a food tour in Dubai? With a cup of karak (hot tea) of course!

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The Ultimate DUBAI FOOD TOUR - Street Food and Emirati Cuisine in Dubai, UAE!

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When I was in Dubai, I had the privilege of hanging out and eating with my friend Peyman ( He’s from Dubai, he loves to eat, and he knows some of the best food spots in Dubai. So in this Dubai food tour, we went around and ate Emirati food, rice and lamb, street food, karak tea, and finally ended with home cooked Emirati food at Peyman’s home.

One thing I want to quickly mention, and Peyman and I discussed this in the video as well, is that Emirati food at restaurants is still not very common in Dubai. This is because there are so many international restaurants in Dubai, and local Emiratis typically just eat their food at home. But things are changing and there is starting to be a higher demand for Emirati food in Dubai.

Al Fanar Restaurant - One of the only full Emirati food restaurants in Dubai. We ordered Luqaimat, Tharid, Madrooba, Balaleet. All the food was fantastic, and it’s a nice environment.
Total price - 280 AED ($76.21)

Karak - 0.50 AED ($0.14) per cup - This is originally adapted from India, but it’s a full part of the culture in UAE, and you can get cups of karak tea right to your car.

Al Marhabani Restaurant - Mandi is one of the greatest Arabian food dishes, originally from Yemen. It includes rice and meat that’s traditionally cooked in an underground oven. The lamb here was outstanding.
Total price - 200 AED ($54.44)

Al Labeeb Grocery - Regag bread - This is a little gem of a shop that Peyman took me to. They make some Dubai street food style crepes with cheese and fish sauce, and it’s awesome.
Price - 6 AED ($1.63) each

Machboos - Finally at Peyman’s house for dinner, he cooked machboos, one of the national dishes of UAE. It was a great way to end this Dubai food tour!

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Best Food Dubai!! MEGA EMIRATI FOOD + Bangladeshi + Indian Food in UAE!

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DUBAI, UAE - We’re in Dubai, and today we’re going on a huge local food tour with my friend @THE MINORITY TASTE with Ruzaina Hadgie . She’s taking us to a few of her favorite restaurants for affordable Dubai food - from local Emirati food to Bangladeshi food to Kerala Indian food.

Here are all the places we went:

Arabian Tea House ( - First up on this Dubai food tour we went to Arabian Tea House which is one of the most well known Emirati restaurants and cafes in the city. Completely by coincidence we happen to meet up with the owner, Ali Al Rais, who hung out with us and showed us some of his favorite dishes on the menu. We ordered the Emirati breakfast set, plus Ali’s favorite breakfast, which included eggs scrambled with tomato. An amazing restaurant, great atmosphere and delicious local food.

Al Damyati Restaurant ( - Next up we went to Al Damyati Restaurant, an Egyptian restaurant, to eat their legendary grilled lamb chops. They were spectacular, and incredibly juicy. Additionally we had some Egyptian pickles and hummus.

Bondhu Restaurant ( - Next up on this ultimate Dubai food tour we went to Bondhu Restaurant, a hole in the wall Bangladeshi restaurant. Their biryani and variety of Bangladeshi curries were incredibly flavorful. Once you have a meal like this, so packed with flavor, it’s hard to ever go back to less spicy food. An amazing place and highly recommended in Dubai.

Aaraamam Restaurant ( - Aaraamam Restaurant is a restaurant that specializes in Kerala Indian food, most famously for their beef fry and paratha. The combination is out of this world, beef chunks in either dry or gravy form, with so many spices, coconut, and curry leaves, all sopped up with extremely flaky paratha. There’s not doubt this is one of the best things to eat when you’re in Dubai.

Fish Market Dubai - Finally to wrap up this food tour in Dubai, we drove out to the Fish Market Dubai. The fish market is nicely set up and quite clean, and there’s a huge range of different seafood to choose from. Unfortunately it can be a bit of an aggressive environment. But hold strong choose your seafood and make sure you agree on a price. After you buy your seafood, you can then go to a restaurant and have them cook it on spot. A nice Dubai seafood experience and a great way to end this amazing food tour.

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Authentic EMIRATI FOOD & Attractions in Dubai | World's Tallest Building, Burj Khalifa, UAE!

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NOTE: These are all attractions that I wanted to do in Dubai, however, I want to say a big thank you to Visit Dubai for getting me tickets to all the things included in this video. This is video is not sponsored, but I did get free tickets to these attractions.

Another amazing day in Dubai - we started by visiting the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building for an incredible view of the city. We then enjoyed an amazing authentic Emirati food lunch at Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, and finished the day with a falconry show and dinner.

Burj Khalifa, At The Top - It’s pretty incredible, like a needle that rises from the sand into the clouds. This is one of those attractions you can’t visit Dubai without doing and the view is mind blowing. I only wish it would have been a little more clear outside for an even better view.
Ticket prices - 125 - 200 AED ($34.02 - $54.44)

Bosporus Restaurant - At the Dubai Mall, I was randomly invited by some viewers who watch our videos to have a quick cup of tea and some baklava. Thank you to everyone at Bosporus Restaurant!

Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding - This is really a cool place, an attraction in Dubai where you can enjoy seriously good authentic Emirati food, dress in local clothing, and you can ask whatever you like about UAE culture and traditions. In my opinion this is one of the best cultural and food things you can do when you’re in Dubai, well worth it. The machboos was the best Emirati food served for lunch, it was amazing!

Wild Flight, Falconry show and dinner - Finally for dinner, we attended an event by Wild Flight that included a Dubai falconry show and dinner. The food was alright, not amazing, but seeing the falcons and owls was pretty cool. This would be a great thing to do as a family in Dubai. Micah especially enjoyed it the most.

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Emirates Food Review - HUGE SHRIMP MACHBOOS on Business Class!! | LA to Dubai

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DUBAI, UAE - Welcome to Dubai! Well actually today we’re flying from Los Angeles directly to Dubai on Emirates Business Class. And I’m going to show you all the food and even the amazing cocktail bar on the airplane - that was a first for me!

So we set off from Los Angeles in the middle of the afternoon, everything went smooth. On our flight we had a choice of a variety of meals, and I chose the Middle Eastern / Emirati food option. First was a mezze starter, and then came the giant shrimp machboos, a traditional Arabian Gulf dish of rice and dried lemons and spices, and without a doubt the biggest shrimp / prawns I’ve ever had on an airplane.

One of the unique features of flying on an A380 on Emirates Business class is that they have a cocktail bar at the back of the airplane where you can order drinks and food at any time!

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Food in Dubai - INCREDIBLE Iranian Kebabs & Whole Fish Fry | Deira, United Arab Emirates!

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In this food tour of Dubai, we started with some of the most legendary of all Iranian kebabs in Dubai. I then took to exploring the spice souk, and finally we headed over to Bu Qtair to eat a whole fish fry - another one of the most famous, sort of Dubai street food style meals.

AL Ustad Special Kabab - The food here is spectacular. If you’re looking for some mind-blowing flavorful kebabs, this is the place to eat when you’re in Dubai. All the kebabs were amazing, but the lamb marinated lamb was mind-blowing.
Total price - 100 AED ($27.21)
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Al Bastakiya - This is a very interesting area of Dubai to explore, it’s a re-created old styles Dubai village. Unfortunately it was a little hot, 45 °C (113 °F) - And HUMID too!, but I still needed to head out and explore.

Boat ride - 1 AED ($0.27)

Lemon juice - 5 AED ($1.36)

Dubai Spice Souk - One of the best places to explore in Dubai is Deira, which is old Dubai, and the Dubai spice souk (market). The market is great to walk around and you’ll find spices galore.

Bu Qtair - When I asked you where I should eat in Dubai, Bu Qtair restaurant was one of the top recommendations. It’s a fish fry restaurant, where you order a whole fish and they deep fry the entire thing. It used to be a street food restaurant, but they now have an indoor restaurant, but the food is still amazing.
Total price - 170 AED ($46.27) for everything

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The ULTIMATE Iranian Street Food Tour ofDubai w/ Mark Wiens and Mr. Taster!!! 16 Hours of EATING!!!

Get ready for the ULTIMATE Iranian Street Food Tour of Dubai with @Mark Wiens and @mr taster !

Today, Mr. Taster is bringing us for a FULL ON street food tour of Iranian food in Dubai, bringing us to 8 amazing Persian street food locations that you must try on any trip to Dubai! Pure authentic Iranian food!

We're starting off our day with a Persian breakfast, trying some amazing ash sabzi, an amazing Persian omelette, and the bandari persian sausage plate!
Restaurant name: Bandar bride special kebab restaurant

And next up, Mr. Taster is bringing us for a little street food dessert before moving on for more street snacks, the Persian falooda! Packed with citrusy and floral flavours, it's the perfect street dessert to cool down with!
Shop name: Jaffer biman ali cafateria

After this, Mr. Taster is bringing Mark and I to try a famous Iranian street food pancake flatbread, the regag! It comes with so many different flavours, from zataar with cheese to nutella to omani chips and cheese and fermented fish sauce, this is an amzing street food to try in Dubai!
Shop Name: walid mohammad bakhit bakery

After this, it's time to get serious with some more heavy food. Mr. Taster is taking Mark Wiens and I for a FULL ON Iranian street food lunch! Here, the specialty is Persian lamb head kaleh pache and sangak bread, a delicacy that you must try!
Shop Name: Yashar palace

And now we're moving on for more amazing Iranian street food! Next up, we're going for Iranian dizi and tachin, two must eat Iranian foods in Iran found here in Dubai!!
Shop Name: Shiraz nights

And next up, we're having an even bigger meal, the Persian lamb neck stew! They also had delicious tachin and traditional persian food, but the lamb neck was my favourite, it had caramelised garlic and was super super tender!
Shop Name: Cando Restaurant

And next up, we're going for the most famous Iranian kebabs, koobideh! These must be my favourite kebabs from Iran, and at Sofreh, they are some of the best in Dubai!
Shop Name: Sofreh Kitchen & Grill

And to finish up the night, we're going for LUXURY Iranian food at Enigma restaurant! This has to be some of the most unique Iranian cooking!

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Discover Dubai With The Sobolev Family from Russia - Episode 2 | Visit Dubai

Going from splashing at the beach to standing in the middle of a rainforest in one day, just tag along with the Sobolev Family as they check out Dubai’s best attractions.

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Experience Dubai’s Outdoor Adventure with Vanessa Geens from France – Episode 3 | Visit Dubai

De l’équitation au glamping dans les montagnes de Hatta, l’émirat promet des vacances survitaminées. L’expatriée Vanessa Geens vous emmène en dehors des sentiers battus sur roues, planche et kayak à Dubai !

From horse riding to glamping in the mountains of Hatta, Dubai serves up an endless itinerary of fun! French expat Vanessa Geens opens a window into a world of adrenaline as she rides, surfs, bikes and kayaks across Dubai.

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Dubai Kitchens: Distinctive African Food at Kiza | Visit Dubai

African restaurant Kiza, which celebrates all aspects of the continent’s rich heritage and culture, delivers a sensory experience backed up by authentic tastes. With a staff representing all four corners of Africa each bringing a unique flourish of their homeland, it is a truly invigorating escapade offering something new with every visit.

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Discover Dubai with Mohit & Tamanna from India - Episode 2 | Visit Dubai

From exquisite food, exhilarating views and adventurous activities, join Mohit and Tamanna as they explore Dubai’s hottest spots. Get ready to get closer to Dubai’s newest attraction Ain Dubai and the mountainous Hatta Wadi Hub.

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Dubai Kitchens: Fogo De Chão | Visit Dubai

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão, which translates to ‘fire on the ground’, welcomes guests to enjoy the authentic churrasco experience of fire-roasted meats. With over 50+ international locations, the restaurant shines the spotlight on the highest quality steak, fish and vegetables in a modernistic atmosphere.

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Dubai Tastemakers: Neha Mishra - Kinoya | Visit Dubai

From hosting sold-out supper clubs to opening Kinoya, an authentic Japanese restaurant, Dubai-based Chef Neha Mishra’s ramen is the talk of the town. Serving up the freshest ingredients, her food tells a unique story weaving her childhood, love for Dubai and respect for Japanese cuisine, all into a single bite.

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Dubai Kitchens: Nobu | Visit Dubai

Nobu Dubai welcomes visitors to be a part of an unforgettable culinary experience. The restaurant, helmed by Michelin star Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, remains inspired by flavours of the world, while being an exhilarating celebration of Japanese cuisine.

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Explore Dubai’s Past and Present with Vanessa Geens from France – Episode 1 | Visit Dubai

L’expatriée française Vanessa Greens nous dévoile l’âme de Dubai aux côtés de Natalie Van De Vrede de Breathe Tourism. De ses ruelles pittoresques aux gratte-ciels scintillants, la transition architecturale de l’émirat en met plein les yeux. Une rencontre avec le fondateur de Killa Design, l’agence aux commandes de la création du Musée du Futur, témoigne de cette vision à la fois respectueuse de l’héritage culturel et résolument novatrice.

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French expat Vanessa Geens explores the depth of Dubai’s soul with Breathe Tourism’s Natalie Van De Vrede. From the charming alleyways to the modern skyline, get ready to be amazed by the city’s seamless architectural transition. Watch as Vanessa chats with Shaun Killa, founder of Killa Design, the agency enterprise the Museum of the Future.

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