As we enter 2022 we round up some of the most exciting dining destinations to open their doors in Dubai.
One of London’s most popular fusion restaurants has opened its doors in Dubai. Set in an impressive location on the 51st floor of Palm Tower, this Japanese/Brazilian restaurant has a vibrant atmosphere and panoramic views across the city. Serving up dishes that combine these two delicious cuisines, both the menu and the setting a completely unique. Don’t forget to book early as this super-popular destination is in demand!
Located at Business Bay’s trendy ME Dubai DESEO is packed full of traditional Latin American dishes designed by Executive Chef James Knight Pacheco Complete with an outside terrace overlooking the area this chic location is perfect for after-work dinners or a catch up with the girls.
Located at Address Hotel, Fountain Views this new super-chic French restaurant offers a delicious array of classic yet reimagined French cuisine in an elegant setting. Menu highlights include classic Soupe à l’Oignon, Camembert au Four and Filet de Loup de Mer au Pistou. While the inside is elegant the outside terrace offers impressive views of the Burj Khalifa, so it’s a perfect destination for taking guests.
Caviar Kaspia opened its doors in DIFC a few years ago and it’s already become one of the must-visit locations in the city. Inspired by its Parisian sister restaurant which has dozens of celebrities and VIPs eat at its tables, this delicious French destination is so much more than the caviar the name suggests. Combining Russian and French luxe décor the interiors are a home away from home, while the comforting menu includes a wide selection of caviar and non-caviar based dishes.
Piatti by the Beach
Located on the beach at Raffles the Palm, this new laidback dining destination is perfect for afternoon cocktails or lunch by the beach. Serving up Mediterranean inspired dishes you’ll feel like you’re on a European escape. Don’t forget to head to the dedicated dessert room which houses a huge selection of cakes, tarts and much more.