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Dubai's Best Attractions
Must-see places in Dubai
Dubai’s Best Restaurants
The greatest places to eat in the city this year
A Guide To The Top Rides and Attractions in Dubai
Thrills and spills
Hotels on the Palm Jumeirah draw in the crowds not just because of the one-of-its-kind location, but also for the culinary star power. The One&Only The Palm, Dubai has been offering three-Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno’s modern interpretations of the traditional cuisine in Stay restaurant since 2010. From the glamorous design to the impeccable plating, this is the place to enjoy a sophisticated dining experience.
Internationally revered yet down-to-earth Japanese food guru Nobu Matsuhisa opened Nobu Dubai at Atlantis, The Palm in 2008, sparking the trend of modern Japanese lounge concepts that are still going strong. With the restaurant approaching its 10th anniversary, the chef has perfected his artful mix of traditional-meets-modern cuisine, infusing it with Arabian influences to create a unique and memorable dining experience.
The enigmatic British chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay needs little introduction, with a career that boasts several Michelin stars, successful television shows and award-winning dining concepts. Ramsay’s casual dining favourite, Bread Street Kitchen, has found a memorable Dubai address at the iconic Atlantis, The Palm. The focus here is on classic British dishes made using the finest artisanal produce – and they also do a mean Friday brunch.
The Cornwall, UK-based Nathan Outlaw took over Al Mahara at Burj Al Arab in late 2016 to bring his signature seafood specialties to the city. While the luxurious Burj Al Arab is one of the city’s most opulent destinations, Outlaw promises diners a more “down-to-earth hospitality”, with a focus on fresh, premium produce. Indeed, many of his ingredients are flown in daily from Cornwall.
Among the many stars who have a Dubai connection, probably the deepest belongs to champion of British cuisine Gary Rhodes, OBE. Having opened his first local restaurant, Rhodes Mezzanine in Grosvenor House in 2007, he’s gone on to have a string of successes. Rhodes Mezzanine was relaunched as Rhodes W1 in 2014, and later joined by the popular gourmet steakhouse Rhodes Twenty10. The quintessentially British chef also has projects such as Vox ThEatre by Gary Rhodes at Vox cinemas (a gourmet movie experience) under his belt.
The acclaimed Galvin brothers have opened a brilliant restaurant in Dubai’s hip City Walk precinct. A fine dining favourite, Galvin Bistro is worthy of every special occasion with a Mediterranean-inspired menu that's enhanced by traditional French sensibilities and an emphasis on fine, fresh ingredients. Try the pulled lamb pastilla and crab lasagna.
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