Thursday, April 08, 2010
Heritage Village- An Interactive Look at Dubai ’s Past.
The village boasts a number of cafeterias and a seafood restaurant. The village provides a glimpse of Dubai’s traditional culture and lifestyle. Thus it is an enjoyable, interactive look at Dubai ’s past.
For more you can check the website: http://www.dubaicity.com/What_to_do_in_dubai/dubai_heritage.htm
Near the Village, are two Arabic restaurants. They must be very popular as it was over crowded. The people were smoking sheesha, eating, enjoying the fresh air of the sea and the Creek side view. We could not find a place so decided to walk down to our hotel. On our way to the hotel, we visited Meena Jewellery and checked out few earnings and chains. It was late and it was time for the shop to close. Anyway I did not like the designs and decided to check shops later, the next day. We had dinner at Bhavna Veg Restaurent. It cost us 13 dirham per person; quite cheap. They gave lot of things..Plain rice, pulao, two vegetable sabzi, 2 chutney’s, roti, aachar, lachi,dal, kofta,lemon and papar. But the food was not very tasty (ok type) and the restaurant especially the basin / hand wash area was very dirty.
We hurried back as it was getting late to feed MEHR.