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Old Nov 25th 2008, 6:55 am
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Me and some mates went to the Coconut Grove at Rydges Hotel in Satwa last night, 9th floor, overlooking Satwa and the food was brilliant, service and good and also they do a beautiful pint of tiger beer, one of the best pints I've had since I got here, AED400 for the 3 of us and that included 2 pints each,

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it's a good restaurant that one, try Billy Blues on a Sunday night, steak night - buy one get one free. Asha's at Wafi is excellent Indian food, bit more expensive than Coconut though.
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Upstairs at the Bin Sougat (where the fish and chip shop used to be, but the other end of the shopping centre upstairs) there is a nice indian restaurant.

Its open til about 1am, can't remember the name of it for the life of me.

But near enough to Mirdiff.
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Upstairs at the Bin Sougat (where the fish and chip shop used to be, but the other end of the shopping centre upstairs) there is a nice indian restaurant.

Its open til about 1am, can't remember the name of it for the life of me.

But near enough to Mirdiff.
Gazebo...
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Me and some mates went to the Coconut Grove at Rydges Hotel in Satwa last night, 9th floor, overlooking Satwa and the food was brilliant, service and good and also they do a beautiful pint of tiger beer, one of the best pints I've had since I got here, AED400 for the 3 of us and that included 2 pints each,

7.5/10 on the Spugs-o-meter

a lovely view, Satwa....

it is a nice restaurant, but i wouldnt call 25GBP a head for a ruby exactly cheap. I prefer the one in the shopping mall in Karama (cant remember the name) they do the best masala dossa's
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Upstairs at the Bin Sougat (where the fish and chip shop used to be, but the other end of the shopping centre upstairs) there is a nice indian restaurant.

Its open til about 1am, can't remember the name of it for the life of me.

But near enough to Mirdiff.
yup been there for takeaway, it is pretty good.
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a lovely view, Satwa....

it is a nice restaurant, but i wouldnt call 25GBP a head for a ruby exactly cheap. I prefer the one in the shopping mall in Karama (cant remember the name) they do the best masala dossa's
Bombay Chowpatty in Lamcy (and in Karama, opposite spinneys and one street back) is number one for dossas. Between Lemon Grass as Chowpatty, I am in a great position
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I second MH's recommendation for Gazebo (although I seem to recall it's veggie only - or is my memory playing tricks)?

But in the low-price-but-top-quality market sector, try Nawab. There are 2 or 3 of them but the one I always use is in the computer plaza in Bur Dubai, near Good Fellas, Ramada Hotel, etc.

Will be there late post-Sevens most nights from Thur to Sat this week, if anyone fancies saying 'hello'.......
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I second MH's recommendation for Gazebo (although I seem to recall it's veggie only - or is my memory playing tricks)?

But in the low-price-but-top-quality market sector, try Nawab. There are 2 or 3 of them but the one I always use is in the computer plaza in Bur Dubai, near Good Fellas, Ramada Hotel, etc.

Will be there late post-Sevens most nights from Thur to Sat this week, if anyone fancies saying 'hello'.......
Not back until Sunday unfortunately.. I'd enjoy an hour chewing over a couple of pints listening to you I'm sure..
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Me and some mates went to the Coconut Grove at Rydges Hotel in Satwa last night, 9th floor, overlooking Satwa and the food was brilliant, service and good and also they do a beautiful pint of tiger beer, one of the best pints I've had since I got here, AED400 for the 3 of us and that included 2 pints each,

7.5/10 on the Spugs-o-meter
I've been going there for years. Easily my favourite curry in Dubai.

I hated Gazebo... don't know why people seemed to like it... maybe a duff dish...
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I second MH's recommendation for Gazebo (although I seem to recall it's veggie only - or is my memory playing tricks)?

But in the low-price-but-top-quality market sector, try Nawab. There are 2 or 3 of them but the one I always use is in the computer plaza in Bur Dubai, near Good Fellas, Ramada Hotel, etc.
Will be there late post-Sevens most nights from Thur to Sat this week, if anyone fancies saying 'hello'.......
And, surprisingly enough, the Seaview, Yorks, Imperial Suites etc..... Plenty of meat on offer there....!!!
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And, surprisingly enough, the Seaview, Yorks, Imperial Suites etc..... Plenty of meat on offer there....!!!
those places are a bit too spicy for the wifes liking..
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those places are a bit too spicy for the wifes liking..
He keeps protesting his single-status in Saudi (u like the alliteration!!!!).... thought maybe it was that the drove his decision to select that particular part of town...
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those places are a bit too spicy for the wifes liking..
And the least thing you need is a catching something dodgy!!!!!
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