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1001 Nights (OTN), Ar-Rashid Mall

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by Tema (subscribe)
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Published November 12th 2012
Feast like a true Middle-Eastern at 1001 Nights
Sure, there is a variety of food items to choose from the food court area at Ar-Rashid Mall in Khobar city.

There's your classic mix of McDonalds, Kudu, Burger King and KFC, and then there's the more eccentric like Isfahani Restaurant, Fuddruckers and Gulf Royal.

But there is one restaurant, one with its own private dining area for families as well as singles, that has always won me over every time I visit this grand mall with a million outlets.

Its name - 1001 Nights - or simply, OTN.

There is a great, friendly staff who have the best manners I've seen in a long time. Full of hospitable faces, this quaint restaurant has a decor that pleases the eye and soul.

Interior Decor - 1001 Nights, Rashid Mall


You are entitled to choose whatever table you like, and can even ask for the straw glaze for extra privacy if you like.

Their menu is very simple, but provides the best Middle-Eastern food at reasonable prices. One may think the prices are a bit steep, but after seeing the quantity, you'll know it's worth it.

Surrounding Decor - 1001 Nights, Rashid Mall


Whether you're famished or just in need of a snack, 1001 Nights is guaranteed to have you covered. My family and I weren't too hungry, so we ordered a shawarma plate - it's very similar to an yiros, but so much better and a lot more authentic.

Shawarma Plate - 1001 Nights, Rashid Mall


The shawarma plate consists of shredded chicken pieces with salad wrapped up in pita bread. It also comes with fries and pickles that are served on the side with garlic sauce and cayenne pepper.

So be different next time you visit Rashid Mall, and dine in at 1001 Nights - you'll be sure to leave the restaurant with a happy tummy.
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Why? Because Middle-Eastern food is food-gasmic!
When: 5pm-late
Where: Level 3, Rashid Mall, Al-Khobar
Cost: $$
Your Comment
Where is Al-Khobar? Don't think I will ever get the chance to eat at 1001. Would like to visit the Middle East someday.
by Yin-Yin Ow (score: 3|1589) 1771 days ago
Fascinating! It's a pity my subscription to you doesn't show the articles about other places.
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