3 & 4, Sh Mohd building, Opposite Fish Market , Karama , Dubai, UAE

04-3371585

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Near Family Super Market , Karama , Dubai, UAE

04-3371596

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UAE Exchange building, Dubai-Sharjah Road , Rolla , Sharjah, UAE

06-5617916

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Near Gold Souk , Deira , Dubai, UAE

04-2268296

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, Jumeirah , Dubai, UAE

04-3945200

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Opp. ADCB, Mina Road , Rolla , Sharjah, UAE

06-5634200

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Industrial Area, Caterpillar Road , Sharjah, UAE

06-5325355

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Bhnd Air India Office , Rolla , Sharjah, UAE

06-5623200

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Near Dubai Grand Hotel, Damascus St , Qusais , Dubai, UAE

04-2639977

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, Karama , Dubai, UAE

04-3355776

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Vegetarian Restaurants

Vegetarian cuisine refers to food that is purely cooked with vegetables without including meat and animal tissue products. Some exceptional products are eggs and dairy products like milk and cheese are permitted. The strictest forms of vegetarianism are veganism and fruitarianism, which exclude all animal products, including dairy products as well as honey, and even some refined sugars if filtered and whitened with bone char. Meat analogues, which mimic the taste, texture, and appearance of meat and are often used in recipes that traditionally contained meat. Some of the food recipes are Cereals or grains like maize, hempseed, corn, wheat, rice, barley, sorghum, millet, oats, rye, triticale, buckwheat, fonio, quinoa - derived products such as flour including dough, bread, pasta and baked goods. Vegetables which are fresh or pickled are types of vegetarian food products like vegetable fats and oils, edible fungi, Fresh fruits or dried fruits. Legumes: beans including soybeans and soy products such as tofu, soy milk, tempeh, and TVP, chickpeas, peas, lentils, peanuts. Spices and herbs are other foods such as seaweed however seaweed is considered inedible by some strict vegetarians for the same reason it can be considered as non-kosher by some: the possibility that various tiny animals may be found adhering to it. Food suitable for several types of the vegetarian cuisine are Dairy products like butter, milk, cheese except for cheese containing rennet of animal origin, yogurt excluding yogurt made with gelatine etc. Eggs are not eaten by vegans and pure lacto-vegetarians and even honey are not eaten by most vegans. Some of the most common dishes that vegetarians in the Western world eat without substitution of ingredients are vegetarian food products made from cereal grains. Traditional vegetarian foods are called as Brahmin cuisines in most part of India, except West Bengal, is strictly vegetarian. Gujarati cuisine from state of Gujarat in western India is predominantly vegetarian. They use bean, pasta, potato, rice and bulgur or couscous dishes as stews, soups and stir-fries. Cereals and oatmeal’‘s and granola bars are considered as vegetarian foods. Fresh fruit and most salads are made of Potato salad, baba ganoush, pita-wraps or burrito -wraps vegetable pilafs, baked potatoes or fried potato-skins with various toppings, corn on the cob, smoothies. Many sandwiches use products like cheese on toast and cold sandwiches including roasted eggplant, mushrooms, bell peppers, and other sandwich ingredients. Many side dishes such as mashed potatoes, scalloped potatoes, some bread stuffing, seasoned rice, macaroni and cheese are used as vegetarian. Classical Buddhist cuisine in Asia served at temples and restaurants with a green sign indicating vegetarian food only near temples. Some of the Indian national cuisines are vegetarian dishes, many of which can be traced to religious traditions (such as Hindu Brahmins). Gujarati cuisine of India is predominantly vegetarian among other Indian cuisines and Gujarati thali is very famous among Indians. There are many vegetarian Indian foods such as sambars, jalfrezis, pakora, samosa, khichris, Pulao, raitas, rasam, bengain bharta, chana masala, some kormas, subjis (vegetable dishes) such as bindi subji, gobi subji, saag aloo, Punjabi chole, aloo matar and much South Indian food such as dosas, idlis and vadas. Chapati and other wheat or maida based breads like Naan, Roti Parathas are often stuffed with vegetarian items to make it a satisfying meal. Many Indian dishes also qualify as vegan, though many others also use honey or dairy. Some South Indian foods like sambar, Pulihora or puliyogare, Chammandi, karembadu, upma, rasam, koottu, playa or taalimpu, kozhambu or koora, Aviyal, Olan, Kadala curry, Theeyal, Chutney, Chitrannams and breads like Appam, pathiri, dosa, idli Puttu, and vada are under vegetarian cuisine. Vegetarian foods under Spanish cuisine are tumbet and many polentas and tapas dishes. Many Mexican foods such as salsa guacamole with chips, rice bean burritos (without lard in the refried beans or chicken fat in the rice), veggie burrito, many quesadillas, bean tacos, some chilaquiles and bean-pies, chili sin carne, black beans with rice, chiles rellenos, cheese enchiladas and vegetable fajitas. Various Italian foods such as most pastas, many pizzas, crostini, bruschetta, many risottos, Parmigiana are vegetarian foods. Continental cuisine such as ratatouille, braised leeks with olives and parsley, many quiches, sauteed Swiss chard, vegetable-stuffed mushrooms, sauteed Brussels sprouts with mushrooms and squash. In Germany, Frankfurt Green sauce, different Klöße with vegetarian sauces (e.g. Chanterelle), combinations of Quark (cheese), spinach, potatoes and different herbs provide some traditional vegetarian summer dishes. Traditionally on Fridays, southern Germany broad variety of sweet dishes may be served as a main course, so Germknödel and Dampfnudel. Potato soup and plum cake is a traditional Friday course in the Palatinate. Vegetarian Balkan dishes are dolmas and spanakopita. Russian cuisine developed a significant vegetarian tradition in czarist time, based on the example of Leo Tolstoy. The orthodox tradition of separating meat and vegetables and as well between specific meals for Fasting and other holidays contributed to a rich variety of vegetarian dishes in Russia and Slavic countries, such as soups, pirogi, kasha, buckwheat, blini, vareniki, fermented and pickled vegetables, etc. Many Ethiopian dishes are Mideastern food such as falafel, hummus (mashed chick peas), tahini (ground sesame seeds), minted-yogurts, and couscous. Egyptian cuisine in particular is rich in vegetarian foods. For reasons ranging from economics to the religious practices of the Coptic Orthodox Church, most Egyptian dishes rely on beans and vegetables: the national dishes, kushari and ful medames, are entirely vegetarian, as are usually the assorted vegetable casseroles that characterize the typical Egyptian meal. Chinese (and other far-Eastern) dishes based on the main ingredients being mushroom, noodles, eggplant, string beans, broccoli, rice, tofu and/or mixed vegetables. Japanese Vegetarian foods are tempura, edamame, name kojiru, and vegetable sushi. Miso soup is made from fermented white or red soy bean paste, garnished with scallions and/or seaweed. Although most traditional versions are made from fish stock (dashi), it can be made with vegetable stock as well. Korean cuisine has many dishes that are entirely composed of vegetarian ingredients. It includes bibimbap, rich in vegetables and low-fat, jeon, which can be easily understood as Korean version of pizza, made with kimchi, or with seafood and leek, and many others. Some Thai cuisine has vegetarian food including dishes like pad kee maow and many Thai curries.