Dubai restaurants overview
Dubai is a cosmopolitan city and that fact is most apparent in the selection of restaurants across the city. The melting pot of cultures allows for Dubai to have a wide range of restaurants featuring cuisine from every area of the world. Whether you are looking for traditional Asian cuisine or fusion flavors you will find whatever you are looking for in Dubai.
10 Popular restaurants in Dubai
Coya was the winner of Time Out Dubai’s Best Restaurant Award in 2016. The restaurant serves contemporary Peruvian cuisine. Highlight of the restaurant include the four-course tasting menu and Friday brunch. Coya is located at the Four Seasons Resort in Jumeirah.
Pai Thai is located at the Madinat Jumeirah Resort. Guests take an abra boat to the restaurant which faces the waterway of the Madinat Jumeirah. Pai Thai offers tantalizing Thai cuisine including traditional curries as well as modern Thai dishes. The restaurant has won multiple Time Out Dubai awards for best Thai cuisine.
Hakkasan dishes up contemporary Chinese cuisine. The restaurant is the winner of the 2016 Time Out Dubai’s Best Chinese Award. Every Friday Hakkasan features a Friday Brunch with a selection of dim sum and main course options. Hakkasan is located in the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.
Al Safadi Restaurant
Al Safadi has two restaurants in Dubai. One is located on Sheikh Zayed Road and the other is located on Al Rigga Road. The restaurant features Lebanese cuisine at reasonable prices and is popular with both tourists and locals. Al Safadi is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
If you are looking for a place to get steak, then look no further. This top-notch restaurant is located within the Ritz Carlton in Dubai. Center Cut specializes in U.S. and Australian cuts of beef including filet mignon. The restaurant also has a large selection of seafood and even offers surf and turf menus.
Zaroob is located on Sheikh Zayed Road and is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat. This levant street food inspired restaurant offers menu items such as hummus, shwarma and grilled halloumi. The restaurant also offers take out services.
QD’s a popular eatery due to its proximity to the Dubai Creek. The restaurant itself is located in the Dubai Creek and Yacht Club and offers amazing views of the creek. QD’s offers snacks, pizza and BBQ options as well as signature drinks.
Tomo offers a comprehensive menu of Japanese cuisine ranging from yakitori to tempura dishes. The restaurant features many different menu options featuring Wagyu Beef, fresh fish and imported ingredients. The restaurant is located with the Raffles Hotel in Dubai.
Hanoi Restaurant is located in Jumeirah Lake Towers cluster C. This hidden gem features authentic Vietnamese dishes including Summer Rolls and Pho soups.
Bu Qtair is located in Umm Suqeim near the Burj al Arab. The establishment is less of a restaurant and more of a food joint, featuring freshly caught fish of the day.