Dubai is an exciting, modern and exotic tourist Mecca, famous for fantastical skyscrapers rising out of the desert, custom built artificial beaches and high culture. A visit to Dubai can be booked through travel agents like Travelup and is dominated by sightseeing, shopping and relaxing in any of the cities grandiose giant hotels, fitting with this theme of opulence are the city’s many high class restaurants. Information on all of Dubai’s attractions and travel details can be found on Travelup Reviews, a practical encyclopaedia of tourism produced by Travelup to make sure their customers make the most out of their vacations. A holiday to Dubai can’t be considered complete without at least one night out to sample the produce of some of Dubai’s fanciest restaurants.From local cuisine to foods from all around the world, Dubai’s restaurants cater for all comers. Whatever your particular taste, maybe you can certainly find something to suit your needs in one of these fantastically lavish restaurants;
- Al Hadheerah
If you’re after a taste of traditional Arabia, then Al Hadheerah is your place. Set out of town in the dunes, Al Hadheerah is a classic Arabic white sandstone building, where traditional Arabic cuisine is served outdoors in the pleasant desert evening.
Modern Dubai has come a long way from its ancient traditions and nowhere is this better reflected than the Eauzone restaurant. Serving modern Asian dishes, Eauzone is slick, refined, modern and delicious.
If what you want Dubai fresh food then Pierchic is a seafood restraint built on a pier where you can enjoy fish so fresh, it could have been swimming under the restaurant itself the day before. Pierchic serves European inspired seafood meaning you can sample local produce whilst still enjoying recognisable European dishes.
- Majlis al Bahar
For setting, nowhere beats Majlis al Bahar. Situated on the private beach of the magnificent Burj al Arab, dining at Majlis al Bahar is an unforgettable experience.
Or, if all this opulence isn’t quite your bag, then why not take a walk up the Al Diyafah Road, where more down to earth establishments sell their local wares from tiny cafes, that spill out onto the street. Far removed from the formality of Dubai’s most posh restaurants, the Al Dhiyafah Road is a real slice of local culture.