Lots of new restaurants in Dubai have been opening up lately. From traditional to super chic, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by so many offers (at least we were!). So if your time (or wallet) is limited, what do you do?
If you’re a foodie, I guess this one will be hard to answer. That’s why we are here. We’ve compiled a small list of our must-go restaurants in Dubai. You’ll just need to choose what type of cuisine you want to try.
Our first contender is the place to go if you are looking for nice spot in the town. The Soho Garden combines the ‘chiqueness’ of an urban scene with the elegance of a secret garden.
Besides the restaurant, the area combines 4 stylish bars, nightlife experiences and pool lounging.
The menu is short but offers enough variety of choice, from salads to chicken to asian dishes. A meal standard price is AED 150.
Babel entered the Dubai scene by presenting a modern twist on the Lebanese cuisine. Coupled with a seafood balcony and a shisha bar, the restaurant has 2 floors and is marked by a stylish decoration.
The menu offers choices of fish, soup, salads, mezze and desserts. However, you shouldn’t come here expecting the classics lebanese dishes like tabbouleh. That is to say, they are in the menu but with an unconventional spin of flavors.
The restaurant is located in Jumeirah’s beachfront destination La Mer.
Still in our top 3 is Little Miss India. With a quircky new concept, here you’ll be able to experience more than indian food.
Mohini Singh (fictional character) will take diners through a journey, sharing her worldly travels, achievements and menu. You’ll feel like you are a guest at her very own home.
Focusing on regional flavors from India, this is an excellent choice for sharing dishes – an excellent alternative especially if you are in a large group.
The Queen’s Grill offers a simpler approach to the dining experience, by soaking up tradition. You can opt between two menus: a six-course tasting menu for Dhs375, or a vegetarian six course tasting menu for Dhs275.
While the prices aren’t inviting on a weekly basis, the great service and top quality dishes are definitely enough to deserve a visit.
While you think of pizza and your mind immediately goes to Italy, this restaurant decided to go for the unconventional Tokyo pizza. Surprised? So were we.
The restaurant’s atmosphere is inspired on Akihabara, Tokyo’s neon-filled electronics district. The concept and decor fits perfectly street art-covered hipster concept.
Besides pizza, the menu also covers salad, street food and other asian-style offers. It’s definitely worth a spot in our top 5 of new restaurants in Dubai