Located on the 24th floor of the Dusit Thani hotel, 24th St Dubai is a little gem that’s been inspired by the streets of Asia. Join your friends at The Huntr as we take a closer look…
Offering four different kitchens – Momo San (Japanese), Chatakana (Indian), Kim’s Korean (Korean) and Lucy Wong (Chinese), 24th Street features bustling live cooking stations, pretty Japanese umbrellas, simple little wooden tables and chairs and a huge floor-to-ceiling window overlooking Sheikh Zayed Road and the Burj Khalifa.
Open for lunch and dinner, The Huntr visited this Trade Centre Area gem for a cosy and casual weekend dinner. To start we sampled a variety of dishes and cuisines – Japanese sushi; the Niji Roll (58AED) and (the amazing) Tuna Tataki (55AED), delicious Tofu Kimchi (28AED) and Chinese dim sum (35AED for 3 pieces). We also shared a fresh and crunchy Mango Chicken Salad (45AED) and the Indian Pani Puri Shot (25AED) – round hollow puri, filled with chilli, chaat masala, potato, onion and flavoured water. For the main event we opted for the Beef Galbi – a Korean speciality of marinated short rubs with sauteed bean sprouts and mushrooms and Chilli Crab (36AED per 100g, The Huntr opted for 800g) – wok-fried Singapore style crab with tomato sauce, chili paste and egg.
For dessert we settled on the the Red Bean Ice Cream with Seasonal Berries (45AED), Mochi Ice Cream (55AED) and Gulab Jamun (45AED) – a sweet Indian delicacy.
Drinks wise 24th St is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. We had the pleasure of sampling three different beers from three different countries – Singha (Thailand) 44AED, Tsingsao (China) 50AED and Hitachino Lager (Japan) 52AED.
Insider tips: Free valet parking available with the hotel. There’s a Friday brunch between 12.30 and 4pm (249AED for unlimited soft drinks). Thursday is seafood night and the lunch buffet runs from 12noon until 3pm Mondays and Sundays and is priced at 149AED.