Eaters is a young and dynamic restaurant that tends to offer exciting street food which emphasizes on unique presentation and taste. It’s a tiny restaurant in a big city, hidden in Al Mushrif city.
The inside of the restaurant is designed to have a rustic effect. A building that feels worn off. The space is very limited and this could be a turn off to some of the diners who prefer space and privacy.
Mocktails come here in different colors and they all have their unique flavors. The twisted Vimto was my pick and I loved every sip. It taste best in the beginning, as it gets diluted with water towards the end from the melting chilled ice.
They have a vey unique menu and their food comes in style. I think only the fruity quinoa salad looked simple from all that we tried which had a nice sweet and healthy flavor to it. The Asian chicken salad was much better I reckon. The crispy dressing on top of the chicken salad was good for presentation but might not be a liking to some.
The giant onion rings where absolutely delicious. They come hot and crispy. The potato fries were fun eating in the mix of cheese, jalapeño, onion rings along with sauces. More like a cheesy dish than just eating fries. The crispy breaded prawn was just irresistible, the dip that comes with breaded prawn plays an important role in elevating the experience of eating them.
We were quite surprised to see the presentation of the prawn tacos on top of cola cans, although they didn’t have any connection. The tortilla was too small to accommodate those coconut breaded prawns and would just fall off when you try to gobble them all. The black bun was more exciting than the chicken fillet actually and was quite difficult to fit it entirely in the mouth. But the black slider was cannot be ignored and should give it a try.
The Sikka chicken sandwich and the Asian beef steak were my favorites for the mains. The brioche was soft and warm, along with the sour cream and tender chicken just made it a bite to remember. I would definitely have this one again from Eaters. The elegantly presented steak was cooked to perfection and the rib eye would just melt in the mouth.
Unfortunately their desserts could not keep up to the rest of the items in the menu. This is one area they could improve. Both the desserts we tried were not really convincing. Otherwise the Eaters menu looked promising, provided they serve a bigger portion size of their mains. Everything which came today to our table was more of a miniature size from what we really expected.