More by name, more by nature – anyone who leaves this place without a lunchbox of leftovers clearly hasn’t eaten for a week. The four branches (and counting) of this permanently packed institution prove you can be a culinary jack of all trades. The many-paged menu, which comes helpfully bolted to a square of hardboard, plucks dishes from right across the globe, each tackled with equal assurance, from nasi goreng and lasagne to Thai green curry and Wiener schnitzel. At weekends, the sociable central tables which feature in all branches come ready-strewn with newspapers, all the better to peruse over a pot of cafetière coffee that will please aficionados (eight different blends are offered). For the truly ravenous, the non-boozy brunch, with its constantly replenished silver platters will undoubtedly have you coming back for, erm, More. Further outposts to be found at Al Garhoud; Gold and Diamond Park; Sheikh Zayed Road.