Famous Filipino Restaurant Gerry's Grill, Now in Dubai

Gerry's Grill Dubai

Gerry's Grill's first branch in the UAE opened in Karama, Dubai just recently. Gerry's Grill serves delicious authentic Filipino food with an emphasis on char-grilled dishes. It is a famous restaurant and bar in the Philippines with branches all over the country. They also have international branches in the US, Singapore, and UAE's neighboring countries.

This branch is halal hence no pork or alcohol. We spoke to the team and they are hoping for the best for Gerry's Grill Dubai, a licensed establishment is imminent, depending on its success.

Nonetheless, we were so happy that they are now in Dubai and closer than ever.

Gerry's Grill Dubai in Karama

Gerry’s Grill is located at Shk. Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, Karama (Opposite Centerpoint). They can be reached at 04-883-9550 and easily accessed via BurJuman Metro Station (Red & Green lines)

The restaurant is well-lit and can accommodate up to 180 guests at full seating capacity. There is a live grilling station where you can watch your food sizzle on the grill. Some of their famous dishes are inihaw na pusit (grilled squid), Inihaw na Manok (Grilled Chicken), Adobong Puso Rice, Sizzling Sisig, and Kare-Kare.

Gerry's Grill Dubai in Karama

Gerry's Grill Dubai in Karama

Live Grilling at Gerry's Grill Dubai

We were at the soft opening and tasted many of their delicious food offerings together with our friends. My favorites were grilled squid, grilled chicken, crispy beef short ribs, chop suey (stir-fry vegetables), and seafood rice.

The grilled squid was flavorful, soft, and succulent.

Inihaw na Pusit (Grilled Squid)

The grilled chicken, on the other hand, was well marinated and cooked through but not dry.

Inihaw na Manok (Grilled Chicken)

I only ate two or three spoonsful of seafood rice just to taste. It was good, my husband liked it. My friends loved it. I personally ordered the chop suey dish because that was my rice alternative. The vegetables were cooked but still have a crunch to them. Exactly just the way I like it. It was also loaded with prawns, chicken, and chicken liver.

Stir-fry vegetables (Chopsuey)

Crispy Beef Short Ribs

Seafood Rice

The serving of each dish is big and it is good for two to share.

Sizzling Beef Sisig

We also had sizzling kangkong, lumpiang shanghai, pancit bihon, sinigang na hipon and tanigue kilaw.

Sizzling Kangkong

Chicken Spring Rolls

Pancit Bihon

Sinigang na Hipon

Kinilaw na Tanigue

For dessert, I had Leche flan, Filipino's answer to creme brulee, and Ferald had halo-halo

Leche Flan


The food at Gerry's Grill Dubai is not only delicious but also very affordable, so if you are looking for a place to hang out, and eat good Filipino food that's easy on the budget, give Gerry's grill a try.

My Yellow Bells

Carla is a lifestyle blogger based in Dubai who's thankful to call this ever-evolving city her second home. The pages of this blog are filled with stories about her expat life in the sandpit. It features dining and travel adventures in and around the city and beyond. It also features food recipes, parenting tips, and fashion style.

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