Friday, May 4, 2012

Texas Roadhouse Dubai Mall

Thai, Chinese, or Steak? I asked this question to myself while I was thinking where to take my family to dine and celebrate my daughters 8th birthday last Friday. You know a mother needs to weigh her dining options too with regards to the food preference of the family members. As much as I want to try some Thai food that day, I couldn't since I have a bunch of meat lovers with me so steak wins unanimously.

Texas Roadhouse offers hand-cut steaks, award winning ribs, fresh baked bread, and made from scratch side items, the branch in Dubai Mall is located in the Fountain Restaurant Area, Lower Ground Level Tel: 04-3253862

It was half past eight and we were all starving, the restaurant was full so we were asked to wait between 20-30 minutes although it didn't took that long to get a table for eight, just after 10 minutes we were already giving out our orders.


The combo appetizer includes boneless buffalo wings, tater skin topped with cheese and bacon bits (potato skin), and rattlesnake bites (potato balls with jalapenos) all perfectly cooked until golden brown and it was gone before I knew it.We also had Caesar salad which I find a bit salty but the lettuce are fresh and crunchy while the chef’s salad was just plain ordinary.

The kids ordered ranger meal chicken critters with mashed potato on the side and orange juice. Mica couldn't finish her food, she was busy counting her kidzos but when I asked her she said it was spicy that's why she didn't liked it so is her friend.
My brother ordered 12 oz medium rare rib eye steak, he shared it with me forking juicy cut pieces to my plate while I shared with him some of my grilled salmon with steamed veggie on the side. The servings are big and ideal for sharing. My husband was seated across me on the table and he was eating quietly enjoying the tender and flavorful half slab ribs he ordered. The grilled chicken and shrimp was shared by my sister-in-law and Sarah with their rice side dish, I am salivating by the looks of it but I couldn’t comment further. We washed down our meal with some fizzy drinks, not even a beer they don't serve alcohol.

Someone was celebrating a birthday at the table next to us and it seemed traditional for Texas Roadhouse wait staff to ask the celebrant to seat in a chair resembling a horse saddle just like a cowboy to his horse while they announce and greet him for his birthday. After our sumptuous dinner, then it's Mica's turn to be cowgirl.


What is a birthday without blowing a candle in a cake but instead I ordered a big brownie topped with vanilla ice cream and smothered with melted chocolate and that's our sweet endings

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