Whoever was given the job of designing Al Mawal’s hideous faux grotto deserves a medal.The permanent visitors who flock in week after week for its authentic Lebanese fare and live entertainment are there every weekend. The menu is mouth watering.There are meat, fish and vegetarian options in abundance, and the creamy homous dotted with whole chickpeas and scattered with pomegranate seeds is a fitting way to start your feast..
Charred chunks of shish tawook and juicy lamb kofta with a fresh, herby tomato sauce are reliable main courses and should be mopped up with lightly seasoned raggy bread.
Puddings aren’t usually an option after so much food, but if you can find room, try the special blancmange. The sweet, milky jelly is sprinkled with pistachio nuts and rosewater syrup, making it a divine dish for those with a sweet tooth. The prices is a bit exppensive arround 400Derhams per person.Customer service is excellent and welcoming from the time you enter the resturant.
Al Mawal provides a lively experience and impressive food – in fact you’re in for a great night. Don’t expect much action before 10pm, however, which is when the previously murky reaches of the restaurant spring to life with music and belly dancing....
If you are looking for a thuresday night out,it has to be Mawal my favourate place in AD..