Have you tried this famous Dh5 Dubai crêpe?

Dubai - On #TheFoodTrail, we head to Labeeb Grocery on Jumeirah Beach Road that's been dishing out Rigag bread, UAE’s favourite wafer-thin crepe, for 20 years. There's many that do it but no one does it better than this grocery-turned-bakery. It's stood tall for two decades amidst swanky restaurants in a rich Dubai neighbourhood, catering to customers in supercars until midnight every day. A rigag here costs Dh5 to Dh7 and comes with a combination of toppings like: Cheese, hot sauce, fish sauce and eggs. And there’s a packet of crushed Oman crisps that go into it? Have you tasted a rigag here yet? Let us know


Rahul Gajjar


Abhishek Sengupta

Published: Mon 14 Jun 2021, 6:08 PM

Last updated: Tue 13 Jul 2021, 10:03 AM

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