Dubai is often described as ‘the best place to live in the world’, and when it comes to food, it does not disappoint. Between them, the restaurants featured here serve virtually every national cuisine from around the world and some of the most exotic food on earth. Dubai does not have its own Michelin Guide and instead imports chefs or restaurant chains that have previously been recognized elsewhere by this prestigious publication. Each restaurant featured here is much more than somewhere to eat; each is a destination on its own: with stunning décor, amazing views, and unforgettable culinary experiences.
Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara
Nathan Outlaw Al Mahara, Dubai is the first international property of a British chef to get an unforgettable experience. It occupies an enthralling location surrounded by 16,000 fish housed within a 25-meter high aquarium. Despite the sea life that surrounds you, this restaurant isn’t entirely underwater. Guests can enjoy dishes designed to emphasize the power of simplicity while the flavors of the finest ingredients speak for themselves. The property offers not only stunning views but also stunning drinks and live entertainment.
Eauzone is the name of both our bar and our restaurant. The atmosphere at Eauzone is casual during the day, reflecting the slow pace of life poolside at The Royal Mirage, and the lazy sea beyond. After sunset, however, this venue smartens up into a sleek, refined restaurant. And, when it’s time to party under the stars above the sparkling pool, Eauzone morphs again into a stylish bar with a glamorous striped poolside marquee deck. Our European-style menu and unique beachside setting add to the charm of dining here.
La Petite Maison
Seabass is a Mediterranean restaurant with a light and healthy touch. Located within the Dubai International Financial Centre, it offers fine cuisine with breathtaking views of Sheikh Zayed Road. Seabass’ vast menu has all your favorite traditional Mediterranean dishes plus the freshest of fresh pasta, local produce, sea bass, and seafood. La Petite Maison
The signature restaurant at the Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is a 60-minute drive from Dubai airport. The resort is hidden among sand dunes, giving the image of an isolated oasis perfect for a fine-dining experience under the stars. Fourteen live cooking stations provide authentic cuisine from the Middle East while guests enjoy live entertainment. The Emirati Heritage Museum is also located nearby for an extra dose of culture. Al Hadheerah
Zheng He’s restaurant serves up traditional Chinese fare in modern surroundings with Arabic influences. Located on the ‘dockside’ of Madinat Jumeirah, it has an atmosphere of ancient simplicity while retaining views of the Burj Al Arab and the Gulf beyond. The restaurant has a seating capacity of 150 and serves in the form of a buffet. Choose from an extensive array of seafood, meat & vegetables cooked in the authentic Chinese style and presented beautifully. The highlight is the carefully crafted preparation of Fortune Beggar Chicken which adds to Zheng He’s reputation for serving some of the best food in Dubai.
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