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Abu Dhabi Dining

Abu Dhabi RestaurantsIf you love to eat food, drink beverages, and you are the type of person who loves fun living; a visit to Abu Dhabi will let you uncover some of the finest foods, drinks, and fun activities that this modern bustling city has to offer.

Geographically speaking, Abu Dhabi is the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. In terms of population, it ranks as the second most populous among the other cities in UAE. There are also studies and reports showing that Abu Dhabi is one of the richest city all over the world due to oil reserves present in the city. In fact, CNN named Abu Dhabi as the richest city of the world.

Food: What You can Eat in Abu Dhabi
Since Abu Dhabi is an open city, food is never a problem both for residents, migrant workers, and tourists visiting this rich emirate. Abu Dhabi stands for innovative and multi-ethnic in terms of food culture probably because people present in the city came from various nationalities carrying with them their native food culture, which results to the emergence of all types of food within Abu Dhabi. Whether you are looking for Mexican, Indian, Thai, Korean, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and other international dishes; you are sure to find your match in most Abu Dhabi restaurants and food shops.

If you are a lover of the foods serve in many fast food chains, you will never miss them if you are in Abu Dhabi. This is because international food chains are abundant in the larger cities in Abu Dhabi like McDonald's, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Hardee's. This means that you will never miss eating those hamburgers, chips, and deep-fried chickens offered in these fast food chains. This goes the same way with international themed restaurants like Hard Rock Cafe, Planet Hollywood, and TGI Friday's.

Of course, you should never miss tasting those local Gulf and Mid-Eastern food when you visit expensive and first-class restaurants. Low profile travelers or those who are budget conscious need to worry for local cafes also offer dishes at a lower cost compared to those served in most high-end restaurants. One thing you have to remember though is never look for pork recipes in restaurants serving only Arabic food. This is because Muslims are not allowed to eat pork.

Have a Taste of Drinks in Abu Dhabi
As a general rule about alcoholic drinks, only restaurants connected with hotels are allowed to serve alcoholic drinks. If you want to store an alcoholic drink while you are in Abu Dhabi, you have to get a permit first before you can do so. However, there are more lenient liquor shops that only asks for an identification either a military Id or driver's license just to make sure that you are not a local Muslim. If you want to have a drink then you should go to hotels usually as part of your nightlife activity while you are in Abu Dhabi since this is the safest way to avoid facing the bad consequences of misbehaving or not following the local rules of Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi is one of the best places in the Middle East commendable for travelers because it is an open city and having a taste of their culture and attractions is a memorable experience to make.