Mazaher encapsulates the timeless elegance of Lebanon, the vibrant ambiance is masterfully blended with culinary offerings designed to adhere to every connoisseur’s palate. This elegantly designed dining area is the perfect backdrop to enjoy a true taste of the Levant, with a menu that showcases authentic Lebanese cuisine ranging from the simple to the sublime.

The Mazaher menu has been created by Chef Ibrahim Ayoub who was voted the UAE’s Best Arabic Chef of the year in 2014, the restaurant provides an Authentic Lebanese experience captured in all aspects of development and the guest experience  has been designed to reflect the timeless elegance of Lebanese culture.


The elegancy remains in its ambiance, all done with white dates back to some royal living, a vintage decor and accurate details to every decorative s hanged. I can say i am in love with this place, just want to sit their and stare at the ambiance the whole day.

The Ambiance
A Red Carpet Welcome


I was invited to taste their lavish Iftar and taste the best of Lebanese cuisine, and i must say worth try and evening well spent.

Our tables were already loaded with Cold Mezze before our arrivals and here goes the delicious list :

Kibbeh Nayyeh, It consists of minced raw lamb with fine bulgur and spices.

KIbbeh Nayyeh

Stuffed Vine Leaves.

Vine Leaves

Shanklish, crumbled cheese with onion, parsley, bell pepper & chilli, also served with olive oil was definitely different.


Fattoush, is a Levantine bread salad made from toasted of pita bread (khubz ‘arabi) combined with mixed greens and other vegetables,  radishes and tomatoes.


The Arabic bread served was fluffy, warm, soft and every bite with the tasty cold mezze was heaven after a long day of fasting.

The Hot Mezze had selection of Fatayers, French Fries, Kibbeh etc.

French Fries with Spices Tossed

For the mains we had, Eggplant Fatteh, everyone should try make this delicious appetizer dish from middle eastern cuisine. The word fatteh means “to crumble” in Arabic and this is the idea behind this dish. Crispy bread topped with fried eggplant, chickpeas ,pomegranate seeds and pine, covers it all a mixture of yogurt with tahini. Wonderful flavors met together in one dish!!

Eggplant Fatteh

Chicken Machbous, a whole chicken is used. The spices, rice and meat are augmented with almonds,pine nuts, peanuts, onions and sultanas. One of its kind and a delicious retreat to my taste buds.

Chicken Machbous

Soujouk, simple delicacy,  Pan fried soujouk with garlic, onion, tomato, spices and lemon juice.


Kharouf Ouzi, Lebanese Lamb Shank with  a delicately laid bed of rice with pine nuts.

Kharoof Ouzi

The Grill platter, a vegetable skewer, chicken grills and mutton cubes grill with stuffed Arabic bread, this one my favorite. The meat all tender and juicy and the spices all infused till the last bone.

The Grill Platter

Now comes my favorite part, Dessert and this place has got some real bad boys. All traditionally laid keeping Ramadan as the theme and vibes, the delectables were magnificently placed.


From Kunafa, Um Ali to Baklava all were heavenly delicious and wins me for its beautiful presentation and creativity.


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The experience was unique and elegant, a journey to the Lebanese cuisine with the sophisticated ambiance just took me away.A place worth try!!

Ramadan Information : 

A La Carte Menu

Cost Per Person: AED 135
7:00 PM to (Sun-Sat)
Traditional menu with lamb ouzi, mixed grill and special desserts.
11:00 PM to 2:00 AM (Sun-Sat)

Highlights : Wheelchair Accessible,Full Bar Available,Wifi,Live Music

Collections : Featured in Book a Table Online on Zomato Collection

CuisinesArabian, Middle Eastern, Lebanese

Address : Ground Level, Convention Centre Office Tower, Trade Centre Area, Dubai

Opening hours :  8 AM to 3 AM

Phone number04 3555533

 Cost : AED 350 for two people (approx.) Cash only



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