When you arrive at Outlet mall, a sign welcomes you saying: Drive a little, save a lot but I would say: Drive a lot, save a little! The mall is really out of town, on the road to al Ain and you will have to drive through heat (in May), sand, fast and confusing highways to get there. If you miss the turn to get to the mall, indicated by a small sign almost after the turn, it will be impossible to come back, unless you drive another half an hour, so slow dow when you see the big sign first. Is it really worth it? If you are in Dubai for a short visit, don't bother, in my opinion, you will not find a bargain good enough to be worth the trip and the mall has no special attractions. It is on two floors, with two long corridors and shops on both sides. You will find many brands for gents and ladies, clothes, shoes, bags, luggages, furniture (The One) and garden furniture (which I found expensive). There are luxury brands, like Burberry Outlet (expensive) and Etoile but I was not very impressed, it stays very expensive. In the mall there is a food court, that we didn't try and some cafes around like the French Bakery, Tim Hortons on the ground floor and, on the first floor, El Mondo cafe where we stopped and had a delicious limonade. Maybe the best bargain are to be found in the Sport shops like Adidas, Nike, Puma but I didn't look in details. We went back to the car,burning hot in the sun because there is no shade in the car park, a little disappointed and without too many bags!
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