Friday, September 25, 2015

Five Guys @ Dubai Mall

This monumentally popular U.S. burger chain boasts a high-profile location at Dubai Mall, with an unbeatable view of the famous fountain in the shadow of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper.

Five Guys' key offering is a customisable cheeseburger, constructed with all-American beef, with no fillers or preservatives - choose your own free toppings from a long list that includes mayo, lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, grilled mushrooms, ketchup, mustard, relish, onions, jalapeno peppers, green peppers, steak sauce, BBQ sauce & hot sauce (select as many - or as few - as you want!). The result: Well, you can't really go wrong here - it's not a bad burger, since it's hearty, juicy & flavoursome.

Two types of real-potato fries are available - Five Guys style or spicy Cajun - in million-calorie portions that we failed to finish.

Five Guys, Dubai Mall, United Arab Emirates

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12 comments:

  1. The French fries look really good, Sean, and I like the decor here.
    I just read your comment on my blog post about black cats. For many years now I have called superstitions "stupidstitions" (LOL!) because they are unfounded. I have owned 3 black cats in my life and they were all beautiful and sweet. But to say that they are unlucky is ridiculous. As far as walking under a ladder...well, to me this is common sense not to. Someone on it could fall and land on you or anything on the ladder could fall and harm us, but it isn't bad luck. I don't know why they pick on black cats, but to me it is like saying that all black people or Asian people or white people are bad luck. It is just plain silly and totally untrue. By the way, if you see a black cat in the next cat cafe to visit please give him/her a hug...and an extra hug from me. :)

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    1. Linda: the serving of fries was massive - we couldn't finish it!
      thanks so much for your passionate and warm defense of black cats, and for sharing your experiences about black cats. i will definitely remember this the next time i see a black cat! it's heart-warming to read about how you've loved your cats :)

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  2. Wow!!! Awesome looking bugger! I do not see that many Arab-looking guys like, lots of Caucasians, could be anywhere in the world. Lots more in KL, i think...in their summer holidays.

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    1. Oops!!! I mean burger, honest I do!!! Typo! Muahahahaha!!!!

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    2. Suituapui: ya, the local emirates community actually does form a minority of the total population in dubai! :D

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    3. Suituapui: i believe you! heheh :)

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  3. I had two meals of burger+fries recently, have to stop awhile, hahaha.
    Oh and I like that big aquarium, very nice.

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    1. CK: yeah, the aquarium gets a lot of attention at the mall! :D

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  4. How come the reviews done in Dubai were for American burger joints? Any chance to get to see the review for local Emirati delicacies?

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    1. JH: yup, there will be some reviews later on for the local food. i guess i couldn't resist checking out five guys' burger though, heh :)

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  5. My heart skipped a beat when i read Five Guys, cos i thought they opened a branch in KL!
    Darn, bubble burst when I saw it was at Dubai Mall, bummer~!!!... hahaha

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    1. Obi-Wan: yeah, i think it'll take a long time for five guys to reach KL ... i don't think they're anywhere in asia yet! but we can still hope :)

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