Some quirky dishes can be found in Al Ain
They’re a staple of hotels in the UAE – the all-day dining restaurant serving a buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They’re not the sort of outlets we’d normally bother reviewing in What’s On, but one has recently opened in Al Ain that has binned the buffet and is serving a unique, a la carte menu for lunch and dinner. Olive Tree has plenty of dishes a little different both in taste and presentation and is worth a visit if you’re ever in the Garden City.
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