recently they added a very nice wildlife animals coming from all over the world. im living in shahama area ,and i taking my kids almost twice a week because they really enjoy playing there with the animals ,feeding the animals and watching their shows.
what i like there is that is not only for young age kids but me as an adult i learned a lot about the animals,the nature.
there is also a very nice arabic and international restaurant where you can seat in a very nice traditional style so you can relax and wait for your kids until they finish.
A Great MALL ... Just amazing... first it's located in dubai so it's amazing..and the food court and the cinema and the cafe's , The Ambiance Is Amazing..Good Parking Car... Soo Overall... It's Fantastic...Keep This Great work Dubai marina mall ..
Shakespeare & Co has more than 20 different vegetarian options on its menu, from Lebanese breakfast to a choice of five vegetarian soups, four pizzas and a veggie green curry.my favourite is the quinoa and grilled veg salad because it’s vegan-friendly and a super-health-conscious . More importantly, the juicy vegetables, pomegranate seeds, vinaigrette and pesto ensure it tastes great.
We had dinner on a buffet set-up a week ago and highly recommended is the prawn cocktail. I also love the dried garlic prawn. My friend had a baby shark. for the price of 295 it includes unlimited wine and 249 without. the seafood choices i quite a lot and staffs help you our with your choices even recommending how its cooked. The interior design is of arabic and the counter is quite huge figuring out its only a desk for the payments instructions since there was no high chairs that could be a bar....
Food is great and staffs are friendly.
has a very delicious menu,having been there three times, I'd say it sits high up on the list. it is quite posh and pricey (last time was a few years ago though). A dinner with drinks for 2 set me back nearly 1K AED - on two separate occasions! . Service is exceptional and the food tastes its price. This restaurant is worth a visit, but make sure it's a special visit.
Royal Orchid feels like an expensive restaurant, with its stylish south east asian decor, polished service and creative menu. But itsnt. you can order one showstopping dish after another here without having to shed a tear when you check your bank balance . served in a hotel restaurant in Abu Dhabi usually cost much more. Order classic dishes such as the pad thai which is only Dhs25.
I tried Cafe Arabia for breakfast ... It serves a fantastic breakfast. Service can be a little slow and food may come warm and not hot, but just 'remind' them when you order and the food is fantastic. Roughly 50DHS for an English Breakfast and roughly the same for the Arabic Breakfast. Includes a coffee and orange juice and toast. Lovely setting.
This was probably the highlight of my family's visit to Dubai. Easily a place where you and your kids can spend four-five hours. My three kids aged 7, 5 and 3 all had a ball of a time and there was something to do for everyone. Like the rest of Dubai, this is also not an inexpensive place but only marginally so. In December it gets a bit old but if you are on the up and about it hardly matters. Mind you, my experience was that the place closes down at 6pm so plan to be there by about 10-10:30am to get the most out of the place....
I took my family for a meal and the service was awful the waiters did not smile, were a little rude, the coffee was cool and the service very slow. It was like Butlins with people rushing around every where. Not even value for money.....