Travel around the globe this summer without leaving The Galleria, Al Maryah Island with these tasty cuisines from nine fabulous international destinations
With The Galleria's highly anticipated extension coming soon, we've rounded up some of the most mouth-watering cuisines from around the world. Diets can start next year...
Texas, United States
This authentic Texan restaurant is well known for its fall-off-the-bone ribs and tasty hand-cut steaks. Regularly voted the number-one steakhouse in America by Restaurant News, shoppers at The Galleria can indulge in some wholesome American steak.
Launched in the mid-’90s, this Asian food chain quickly grew to international acclaim with more than 300 restaurants around the world. You can’t go wrong with its delicious mix of rich Asian ﬂavours, but if you’re going to pick just one dish, we recommend the tasty dynamite shrimp. Yum.
Starting life as a family-run bakery in Rue de la Mackellerie in Croix, near Lille in 1889, Paul has become the world’s go-to purveyor du pain and classical French boulangerie traditions. Pass us a pastry, s’il vous plaît!
New York, United States
If you’re a foodie and you’ve travelled to New York City, chances are you’ve heard of Magnolia Bakery. The chain opened in the mid-’90s at 401 Bleecker Street in the West Village of Manhattan and hasn’t looked back since. Although the bakery offers a range of delicious desserts, it’s best known for its signature cupcake range.
Louisiana, United States
If there’s a better combo than Southern hospitality and soul food, we’ve yet to hear about it! Step forward, Raising Cane's, a Louisiana-born eatery that’s gained worldwide recognition for its juicy chicken ﬁngers served with a side of social responsibility and a strong sense of community.
The original branch of this popular eatery opened its doors in London in 2011. Expect succulent and spectacular Mediterranean-inﬂuenced dishes like roasted rosemary turkey, or honey roasted pumpkin and kale for a slice of sunshine on a plate.
Taking its name from an Italian proverb Chi va piano va lontano – ‘slow and steady wins the race’ – expect pizza, pasta, salads, and antipasti, freshly made before your eyes, enjoyed in a relaxed family-style setting.
Priding itself on instantly transporting you to a world of Incan heritage and Latin American culture, expect to be taken on a global gourmet adventure via the original fusion food of Peru, with inﬂuences from Japanese, Chinese and Spanish culinary traditions. Ceviche, anyone?
The brainchild of Bollywood superstar Asha Bhosle, this popular chain of wholesome Indian restaurants now has 13 locations across ﬁve countries on two continents. Head down to Asha’s to get your ﬁll of biryani, butter chicken and sambousa.