June 03, 2018 Dubai UAE GCC Middle East

Ibn AlBahr: A Taste of Lebanon in Dubai

4.7 out of 5 based on 1 professional review.

RATING:94/100

Welcoming: 5/5

Food Temperature: 9/10

Ambiance / Music: 9.5/10

Menu Choice: 5/5

Food Taste: 28/30

Architecture / Interior: 10/10

Food presentation: 9/10

Service: 9/10

Value for money: 9/10

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A meal at Ibn AlBahr truly transports you back to the shores of Lebanon.  

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The view of the beach, a table full of exceptional mezzes and grilled fish along with the company of Family or Friends makes this one of the best experience you can have in Dubai. Hidden away on a small private beach on the shore of the Palm Jumeirah, Ibn AlBahr is a true gem to be found.

Enter the Palm, Head straight until you cross the bridge, and then take the first paved right turn present at the last ShoreLine Building (Right after Al Das Clinic). 

TimeOut Dubai: Finding a good Lebanese restaurant in Dubai isn’t all that difficult. Lebanon’s cuisine is well represented and very strong here. But when a restaurant tags itself as a fishermen-owned spot, it shoulders great responsibility to serve some of the best seafood this city has seen. Located on the beach-facing shores of the Palm Jumeirah, Ibn AlBahr is handling this foodie pressure rather well.

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The restaurant has that feeling of a balmy night in Beirut. Both the hot and cold mezze platters are flavorsome, with classic dishes like stuffed vine leaves and kibbe samak being the stand-outs. The catch of the day range is priced per kilo (come hungry) and is tastefully displayed within the blue and white interiors of the dining room.

The chargrilled cashew nut prawns are also not to be missed, while the fish curry main course, served with quinoa, will please the palate of those keeping things healthier in the New Year.

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Whether you’re after a relaxed midweek dinner with your best mates or celebrating an anniversary with your better half, this picturesque spot on the Palm will serve you well.

Suitable For: Family Get Together



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