A Michelin guide to Dubai

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A Michelin guide to Dubai 20150803T021350 20180109T133329:636511016098293684 Restaurants

An attractive destination for Michelin-awarded chefs, Dubai is home to some of the best restaurants in the Middle East. While we don’t yet have our own Michelin guide, there are a number of culinary hotspots whose world-class food will leave you star-struck. Here are a few of our favourites. 

Dubai’s restaurants with stellar international credentials

Dine at the most luxury restaurants of Dubai

While Dubai's most impressive restaurants are yet to claim a spot in the world-renowned Michelin Guide - the last word in fine-dining – acclaimed chefs and celebrity cooks come from all over the world to set up restaurants here, and the scope of high-end dining on offer is enormous. Like most places, though, it pays to know where to go for the best meals in the city.

Social by Heinz Beck

Fine-casual dining is the aim of the game at Chef Beck’s restaurant, found at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah. The world-renowned chef – who was awarded three Michelin stars for his Rome restaurant, La Pergola – brings familiar flavours of Italy to Dubai, via dishes such as spaghetti with lobster and zucchini, and grilled tuna in Mediterranean perfumes with fennel and red onions. In keeping with Dubai’s Friday Brunch tradition, Social’s Signature Brunch is an all-out Mediterranean affair with antipasti, an oyster and carvery station, and an à la carte menu with pastas and miniature desserts.

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, Crescent Road

+971 4 818 2222

Rhodes W1

Celebrity UK chef Gary Rhodes has been a fixture in the Dubai dining market for so long that he's practically a local. His latest venture, launched last year, is an ode to British culinary classics, set inside a crisp white interior that is decidedly proper, with elements such as delicate wallpaper, lattice screens and fake grass all adding to the English vibe. The Welsh rarebit with smoked haddock creates an air of nostalgia with each bite, and is served with a simple salad.

Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina

+971 4 317 6000

Rhodes W1

Indego by Vineet in Dubai

In 2001, Vineet Bhatia became the first Indian chef to earn a Michelin star for his restaurants in London and later Geneva. He lends his name to this Dubai-based outfit inside slick Grosvenor House, where he’s crafted a contemporary menu consisting of Indian dishes with Western influences. The smoked seas starter is the only way to kick off the meal; it includes honey-basted tandoori salmon, fennel scallops and chutney hammour. Make sure you save room for the refreshing desserts, including the rose petal and vanilla bean smoothie.

Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina

+971 4 317 6000

Indego by Vineet in Dubai

La Petite Maison in Dubai

This Provence import and share-style dining concept has come a long way since it opened as a bistro in Nice 20 years ago, where it was awarded a Michelin star. La Petite Maison now has branches from London to Istanbul, with two more set to open in Abu Dhabi and Miami this year. The menu is seasonal, the service slick and they manage to turn the stuffy reputation of French cuisine on its head, with contemporary share plates of everything from green breams with foie gras to scallop carpaccio.

Gate Village No. 8, DIFC

+971 4 439 0505

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