Top 9 Khasab, Musandam Governorate foods

Khasab (Arabic: خصب‎ Ḫaṣab) is a city in an exclave of Oman bordering the United Arab Emirates. It is the local capital of the Musandam peninsula and has frequently been dubbed the "Norway of Arabia" because of its extensive fjord-like craggy inlets and desolate mountainscapes.

1. Al Shamaliah Grill Restaurant

Near Mosque, Main Street Bani Mohamed Obaid Street, Khasab 811 Oman +968 26 730477 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Delivery, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Buffet, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Table Service Indian, Seafood, Middle Eastern
Overall Ratings

4 based on 228 reviews

Al Shamaliah Grill Restaurant

Reviewed By Raj R - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Great food and great service

We have been visiting Khasab pretty often especially in the past year. The only place we dine other than the hotel that we stay, is here. Their fish is outstanding and that said being vegetarians their veg fare is also very tasty. The icing on the cake is the Royal Falooda. Aseer's welcoming smile and service are a 10.Dear guest, thank you for posting your comments on Trip Adviser following your visit to Al Shamaliah. we hope to see you again soon. Kind regards, Manager and staff.

2. Wadi Qada Restaurant

02 Khasab Coastal Rd.-Road, Khasab 811 Oman +968 26 730399 Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Table Service, Delivery Middle Eastern, Persian
Overall Ratings

4 based on 73 reviews

Wadi Qada Restaurant

Reviewed By drmohamedroshan - Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Good Iranian Food

Nice location, good Iranian Food..Great pomegranate juice..Price on the higher side with the owner/ chef using same plate to serve 2 portions. So be prepared for that.. Same quantity of food you can get in Dubai or Sharjah for half the price..Quality of food and hospitality is really good..At the end, we had good Iranian tea...Nb- Pictures are for illustrative purposes, food quantity may vary...

3. Aroos Musandam Restaurant

Khasab ,Musandam Al Khasab, Musandam, Oman, Khasab 811 Oman +968 26 831331 Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Table Service Indian
Overall Ratings

5 based on 27 reviews

Aroos Musandam Restaurant

Reviewed By 910philippe

Nice little Restaurant

The atmosphere was nice (many restaurants around here use way too many bright lights) and the service was very good. Prices are fair.But most importantly, the food is just great! Thank you sir your amazing review ,we look forward to welcome you back to Aroos musandam Restaurant again soon.

4. Yemen Village Restaurant

Khasab Oman Reservations, Seating Seafood, Barbecue
Overall Ratings

4 based on 21 reviews

Yemen Village Restaurant

Reviewed By SunsetBldvd - Los Angeles, California

YEs yes yes and YES!

Was told to go there by our tour guide. Didn't expect much because we have our favorite mandi restaurant in Dubai. We order fish & chicken mandi. The portions were so big we could barely finish them. They gave us lentil soup as a starter. It was delicious, we had to ask for more. The main dishes were great, the whole thing was only 12 riyals. I highly recommend this place!

5. Al Mawra Restaurant

Chase Coastal Road, Khasab 811 Oman +968 26 730777 Reservations, Table Service Contemporary, Middle Eastern
Overall Ratings

3 based on 16 reviews

Al Mawra Restaurant

Reviewed By Giorgio B - Lund, Sweden

Great seafood pizza

We had lunch at Al Mawra a couple of times and, upon discovering their seafood pizza, we happily stuck to it. It is rich in the topping, savoury and baked to perfection. In addition, the staff is pleasantly attentive and professional. Overall, a very good experience.

6. Amjad Restaurant

Khasab Oman +968 26 830124 Arabic
Amjad Restaurant

Reviewed By 898martaa - Milano

Grande sorpresa

Vicino al vecchio Suq, un piccolo locale con tavoli anche all'aperto. Gli abbiamo portato due grossi pesci comprati al Suq e li hanno grigliati. Veramente eccezionale. Personale attento e cortese, posto semplice e pulito. Prezzi contenuti. Assolutamente consigliato e se riesco ci tornerò. Bravi, grazie

7. Darts Bar

Chase Coastal Road, Khasab 811 Oman +968 26 730777 Bar, Pub
Overall Ratings

3 based on 8 reviews

Darts Bar

Reviewed By KiwiCzech - Prague, Czech Republic

Lacks armosphere

The Darts Bar at Atana Khasab Hotel has an English theme but lacks atmosphere. Lacks good selection of beer and the beer they do have isn't very cold.Bar snacks available for free and food available for purchase, such as light snacks to full meal.Pool table and dart board available to use.This bar would be good for large group of friends.

8. Al Halla Park Restuarant and Cafe

Near Al Hallah Park , Al Hallah Khasab / Musandam, Khasab 811 Oman +968 9922 4777 Middle Eastern

Reviewed By JGLKI - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Al Halla Park Restuarant and Cafe

This restaurant sits on its own next to the seaside, under 5-mins drive from the Golden Tulip hotel on the way into Khasab.A typical Gulf restaurant with plastic chairs and tables outside selling the usual fare of shawarma and kebabs in addition to Indian and Chinese dishes.We choose to sit outside and have our meal and enjoy the scenery which was slightly disturbed by the very loud television until we asked them to turn it down.We had the shrimp kebab, chicken kebab and lamb kebab along with nice fresh bread, rice, salad, hummus and soft drinks which were all very good tasting and value at OR7 for the two of us.I would use this restaurant again and imagine that it is similar in quality and value to the numerous similar restaurants in Khasab.

9. Green Lebanon Night Restaurant

Old Souk, Khasab Oman +968 9435 9661 Lebanese, Mediterranean

Reviewed By Giorgio B - Lund, Sweden

A nice new addition in Khasab

The Green Lebanon Night Restaurant is a totally new addition to the Khasab culinary scene. It has been open for just a few months, and we were happy to meet and spend a few minutes during our dinner with the owner, who had to flee war-torn Syria with his family.The Green Lebanon offers all the typical dishes you would expect in a Middle Eastern restaurant. The shish tawooq, for example, is to die for, and portions are more than generous, while the price stays on the low side. Definitely a place to visit when in Khasab.

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