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Samad Al Iraqi Restaurant
Dubai's Western and South Asian expats are only part of the mix—Arab expats, many fleeing war-torn countries, thrive here too, and restaurants like Samad Al Iraqi are the proof. Try to visit the Al Muraqqabat Street branch, where you'll dine alongside Iraqis of all classes and backgrounds on one of the city's most charming streets. This spot is worth a visit alone for its grilled masgouf fish, a famous Iraqi dish dating all the way back to the Babylonian era. Craving meat? The kebabs and mixed dolma ( stuffed veggies with lamb and rice) are first-rate.