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Women are advised to wear full clothes, dresses, etc. that reveal minimal skin. Knee-length skirts, tops with sleeves, denims, etc. should be fine.
Short skirts, tops with deep neckline or straps, etc, are prohibited in public areas.
When visiting a Mosque, women should make sure to cover their hair, legs, and bodies, although covering the face is not mandatory.
For Men, shorts (knee-length), denims, shirts, t-shirts, etc. are fine. Clothes like Cycling shorts, boxers, etc. are not encouraged to be worn in public areas. Although one can wear such clothes, while participating in any sports. Swimwear can be worn on the beach.
Arabic Bread - Arabic Bread like Khamir (made from flour, yeast & dry dates) is quite soft & flat. The traditional Arabic Bread is also known as Pita Bread by the rest of the World. The locals prefer to have the Chibab Bread, that is the same as Khamir but with lesser yeast.
Hamour Fish - The Hamour Fish is the local fish of Dubai, fished from the Dubai creek. Mostly all local restaurants have this is as the primary fish variety for their dishes.
Dates - Dates have been an integral part of the local diet for decades. Since dates flourish well in dry and arid conditions, the Arabian Desert offers the perfect climate for its growth.
Camel Meat -Camel Meat used to be the most famous meat across Dubai, now mostly served at weddings and other social occasions. It can still be found at a few restaurants across the city, sometimes being used for burgers as well.
Qoozi - Qoozi is a slow cooked lamb dish, served over rice with nuts & raisins, found only in specific restaurants across the city.
Mandi - A Yemeni dish, popular all across the Middle-East, consisting of Meat & Rice with Spices.
Hummus - Hummus is a dip made from cooked & mashed chick peas or other beans, traditionally served with Pita Bread.
Falafel - A deep fried dish made from ground chickpeas or fava beans, or both, and is shaped like a ball.
Al Harees - A local dish made from wheat, meat, and a little salt, served in the form of a porridge.