Dubai Travel : Best Restaurants

If you love to munch on mouth watering foods from around the world in one place, you need to visit the city of Dubai in the UAE. With so many posh restaurants, road side cafes and quality eateries scattered across the city, you can find almost every kind of cuisine here.

There are so many wonderful places to eat that your craving for good food will definitely be satisified in this star studded city.

If you are visiting Dubai and want to know about the best places to eat in the city, here’s a list to help you out. These restaurants are touted to be the best eateries in all of Dubai and have a steady stream of loyal and new customers.

Antique Bazaar: Located on the ground floor of the Sheraton Hotel, the Anique Bazaar is a very popular restaurant that specialises in traditional Indian cuisine.

The dishes have the correct blend of spices, curries and flavors that can be found in Indian foods and the dedicated chefs make it a point to highlight the country’s delectable cuisine. The restaurant is almost always filled to capacity and prior reservations are required.

Al Qasr Restaurant: Dedicated to serving mouth watering Middle Eastern food, the Al Qasr Restaurant is located on the ground floor of the Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa which happens to be one of the most popular resorts in the city. In addition to feasting on delicious foods, you can enjoy the on site live music entertainment shows.

Al Muntaha: Recently opened, the Burj Al Arab Hotel needs to be seen to be believed. And located at the top of the Burj Al Arab Hotel is the Al Muntaha Restaurant that is situated at a staggering height of 200 meters above the Arabian Gulf.

The restaurant has massive floor to ceiling windows that are slanted in order to offer better views of the surroundings. The restaurant serves traditional Mediterranean dishes in addition to offering live music entertainment 6 days of the week.

Hatam Restaurant: Deemed to be popular throughout Dubai for its kebabs, the Hatam Restaurant also serves a variety of other foods. The restaurant is a low key eatery and offers a casual and laid back atmosphere in contrast to many other restaurants in the city which require you to be dressed formally. The restaurant sits along side a creek near the renowned Riveria Hotel.

The Californian Restaurant: Located in the Dusit Dubai Hotel, the Californian Restaurant is a popular eatery that serves quality Asian and American foods. The restaurant is a hit with vegetarians though it serves several non vegetarian dishes as well.

Blue Elephant: The Blue Elephant Restaurant is considered as one of the finest Thai restaurants in all of Dubai. With wonderful interiors that include exotic flower gardens, stained wood accents and artificial waterfalls, the restaurant gives its diners the feeling of dining in some kind of exotic garden.

Da Gama Restaurant: A restaurant that is very European in its look, food and service, the Da Gama Restaurant has been designed like a Portugese farmhouse and is brightly colored in sharp contrast to the otherwise somber surroundings.

Most if not all of the restaurant’s primary ingredients are imported directly from Europe and the dishes prove the same fact. In addition to the ground floor dining area, a bar located upstairs helps guests unwind while they wait for their table.

Verre: One of the most reputed high quality restaurants in Dubai happens to be the Verre Restaurant which is run by multi-starred Michelin chef Gordon Ramsey.

The interiors have been designed to provide more focus on the foods which are cooked to perfection and served in very creative styles with tasty morsels of food being served in between the main courses.

Biella Caffe Pizzeria: No guesses as to what this restaurant specialises in. Located inside the massive Wafi City Mall, the Biella Caffe Pizzeria serves delicious pizzas at really great prices.

The place is thronged by locals and tourists alike at all times of the day. An added advantage is the location of the eatery which enables people to enjoy some shopping as well.

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