Eat Street


The concept of Eat Street is quite clear in its name. The restaurant serves street-style food originating from different parts of the world. Dressed in funky interiors, industrial lighting and contemporary style furniture, Eat Street aims to deliver quality street food with a twist.




The colorful graffiti décor in the restaurant had created quite a hype in the market and I was waiting to check it out myself! I visited Eat Street on a Saturday afternoon, the place was packed. It took a while for us to get a table.

The ambience was busy yet cheerful with the aroma of tasty food drifting around.


The menu has a variety of items, some familiar, some not. But I was here to try new stuff. I certainly wasn’t going to pay 3 rials for pani puri (Indian snack) LOL

Bunny Chow OMR 5.100

I ordered Bunny Chow, a South African creation that takes a freshly-baked loaf with the middle taken out of it and is then crammed with a delicious chicken or meat curry. And how did it taste? The chicken curry was thick and so was the bread which made it hard to swallow. The flavours were excellent and it was great to try something new but I don’t think I’d have it again.

Southern Fried Chicken OMR 4.800

The Southern Fried Chicken had chunks of chicken which were deep fried after marinating in buttermilk and served on a waffle. It was accompanied with some white gravy but somehow the whole combination was too weird for me. The chicken was extremely crispy yet tasty but I did not like the white gravy. The waffle was good on it’s own. Won’t have this again either.

Apple Mule OMR 2.300

For beverages, we chose two Apple Mules. The drink was not worth its price because it tasted like an average lime soda.

We chose an Apple Crumble Pizza as desert. A layer of stewed apples, cheese, crumble and vanilla custard on a crunchy base. It was a bit too sweet for my palate.

Apple Crumble Pizza OMR 4.500

Overall the service was acceptable. It was better in the beginning of the meal for as the afternoon got busier it became increasingly more difficult to capture the staff’s attention.

On the whole, the food had a fantastic presentation, but tasted average. There were some lovely flavours coming through and it was evident that the ingredients are fairly well sourced and fresh. But no one dish completely worked .

Eat Street has an impressive and unique concept but they need to rework the food and their cheeky prices. Maybe their other dishes would impress me if I decide to revisit.

Total billing for two mains, one dessert and two drinks (including taxes):  OMR 20.520

  • Ambience: 8.5/10
  • Service: 7/10
  • Food: 6.5/10
  • Price: 6/10


Restaurant: Eat Street

Location: Al Noor Plaza MQ , Oman

Restaurant hours:  12.00 PM to 3.00 PM for lunch, 6.00 PM to 11.00 PM for dinner

Contact number: +968  80074992



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    1. Writer: Priyanka Patel says:

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