You don’t need to travel round the world to immerse yourself in another culture. Let the food take your taste buds on a journey of discovery with our edit of the best restaurants in Dubai.
Bouchon Bakery, The Beach JBR.
Already loved in New York City, Beverly Hills, and beyond, seven-Michelin starred chef Thomas Keller puts his own spin on a traditional French boulangerie, serving artisanal breads and desserts inspired by his childhood in France. Tres delicious.
Sean Connolly At Dubai Opera, Downtown.
British-born chef Sean Connolly chose the Dubai Opera to deliver his stylish brasserie in Dubai has become the spot for fresh oysters and the perfect pre-theatre meal.
Il Borro, Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel.
When you ask an Italian for a good Italian restaurant and most of them suggest Il Borro , you know you’re in for a treat. Fresh ingredients from Tuscany make up the menu that focuses on simple dishes full of flavour.
Parlour Boutique, One Central Building, DWTC.
This French bistro has been enjoying some Instagram fame and it’s easy to see why. With the food that tastes as good as it looks, we expect this hidden gem to start coming up on conversation more often. Enjoy the chic interior while trying their hazelnut-chocolate croissants or aromatic escargots.
Toro + Ko, City Walk.
Modern interior and one of the best paella’s in town, Toro + Ko is fast becoming a popular Spanish eatery in the buzzing City Walk. The cool urban atmosphere plays a perfect backdrop to sampling dishes bursting with rich flavors of paprika, garlic, and other savory goodness.