Shawarma is one of the most popular and common snacks to grab in Dubai. This staple fast food brings comfort to many and they swear by it. Are you one of them?
Here’s our selection of shawarma places in Dubai that are worth a try.
Allo Beirut brings the nostalgic flavours of authentic Lebanese street food to the UAE with its joints. The juicy, charcoaled shawarma will leave you craving for more but don’t worry, they will wrap your next one up quickly. The menu includes fatayer, falafel, burgers, pizzas, and much more. You can witness the magic unfolding here with its open kitchen concept. The street style interior adds to the experience. The place is ideal for a pit stop if you are out and about.
Get a small chicken shawarma here at Dh11.
Locate them at Al Warqa City Mall, Hessa Street, and City Walk.
Al Safadi has been mastering Lebanese cuisine since 2000, and it is safe to say their shawarma is nothing less than art. Al Safadi promises and delivers with their scrumptious stuffing of pickles and tahini sauce with either chicken or meat. The eatery boasts its beginnings in Al Rigga and offers a fine dining experience at The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah.
They also have branches in Umm El Sheif, Sheikh Zayed Road, and Motor City across Dubai.
Chicken shawarma is available here at Dh13.
This joint is packed with nostalgia, offering slices to diners since 1979 on the busy streets. The menu spans from shawarmas, falafels, and grills to their fresh juices, enveloping a total of over 150 items.
Al Mallah has six branches in Dubai and Sharjah.
You can get a regular shawarma here for Dh9.
My Shawarma is a homegrown concept parading the best Arabic street food. They offer a variety of shawarmas, wraps, salads and bowls. This small, funky restaurant serves shawarma on freshly baked saj bread. Although the place is cramped, the taste makes up for it all.
Get a regular chicken shawarma here, marinated in their original recipe and topped with their signature sauce for Dh13.
Locate them at Al Barsha, Discovery Pavilion, and Dubai International Airport.
Kabab Erbil Iraqi
This fine dining is the first Iraqi cuisine restaurant to open in Dubai, now serving more than 3,000 customers per week. The hospitality alone is praiseworthy with free lentil soup, salad, fruit platter, and more. While you are there, don’t forget to capture the delightful taste of Iraqi sweets.
Kabab Erbil has two outlets operating in Al Muteena Street and Al Rigga Street.