Streetside Flair meets Culinary finesse & 5 Star Sophistication at 24th Street, Dubai

What happens when street-side flair meets 5 star sophistication? Have no doubts – the result would most definitely be an extravaganza of sorts. 24th street by Dusit Thani is precisely that – A culinary extravagant celebration of street-food from 4 countries that have – from the beginning of time – stood as a fine synonym for the best street side fare.
Featuring select exquisite dishes from Japan, Korea, India and China the iconic Dusit Thani Dubai introduces its one-of-a-kind dining experience simulating a traditional Asian hawker center.
The latest addition to its line-up of multi-awarded restaurants such as Jones the Grocer, Nippon Bottle Company and Benjarong, 24th Steet is aptly named after the floor on which it is located. recently visited 24th Street both for the launch and for an exclusive tasting session this week. We found it to be a bustling eatery offering a fine selection of street-inspired culinary experiences. With four exciting specialty kiosks under one roof we were able to enjoy a selection of our favourite food from 4 different destinations all in the same place.

We tried the famous malaysian Char Kway Teow, Chinese Duck soup, Indian Lamb Roghan Josh with Saffron Puloa and finished it off with Rasmalai.
One of the famous street food dishes of Penang, Malaysia – the Char Kway Teow served at @24thstdubai was light, with a good balance of savoury, sweet and spicy flavours. The rice noodles was smooth, while the shrimps were large and crunchy. The seasoning and spice levels too were just right.

The Lamb Roghan Josh had tender, succulent and juicy lamb floating in intense flavor packed curry and which went amazingly well with the aromatic Saffron Pulao or Pilaf. It was marriage made in 24th street’s kitchen which amalgamated into a culinary extravaganza of sorts on my plate.
Synonymous to Asia’s vibrant offerings bursting with historical inspirations, 24TH St. focuses on bringing an exciting take to the traditional Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Indian’s street-food cultures. Each kiosk expresses its own individual cha­racter, taking design influences from the coun­try of its origins.

Regional Vice President of Dusit International for EMEA, Prateek Kumar, commented on the new opening, saying “Hawker dining concept has been an essential part of the culture in Southeast Asia and the street-style food model is now steadily winning over people’s taste buds in the UAE”.  With this in mind, we have incorporated an interesting and bespoke dining experience. With our latest concept venture, we are confident that 24TH St. will be the new address in the heart of Dubai for a distinct Asian foodie haven.”
In true Dubai fashion, 24TH St. makes its mark as the first and only Asian eatery offering these four distinctive cuisines in a street-style setting, amplified with a bustling atmosphere, contemporary eclectic décor and stunning views of Sheikh Zayed Road, DIFC and Burj Khalifa.  Guests can make their journey through a myriad of bold flavours and spices, served from the dynamic kitchens of Kim’s KoreanLucy Wong’sMomo San and Chatakana.  Groups of family, friends and colleagues with varied taste preferences can easily feast together with the diverse food options that the 24TH St. caters.
Service is, needless to say – unmistakably Dusit thani quality – which always leaves a mark. No wonder they are known as the synonym of Thai hospitality in this country. The staff at 24th street were prompt and friendly. The team is headed by restaurant manager Trupti Joshi – a very friendly, jovial and hospitable young lady. She made sure my time at 24th Street was truly enjoyable.
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