The folks at Logma proudly share the rich heritage of Emirati and Khaleeji cuisine in a friendly, authentic setting, perfectly reflecting Dubai’s flair for combining the traditional with the current.
Logma means ‘bites’ in Arabic. And there are plenty bites to try here – from lentil soup, zaatar, falafels and shawarmas to chebab, paratha, khameer and a huge selection of rice dishes.
While most of the dishes are deliciously traditional, there are options for Westernised palates – albeit with a spicy twist. Burgers get the Logma treatment, and their popular signature fries are seasoned with Khaleeji spices and mixed with herbs. Moreish, for sure!
Our suggestion? Start with the pomegranate salad, work your way through the menu, but save space for one of their many variations on Lugaimat. (Go traditional, or for the contemporary twists, like Oreo or salted caramel.)
Do not leave without passing by Sukkar, the dessert restaurant of Logma selling one of the world's best milk cakes.