Time Out Says
If you happen to be staying at the Mafraq Hotel, you might find yourself pulling up a bar stool at Hunter’s. But if you’ve no reason to be in Mafraq, you’ve no reason to be here, as it’s a rather sterile, forgettable place. And unless you’re desperate to catch a live game on one of the TVs while you eat, you’re better off at one of the hotel’s other dining venues, because you won’t get much choice. You could probably count all the dishes on the menu on two hands – and that would include sides such as fries and cheesy fries. That said, if you’re after unimaginative meals such as fish and chips, a burger or pasta with tomato sauce, and you’re prepared to lower your expectations to frozen food standards, you may find something with which to fill your stomach. But you could do better, especially when considering such unjustifiably high prices.
By Time Out staff | 01 Nov 2012
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