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Discover the best new hotspots on Palm Jumeirah

Mon, March 25, 2024

There's always something different to try at the iconic Palm Jumeirah – here are some of our favourite new openings.

There's always something different to try at the iconic Palm Jumeirah – here are some of our favourite new openings.

Maison de le Plage

Maison de la Plage

Located on the pristine sands of Palm West Beach, Palm Jumeirah, Maison de la Plage offers a slice of the French Riviera's elegance, thanks to the culinary expertise of chef Izu Ani and restauranteur Evgeny Kuzin. This beachside spot combines sophisticated design with a focus on the freshest market ingredients, providing a relaxed yet engaging dining ambience. At the core of the restaurant is Le Marché, where chef Izu’s commitment to quality is evident. The menu, inspired by his experiences in French markets, features dishes like carpaccio de boeuf, lobster linguine and grilled octopus, each emphasising freshness and flavour to bring the essence of French cuisine to the fore.


Spanish restaurant Palm Jumeirah

Under the helm of renowned chef Dani García, comes Spanish restaurant Leña. Described as offering ‘classic charcoal-grilled cuisine’, the concept uses open flames and vibrant Andalusian flavours to deliver fine, smoke-infused dishes. Leña can be found in The St. Regis Gardens and offers both indoor and alfresco seating. The outdoor terrace offers views of Palm Jumeirah while inside, expect a beautifully decorated space with an artistic ceiling design and atmospheric lighting.


Experience Greek-Mediterranean delights while overlooking panoramic vistas of the Arabian Gulf at Ilios Dubai. This contemporary restaurant on the rooftop of the Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah promises to take diners on a culinary journey of the Mediterranean. From the food to service, as well as live music to traditional Greek celebrations like plate smashing, every moment at Ilios is an immersion into Greek culture.

Smoki Moto

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For an elevated Korean barbecue experience, Smoki Moto on Palm Jumeirah is a wise choice. Found on the popular Palm West Beach, this Seoul-inspired venue serves up premium steaks on state-of-the-art on-table charcoal grills. Smoki Moto is split into different sections, including a butcher shop, lounge, Korean pancake station and the main table grill area. The space also features an expansive terrace, ideal for watching the sunset while the resident DJ spins nu-disco, groove and soulful house music.


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Sitting pretty in W Dubai – The Palm is a fun and funky beach club that doesn’t hold back on art, music or its menu. With an expansive deck that features views of the Arabian Gulf, BCH:CLB is an ideal spot to kick back and soak up the sun. With a vivid design and eye-catching interiors, BCH:CLB is a place to see and be seen. A DJ booth takes centre stage to provide the soundtrack for an atmospheric experience. Live entertainment is on-hand to elevate the vibe from day to night.


limonata italian restaurant sign palm jumeirah dubai

Limonata, a beachfront gem by the team behind February30, brings a slice of 1960s Italian Riviera to Dubai’s Club Vista Mare, on Palm Jumeirah. It marries the era's vibrant charm with modern sophistication, with interiors bathed in sunny hues. Limonata evokes the spirit of Italy’s coastal allure, offering not just dining but a full beach experience with loungers to soak up the Dubai sun. With a large outdoor terrace from which to dine amongst the sea breeze, this venue joins the ranks as one of the best alfresco restaurants in the city.

Cloud 22

Cloud 22 at Atlantis The Royal

Located in the iconic Atlantis The Royal, Cloud 22 promises exclusivity and indulgence, unlike anything you have experienced before. The rooftop pool destination frequented by VIPs and A-listers from around the world offers an array of experiences and facilities to suit every kind of guest. Come here for unmatched views of the Arabian Gulf and Palm Jumeirah, which you can take in lounging in one of the duplex cabanas or the submerged sunbeds in the 90-foot infinity pool. There's nothing more relaxing than soaking up some sun, with delicious French-Mediterranean favourites on the side.

The 305

the 305 beach club palm jumeirah dubai

Located at The Club, Palm West Beach, the 305 is the newest Miami and Palm Springs-inspired beach club to hit the city. The venue offers a poolside restaurant and lounge, complete with beachfront views and sun loungers and cabanas for relaxed days by the private pool. This day-to-night venue offers a laid-back space to enjoy the sounds of a resident DJ as you soak up the beaming sunshine. Guests can recline by the pool or seek solitude in elegant cabanas, all while sipping on delicious beverages by the sea.

Signor Sassi

signor sassi pasta dish italian restaurant

Signor Sassi is a chic Italian restaurant found in St. Regis Gardens, Palm Jumeirah. Originating in London in 1984, the venue aims to define its experience with 'Sassi style’, a blend of tradition and modern innovation. The interior, inspired by Lake Como's villas, showcases intricate Italian detailing, hand-painted vases and an open layout with atmospheric greenery, and a lush olive tree flown in from Puglia for a special touch. Indulge in scrumptious Italian delights for lunch or dinner, and don't miss the Il Giardino di Sassi, the beautiful garden terrace. 

Chez Wam

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Experience the buzz of Dubai's newest culinary hotspot, Chez Wam, nestled in St. Regis Gardens. Led by acclaimed chef Hadrien Villedieu, who was mentored by culinary legends such as Alain Passard and Joel Robuchon, this restaurant is a brainchild of the team behind popular Dubai venues Kyma, Twiggy and Tagomago. Chez Wam takes inspiration from the French term 'chez moi', translating to ‘at mine’. And while it doesn’t identify as a French restaurant, it does present a fusion of French cuisine with global influences, prepared by a French chef.


okku carpaccio fish sushi japanese

OKKU is a Japanese restaurant and lounge found in Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah. The chic and stylish venue showcases contemporary Japanese cuisine with an international twist. Dishes are sent out from a 20-metre sushi station and robata grill, where skilled chefs put on an impressive show.

While the menu features many classic and contemporary dishes, it’s the sourcing of high-quality ingredients, including fresh fish and super high-grade wagyu beef imported from Japan, that truly elevates the dining experience. Highlights on the menu include the signature starter of spicy tuna crispy rice and OKKU’s take on the famous black cod.


Named after a paradise island off the coast of Ibiza, Tagomago is a beach club and restaurant that brings the same bohemian charm and western Mediterranean flavours to Palm Jumeirah. The family-friendly establishment sits on the east edge of Dubai’s famed archipelago, taking over the circular two-storey structure that previously housed Italian restaurant Il Faro in a brand new aesthetic. Contrasting bold palettes of orange, red and pink against beige, wood-brown textures and lush greens, the venue is at once stunning and welcoming. Up to 120 sunbeds line the private beach, and guests can also enjoy its seaside lounges, terrace dining area and pretty pergola paths.
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