Review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai

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review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

Frankie is Indian Burrito with all Indian curries stuffed wrapped with Indian bread. This restaurant not only specializes in the Indian style of Frankies but also serves delicious Indian street food with many twists and innovations. Not only lunch, snacks or dinner are served in Tibb’s Frankie, JLT restaurant but they have started with Indian breakfast too. Last weekend, I with my family was invited for lazy brunch at this place and therefore writing my review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai.

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

Let’s take an overview of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai – Review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai

Ms. Harleen a participant in the Masterchef Reality show and also a winner in many other Cooking events or shows has started up this small fast food joint in the heart of JLT, Dubai. As this restaurant is headed by the professional award-winning candidate for cooking shows, it always comes up with many innovative dishes with a fusion of many flavors and presentations. If you love Indian street food then this place is must try when you visit JLT, Dubai. Not only they serve food at their place, but they also do large scale catering, party orders, and home deliveries too.

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review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

A small cozy place with bright red colored furniture and walls is located near the main garden of JLT, Dubai. This restaurant has less dining arrangements but worth if you are looking for fast food, quick snack or breakfast.

WHAT I ORDERED at Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai – Review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai

We were welcomed by Harleen herself and one of the welcoming staff members and by Tibbs Frankie, JLT who took our order very patiently explaining all the details of the menu.


DAHI KE SHOLEY – Kebabs made out of hung yogurt/curd, Cottage cheese, and Indian spices. I loved the creamy texture inside the Kebabs. They melted in my mouth within a bite.

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

HARA BHARA BITES – Popular Hara Bhara (Green Leaves) Kebab presented very innovatively. I loved small bites of Kebab on Indian papadums with a small onion-ring and sauce on it. It makes a perfect finger food with all toppings.

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai



Thandai is a natural coolant drink of India made generally in springtime. Thandai is a healthy drink with all flavors of nuts, melon seeds, spices, milk, rose water and saffron.

Mumbai Ishtyle Nimbu Pani is Lemonade but with some added spices and Indian flavors.


METHI PURI ALOO – Puri or Indian deep-fried bread which is made up of flour and fenugreek leaves are served with special North Indian style Potato curry. This is a favorite breakfast or snack of India in all states. I loved the taste of Potato curry and crispiness of Puri (Indian bread).

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

CHOLE CANAPES – Chole Puri is a very popular dish in India, but if presented in finger food style then it becomes quite an interesting innovation. I loved Puri were given the role of canapes here and as a topping, they placed Indian style of Chole masala with chopped onions. So I can call this as an Indian canape with all authentic taste of Chole Puri.  A unique way of presenting Chole Puri and easy to eat also.

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

MASALA PAV – A deconstructed form of Pav Bhaji – famous street food of Mumbai. Instead of serving Bhaji separate from Pav, they served Pav which is coated with Bhaji. A very spicy and delicious dish.

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai


TROPICAL AMBROSIA – All tropical flavors with many toppings of cream and custard. I loved the flavors of tropical fruits in it.

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Food – 4 out of 5  (many varieties of food)

Service – 4 out of 5

Presentation – 5 out 5

Ambiance – It is too small like a fast food joint type.

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  • Indian style of breakfast available from 9:15 A.M. onward every day.
  • Various food with many innovations.
  • Presentation of food.
  • Welcoming and Courteous staff
  • Location is few meters away from the main garden or community garden of JLT.
  • Food prepared under the guidance of award-winning chef cum owner.

Review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers Dubai


  • Try something new which you had never before.
  • If you find this place small, then you can home deliver your favorite dishes. They are very good at big scale and small catering.
  • If you want to customize, something then let the owner or management know about your preferences as they try their best to match your taste and requirement.
  • Good for weekend brunch or breakfast.

RECOMMENDED FOR –  Breakfast, Snacks, Kitty party, Students and Office workers, Party catering, Home Delivery.


PRICE – AED 70 approximately for 2 people

GOOGLE MAP LOCATION – Click here to reach this location.

PHONE NO:– +971 4 55 79773 , +971 5 58 409258

Address – Basement, O2 Residence, Cluster O, Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai

Enjoy your weekend brunch, breakfast, party catering with Tibb’s Frankie which is located in the heart of Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai. The taste, customized meals, and many innovations will surely win your heart and satisfy your appetite too. I hope you loved reading review of Tibbs Frankie Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), Dubai.

Note – Though I was invited by Tibb’s Frankie for brunch, the views and opinions are my own and not influenced by anyone.


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  1. These looks incredibly delicious! My stomach is actually growling now, and I literally just ate an hour ago. It looks like they have a good selection of vegetarian options available too. To be honest, I’ve never tried Indian food, but I really want to give it a go, especially after seeing these. Very throughout review too. Thank you for sharing, Yukti!


  2. The food looks really delicious. Some are new to me like the Hara Bhara Bites and I would be keen to try. Love the food presentation. It just shows that this truly a masterpiece of a good chef. I miss the chole canapes of India and badly craving for one.

    Thank you for sharing this. Would love to visit should we get the chance to visit Dubai again.

  3. The food looks so yummy. Dubai has still not been visited by me and probably the yummy options would be another reason to go there at the earliest. I love frankies but the Indian food of Methi Puris and Masala Pav would be my first choice. Yummy food. Feeling hungry.

  4. Wait, you mean to tell me I’ve been roaming through life without the knowledge of the existence of Frankies?!!! Oh my gosh these looks delicious! I need to try these asap! I’ll have to put this place on my list for whenever I make it to Dubai. (which I’ve always wanted to visit!)

  5. I had no idea that an Indian Frankie was a Indian Burrito. I might have thought it was some kind of sausage since “franks” are slang for hot dog. Interesting to read that Tibbs was started by a Masterchef participant. But that means that the dishes have a twist to them. I did not recognize many of the Indian dishes served. But it looked like an amazing variety of food was available. Good tip about having the food at home.

    1. Yes Linda, as this restaurant is by Masterchef participant, many dishes are created by her and so you cannot recognise many Indian dishes as they are given some new forms.

  6. I’ve never heard of any of these foods or drinks before, but they sound so unique and interesting! The Thandai definitely piques my interest, as well as the tropical ambrosia! I’m glad you got a chance to try this fun and colorful spot.

  7. We have Tibbs Frankie here in India as well, and I sometimes get cravings to dig my teeth into a hot spicy frankie. The chatpata filling with crunchy onions takes it to another level. Reading on I was pleased to know about the new Tibbs Frrankie outlet and the yummy dishes it has to offer its diners. Would certainly love to try the hara bhara bites and dahi ke chole.

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