The Far East meets the Middle-East at chef-proprietor Nobu Matsuhisa's eponymous restaurant at Atlantis The Palm. Nobu offers guests with an authentic Japanese fare blended together with Arabian flavors. Take your pick from sushi, sashimi, tempura, teriyaki and miso preparations. Sushi lovers can sit at the sushi counter and feast on these fish and rice delights. Those who would love to savor some Japanese drinks, can drink to their heart's content at the sake lounge.
This Parisian-themed restaurant-nightclub, housed within the Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, is the epitome of opulence and very exclusive. Don't be surprised if you bump into a few celebrities here, as this is where the who's who of Dubai congregates. The interiors are done up in deep hues, complemented by soft lighting. Watch the slow transition, as the mood shifts from classic jazz to funky house music. As soon as the clock strikes midnight, groove to the beats of Latin and tribal music. Featuring state-of-the-art acoustics and technological augments, that add that special touch to any even organized here, Club Boudoir Dubai warrants a visit.
Located within the One&Only Royal Mirage, Eauzone is a beautiful restaurant - perfect for most romantic dinners. The patio seating surrounded by water and the view of the sunset makes it an experience to cherish. The extensive menu consists of contemporary Asian and European delights, fusion surprises and super steak and seafood items. Do not miss the desserts! The efficient service only adds to the beauty of this place. Call ahead or visit the website for more information.
Indego, located in Grosvenor House, Dubai, is a fine Indian restaurant. The restaurant is decorated with masks, bronze statues and Indian antique shoes. As soon as you enter you are welcomed with hot crispy poppadam. Start your meal with spicy tandoori prawns followed by delectable rogan josh, prepared with tender lamb meat. For deserts the mango-rose ice cream is just perfect. The chef proprietor, Vineet Bhatia takes great efforts to prepare each dish excellently. Though it is one of Dubai's most expensive Indian restaurant, try chocolate and almond samosas and you will know that it is worth the money spent.
When it comes to local cuisine, you've got to try the Al-Fanar Restaurant & Cafe! Located on the ground level of the Dubai Festival City Mall, this eatery gives you a chance to have a casual dining experience full of ethnic aromas and traditional flavors. The restaurant's interiors are styled in a way that is bound to remind you of the Arab world - complete with camels, posed-mannequins and secluded huts. Don't forget to try the shorbat adas (lentil soup) for a starter or the saloona laham del tamor for your mains. Towards the end of your meal, a rose-water hand sanitizer is offered, and you will walk away with a satisfied tummy and a refreshed mind.
This charming boutique coffee roaster began supplying local Dubai businesses with their organically sourced coffee in 2007. Today Raw Coffee Company has expanded to become a popular coffee shop and equipment supplier. Their brew bar is espresso based, featuring amazing flavors and aromas concocted by experienced and well trained baristas. The knowledgeable and friendly staff can also assist you in the coffee buying process, offering samples and insider tips. Those interested in starting a career in the coffee business can take barista training classes. Lessons range from simple two hour sessions to a comprehensive five hour course.
Relish sumptuous cakes, pastries, bagels, breads and the like at Pronto's. This deli opens early and provides a quick breakfast. It is located inside the Fairmont Hotel in Dubai. During lunch one can ample a variety of sandwiches and light eats. The classic venue is a favorite destination for the locals to grab a bite of delicious food. Try the specialty coffee and you would also become a fan for life. The staff takes extra care to attend to the guests needs, thereby meeting their satisfaction.
One of many restaurants at the Grand Hyatt Dubai, Wox offers you the chance to grab a quick bite of delicious South East Asian cuisine. The menu is short and sweet, so even the most indecisive among us will be able to order quickly! After starting with Vietnamese beef noodles, you can feast on wok-fried eggplant with soybeans, which can be followed by confections like sago and banana in coconut milk.