The famous Sahara Grill is definitely a well known and predominant spot in London for meat lovers and has finally opened its doors in the Mall, Jumeirah with minimalist and contemporary interior fit outs and dim lighting making it family friendly as well as an outdoor seating giving you pristine views of the city, the restaurant serves some of the most tantalizing dishes in halal cuisine. I definitely deem myself lucky to have found this hidden gem of a restaurant when it comes to its simplistic dishes overpowering with lip smacking taste.
They say Red bull gives you wings so you can fly high but the buffalo wings served here made me reach seventh heaven, i have had my fair share of buffalo wings but the taste of these fresh and tender wings were truly a step above, exquisite from the tangy and mouth watering sauce to the meat that so easily falls off the bones, making you tempted to ask for another plate all for yourself.
Will you be my lamb chop? My exact sentiments on seeing the succulent and spiced up lamb chops, I would have loved the seared chops to be a little more on the meatier side, but nevertheless the meat was dunked nicely in a meld of spices, giving my palate quite the kick.
We opted for the cajun chicken steak which was an embodiment of freshness and juiciness. The chicken breasts were tender with the chicken being deeply soused with fragrant cajun spices, to complement this beauty comes hand in hand a light and creamy peppery sauce delivering the right amount of spice and crispy french fries served on the side.
Sahara Grill has a fair share of italian dishes as well with an indian twist, so we opted for the prawn stir fried noodles, served with juicy and plump prawns along with grilled vegetables. The noodles were a tad bit saucy for my palate but the dish definitely was packed with flavor but considering that i am big on noodles, i happily scoffed it all in one go!
Sahara Grill definitely made a favorable impression when it comes to their meaty dishes which are jam packed with flavor but just a heads up, do notify the staff about the spice levels of your meat 🙂