Restaurants in Dubai
Located at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Aquarium Restaurant is known for its flavorful menu of seafood dishes. The dining room has an elegant, yet inviting atmosphere complete with wood floors, plush seating, stylish chandeliers, and small votive candles on the tables.
The superb Italian food is served in a relaxed atmosphere and coupled with a notable wine selection.
Located inside the Al Qasr Hotel in the Madinat Jumeirah Resort, Al Hambra serves traditional Spanish fare, including tapas. The dining room reflects a blend of Arab and Spanish culture with an ornate domed ceiling, stained glass lanterns, and gossamer curtains.
Housed inside the Wafi shopping mall, Wafi Gourmet is part gourmet supermarket and part café. The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating and serves a Middle Eastern menu with a particular emphasis on Lebanese cuisine.
Nineteen, located at Dubai’s Montgomerie Hotel, overlooks the 18th hole of the hotel’s golf course and serves diners an inventive Asian and European fusion menu. The restaurant has an open kitchen and a dining room filled with black tables and red and white upholstered chairs.
Housed inside the Madinat Jumeirah, Zheng He’s blends traditional Chinese fare and cooking techniques with gourmet ingredients to create an innovative, yet authentic menu of Asian fare.
The cool, all-white décor of this little restaurant is a pristine showcase for the real star—a giant display of lobster, hammour (a Middle Eastern grouper), crab, scallops, and other seafood, prepared however you like.
The restaurant serves Lebanese cooking—and the best hummus in Dubai. During the colder (read: still insanely hot) months, it is possible to dine outdoors beneath the lit-up palms. The air is infused with scent.
By far the most popular gathering spot in the terminal, the Irish Village Pub, with its wood-paneled walls, high bar, moody lighting, and Guinness paraphernalia everywhere, is a little bit “Disney Ireland.” No matter; its fish-and-chips and sausages are renowned, and it is perpetually crowded (it
Owned by Siti Fatimah Osman, a transplant from Singapore, City Moon Café is a gathering spot for the Singaporean population in Dubai.
One of the restaurants at the Madinat Jumeirah, Pierchic is known as one of the most romantic dining destinations in the city.