Is there any good restaurant for family(privacy with separate room or cabin facility) ???
How many times will u post the same line monument...
i already read it , dont waste ur time posting the same line...
Thanks for your comments
By the way, its not ma family.. i asked for my friend's family... :-)
Hey Soniya... privacy for womens is one of the important priorities in Islam.. Nowadays , some muslims will follow n some may not... when u r enjoying with ur family n u found someone staring all the time to ur family, v wont feel comfortable n even family too...
so its better to be alone n in privacy...
i hope u understood soniya...
n guys thanx for ur help...
Howz you my long-lost QL friend?
You replied very correct. This privacy is misused by many in the name of family-dinner. The privatised dinner-affair culture is for Arabs considering the safety for the women in the family.
Ofcourse doubts would be raised on the way this guy enquired on QL.
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You can try MAZZA restaurant at Airport signal.It is having separate family table which is separated with full height curtains . Food is also good.
Alternatively you can try Tandoor Express at Al Saad.
Have a happy dining
if you are looking for privacy ..your home will be the good choice..
try AL Osra near mannai r/a
Ayan, sorry to ask u this frd...U r from INDIA, RIGHT??? Then y r u asking for a privacy to dine out??I have hardly seen ne sort of these privacy facility in ne gud hotel back to INDIA.. I m not talking abt DHABAS or small hotels but i have really been to some of the best restuarants in MUMBAI, but didnt see ne of this sort of...I think PRIVACY while dining out is more in MIDDLE EAST..
And firstly, i cant understand y some people go for PRIVACY while dining out?? R they ashamed of eating infront of all??? Just curious to know...Nothing personal..
Al Majlees restaurant(not sure exactly of spelling...) is an Arabic type restaurant next to Landmark Mall, it has 2 private booths with curtains to close off the area. No extra charge. They make nice Arabic food and have good service, medium prices.
Go to Afghan brothers resturant at Shafi street in Rayyan. You can have your own seprate majlis without any extra charge. Close the door and enjoy your privacy with excellent food.
The Star of India near TV roundabout does have separate partitioned booths (if I may call it so) for families. You might want to check it out.
The Chingaari at Ramada also has privacy to an extent.
If you wanted to be so private then don't go out, just sit home and eat.