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Friday Brunch Specials from AED219

* Ladies Night 20:00 To 23:00
Every Mondays
Unlimited Classic Margaritas


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Not valid in conjunction with any other offers
Brunch timing: 12:00PM to 4:00PM

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Location:

Level 3, Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Estimated Price: (Starter + Main + Drink)

250 AED

Restaurant Hours

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  • "Great food!!"

    4 Reviewed 2014-07-17 14:06:23 By HelderPinto

    It was a great dinner. Food was good and the service was also very good!! It was great to talk Spanish in Dubai also. We should have found this place before.

  • "Struck Gold at Souq Al Bahar !!"

    5 Reviewed 2014-07-05 06:46:44 By shaniraval

    It was like striking gold!! had planned for some where else, while we ended up banging on Fuego's door step! it was like a perfect strike. Absolute delight, the place lives up to its name of contemporary mexican. Thought not found on the menu, the staff are courteous to suggest and extend a helping hand in deciding and choosing the menu when asked to. It was like everything was available in veg mode!! yummy guacamole paste made live on your table! it was an absolute delight to see that.. food was just as delicious as it could have been. Veg platter - quesadillas, jallepeno cheese poppers, mushroom sticks ( i dont eat mushroom, but never came to know it was mushroom stuffed inside) and was equally delicious. Hibiscus flower drink, sorry cant recall the name was good, though a bit syrupy, A must go place if you are found of mexican, even if you want to experiment, the staff is quite well educated on what they serve!! not many places have such people who serve! excellent... reservations are recommended by the staff since weekends tends to be a lot lot busy!!

  • "Needs better decor"

    3 Reviewed 2014-06-20 02:45:36 By Macs-on-the-move

    If you hadn't been told it was a Mexican restaurant you wouldn't know bar a few pictures on the wall. It had been recommended by a colleague but it unfortunately didn't live up to its discussion. Food and cocktails were gd, if the portions for us seemed small, Mexican food you expect it a little bigger, but the lack luster atmosphere really dampened the meal staff were attentive. All in all wouldn't go back again I am afraid.

  • "Lovely Food but Chilly inside..............."

    4 Reviewed 2014-06-18 05:04:00 By Suzanne-Cantle

    We felt like Mexican during our stay in Dubai and as we happened to be near the Burj Kalifa we decided to try Fuego. Alas there is no outside seating in Fuego as it is situated in the Souk Al Bahar. This is the trouble with Dubai and it isnt anyone's fault but if you can't eat outside, anywhere inside is generally chilly, due to the outside ambient temperature and the air conditioning setting. On this occasion I was really quite cold throughout as I only had a dress on. We ordered a mixture of menu items and whilst we were perusing the menu they gave us several bowls of nacho's and a couple of salsa dips. One spicy and one not. I am not a fan of coriander and I was delighted when they said they could cook my meal without, as everything apart from the salsa and guacomole was cooked too order. The restaurant wasn't particularly busy but there is such a variety of places to eat around the Burj Kalifa including the Dubai Mall so that didn't bother us. Food arrived quickly, was sizzling and delicious. We didnt have dessert as we were so full so just finished off with coffee. A really nice meal at Fuego. A good choice if you feel like Mexican.

  • "Best Mexican ever in Dubai"

    5 Reviewed 2014-05-24 10:02:06 By shiniesun

    I went to Fuego 2 weeks ago, and surprised that I havn't tried this restaurant although I visited Souk Al Bahar so many times. Shame on me that I have passed this one so far, it was indeed very nice place to dine! Their Short Ribs and Chimichanga amazed me so much, not only by its size but definately also by the taste! Now I know where I should go if I want to have great Mexican food.

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Rating: 5.1/10
  • NOAERJul 16, 2014

    margarita (3*), queso fundido (2 1/2*), guacamole (4*), camarones enchipotlado quesadilla (3 1/2*), camarones en cazuela (3 1/2*), lamb shank barbacoa (3 1/2*) & pavo w/salsa verde (2 1/2*).

  • RodrigoMay 26, 2014

    Try the frozen melon margarita (la comadre) or if u like a spicy margarita take the jalapeño cilantro

  • TaranaMay 19, 2014

    Food tastes great watch out for portions as they are large.

  • JasonApr 19, 2014

    Drinks are not good: mixers from the bottle. Food not worth it. My first and last time here. If you want good Mexican, go to Maya.

  • StephanieDec 26, 2013

    Food is quite basic, nothing special and slightly overpriced. Does not live up to the hype. Service was also mediocre, waiters did not know about the dishes.

  • PebblesAug 05, 2013

    Try their Guacamole on the spot!

  • AshconJun 17, 2013

    Agreed- the guac was way overpriced and came with ONE avocado. Other food was OK

  • ShahiJun 16, 2013

    Skip the guacamole- overpriced and underwhelming

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