Contemporary Arabic restaurant ILA Café has made its way to Dubai. Located at Al Seef Street, Marsa Al Seef, the restaurant offers a delicious array of bites alongside a breath-taking view of the creek.
Well known for its trendy décor and relaxing atmosphere, ILA offers the perfect blend of authentic and modern Arabic cuisine. From Lebanese bites and grills and Moroccan Tajines to Egyptian specialities, the varied menu allows for diners to indulge in an array of different tastes and flavours whilst also treating themselves to a small selection of international food.
“We take great pride in the quality of our food and service. All of our food is made from scratch every day and one of our greatest edges is the fact that we bake our own bread upon guest orders, allowing the aroma of fresh bread to really get you geared up to dine. We do our best to give our visitors a truly multi-sensory experience with fabulous flavours and breathtaking views,” says founder Ayman Shaikhun.
With every single item on the menu having been specifically handpicked, guests are truly spoilt for choice. From a tender Lamb Tajine paired with a Fatoush Salad and a varied Mixed Charcoal Grill to a flavoursome Sharkasyiah and unrivalled Manouche straight from the brick oven. Sweet tooth will also be satisfied thanks to their home-made Kenafa with ice cream or even rich Chocolate Fondant.
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