10 Best Restaurants In Muscat

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4. Bin Ateeq

Bin Ateeq is a fine compromise between authentic cuisine, Omani hospitality and accessible dishes for visitors from all over the world. The most notable authentic feature is the floor-level seating, with exquisitely colored and patterned Majlis cushions, from which guests can try mutton magbous, halva and harees (cracked wheat with meat).

Bin Ateeq, Al-Khuwair Street, Muscat, Oman+968 2447 8225

5. Duke’s Bar Muscat

What can be more ideal than a cold drink and hearty food sourced from the finest producers, and cooked with great attention to detail. Duke’s Bar, in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, goes as far as a pub-restaurant in Oman can go in providing for this simple yet important need, especially for Muscat’s British population. Monthly menu shuffles keep the pub food interesting, with a good selection of lamb chops, kebabs, tagines and curries. Duke’s Bar is certainly one of the best pubs in Muscat, and boasts a pub food menu which would rival many UK establishments.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Building 1730, Qurum Street, Muscat, Oman, +968 2466 0660

6. Tché Tché

What started as a highly popular Jordanian café ten years ago, has now become a stronghold of café culture and predictably good snacks and meals in the Arabic world. Oman’s branch, situated in Muscat, serves a large variety of salads, breakfasts, sandwiches, fukhara and even some flavored hookah smoking pipes. A growing business, Tché Tché continues to open up new branches all the time, and the quality and variety improve in each of their locations.

Tché Tché, A’shati St, Qurm, Muscat, Oman, +968 9889 7222

 

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