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The malls are extraordinarily modern, filled with virtually any product available in the West (save sexually explicit material – movies are censored, as are magazines to some extent).
(Contrary to what is printed in some guidebooks, the souks in Abu Dhabi were torn down in 2006 and no longer exist.
The souks in Dubai are still wonderful to explore, though.) Alcohol is widely available at many restaurants and bars in Dubai and in the tourist hotels of every other emirate save Sharjah.
Supermarkets offer a vast assortment of products from Europe and the U.
S., depending on the shop, along with local and regional items.
As for food, no doubt it makes a foil tray look shameful.