On this week’s edition of Cheap Eats on Dubai92, Arva showed us where to find delicious Camel Milk Chocolate made with high-quality ingredients in Dubai.
What’s This Week’s Cheap Eat?
Every week our founder Arva Ahmed goes on air on one of our favorite local radio stations, Dubai92, to share the best food in Dubai or the neighboring Emirates that’s also incredibly cheap!
This week, she introduced us to Al Nassma Camel Milk Chocolate Shop in Dubai. You will fall in love with their gourmet chocolates once you try their free samples! They have luscious dark and milk chocolates made out of camel milk as well as camel milk bars studded with almonds, hazelnuts and pistachios. They also make dates enrobed in camel milk chocolate and stuffed with nuts. These make for a fantastic souvenir from Dubai and a unique gift for that chocolate lover in your life.
When their chocolate melts in your mouth, you instantly realize the difference between chocolates made with premium ingredients and mass-market chocolates. One of our favourites is their white chocolate bar with pistachios. This slightly salty-sweet 35 dirham bar is known to convert even white chocolate haters!
Camel milk chocolate is a must-try for chocolate lovers. You can find it right here!
Tune in to the segment on Dubai92’s Instagram account or check out the transcript below.
So this week on cheap eats, we are gonna get obnoxiously cheap, and we’re gonna go with the free samples at the Al Nassma Camel Milk Chocolate Shop that is tucked away in an alley of the Gold Souk. If you’re not looking for it, you will probably miss it! But there’s two reasons why you want to go there,
First is you can waltz right in and just taste your way through all of their gourmet chocolate, their milk chocolate, their dark chocolate, camel milk chocolate covered dates studded with pistachios and almonds. Just so delicious and so much better than the mass-market stuff. Just look at the ingredient list! I mean, you can make out their high-quality ingredients, not a whole bunch of fillers that you typically tend to see in your mass market bars.
But, the other reason you want to go there is they are the only ones in the Gold Souk who actually have a hygienic restroom! So that is a pro tip for when you take visitors there.
Definitely, the place you want to visit during the festive season. I think camel milk chocolate makes for such a delicious gift for that chocolate lover in your life because it has this, a little bit of a salty kick. It’s just super interesting and unique! And their white chocolate bar is such good value for money. It’s white chocolate studded with pistachios, only 35 dirhams plus VAT, which I think is a steal for a gourmet chocolate like that. And it has converted even white chocolate haters like myself. I think it makes for the perfect addition to any festive dessert table.
So Al Nassma Camel Milk Chocolate in the Gold Souk.