Luxury restaurants of Abu Dhabi have always surprised their visitors by largest choice of meat and vegetable dishes, as well as all kinds of sweets. In order to prepare meat dishes, here are often used veal and beef. Poultry is also a common ingredient in the local cuisine. People, who follow Islam, cannot eat pork, so you won’t find dishes containing this meat in many restaurants of Abu Dhabi. Although this is not the reason to get sad as each dining facility surely has largest choice of delicious fish dishes. The local recipes usually imply the use of numerous herbs and spices that make local culinary masterpieces taste even more exotic.
1. Make sure you have checked the calendar of religious holidays before your travel. The reason for this is that many government agencies may be closed during holidays, and restaurants and cafes...
Meat soups remain the most popular first courses. As a rule, such ingredients as potatoes, rice, beans and capers are typical for local first courses. Visitors of the national cuisine restaurants usually buy stew as the second course dish. Garnishes can be very original. Thus, lamb is usually served with boiled rice and raisins. Chicken is traditionally stuffed with corn porridge; poultry meat is often added to pilaf, which is known as one of the most popular oriental dishes. Various milk products are also very popular in the local cuisine, but it will be really hard to find vegetable salads which are so familiar to Europeans. The most common way to cook vegetables here is to stew them.
We should also not to forget to pay attention to desserts. Sweet tooth travellers will simply have to try local pudding Umm Ali, which is made from milk, nuts and dried fruits. Of course, you will find more well-known oriental sweets, such as sherbet and baklava. Fans of pastry are recommended to try honey donuts called ligemat. Each dining facility surely offers its guests to try aromatic coffee, which remains the most popular national drink. Carcade tea is an excellent energy drink, which is popular not only in the east, but also in European countries.