Dubai has rightly earned itself an international reputation for its exotic foods. Many restaurants enlist Michelin-starred chefs from around the world to produce eye-catching and mouth-watering dishes.
With so many glamorous dining establishments to choose from in Dubai, it’s hard to select the best. Here are 4 top Dubai restaurants offering unforgettable dining experiences.
La Petite Maison
This Provenҫal French restaurant is rated one of the top 100 restaurants in the world by San Pellegrino. Using local produce, combined with seafood, prime meats, and pasta, they serve some of the very best Mediterranean haute cuisine in the locality. The decor is rustic and classy, with a European feel. La Petite Maison is particularly famous for its salt-baked sea bass.
With its stylish Arabian decor, Qbara is the ideal choice if you’re looking for extravagant Middle Eastern cuisine. Take your time eating from the large dishes brought to your table, and enjoy the light show projected onto the walls.
Zuma is also listed in San Pellegrino’s top 100 in the world. It is arguably Dubai’s most famous restaurant. Located in the Dubai International Financial Center, Zuma serves Japanese cuisine.
Following the Izakaya style of dining, the dishes are served to share. They include the most sumptuous sashimi, sushi, and grills you’ll ever experience. With its excellent service, it’s no wonder that this restaurant is always extremely popular.
Pierchic is aptly named. It’s a high-end restaurant with a chic dress code, located at the end of the Al Qasr hotel pier. Its setting affords diners unfettered views across the Arabian Gulf. At night, the pier lights up, adding to the romantic ambiance. The restaurant’s timber walls can give diners the feeling of being adrift at sea.
The fresh seafood dishes, sustainably sourced, can be served al fresco, allowing diners to enjoy the warm climate.
There is no shortage of luxury restaurants where you can enjoy high-end cuisine, breathtaking views, and amazing decor. If you enjoy fine dining, you cannot go wrong in Dubai.