Al Embratoor Cook & Restaurant In Al Mamzar Will Transport You To Dubai’s Good Old 90’s

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
by Vaishnavi Venkataraman 1015

There’s always something about the 90s, isn’t it? No matter the country, a certain charm and belonging associated with the 90s. And now, you can travel back in time and re-visit what Dubai was in the 90s. Wondering how? Well, Al Embratoor Cook & Restaurant is a hidden gem that instantly transports you to the 90s. Read on to know more.

Also read: 5 Dubai Foods From The 90’s That’s Loved Even Today

Al Embratoor Cook & Restaurant Is A Treasure Trove For The 90s Kids

To begin with, the restaurant looks nothing special from the outside. However, this tiny eatery tucked away in a quaint corner of Hamriya in Dubai’s Al Mamzar, is a treasure trove of all things 90s. From the floor to the ceiling, this restaurant is decorated with

From an old television set to a rack of cola bottles to a box of marbles, you are sure to travel down the memory lane when you are here. Almost every item you turn to while enjoying a meal here will take you back to the 80s and 90s when TV sets came in boxes and games weren’t played online. Oh and you’ll also spot good old Nokia mobile phones, VHS tapes, dominoes, newspapers – and literally everything from the simpler times.


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Besides, the restaurant also a food section that will truly bring out the child in you. Well, if you are a 90s kid you’re sure to jump in joy seeing the vintage snacks from the 90s that still remain timeless and undoubtedly delicious. You can get your hands at chips Oman, Danish butter cookies, Areej, Pepsi bottles and cans with the old logo, and much more!

As for the food, the restaurant does have some delectable dishes you can savor. Don’t miss their Prawn and Calamari Salona, over five varieties of fish dishes, chicken biryani, chicken Foga and much more. Well, in a nut sell this is one place where you can eat a hearty meal as well as stock up on those 90s goodies.

So, when are you visiting?

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