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Restaurants in Dubai - Dine in Style !

Dubai offers an exquisite range of restaurants that serves an excellent dining, and friendly services to satisfy both business and leisure travelers. Dubai Hotels offer a remarkably diverse range of food and beverage outlets, partly because they serve not only their own guests but also attract large numbers of local residents. Their restaurants cover everything from coffee shops to fine dining and specialty outlets and the standard of service is on a par with the best in the world. The nightlife is equally varied, with many bars, pubs, discos and nightclubs open until the small hours. Outside the hotels, small eating-places are to be found in all parts of the city including Deira, Bur Dubai, Satwa and Jumeirah. You are sure to find something to love.

Dubai Cuisine - Taste It !

The succulent taste of Dubai is as local as it is universal. You can taste a variety of cuisine ranging from Middle East Cuisine, Local dishes, and international flavors. All of these delightful options make Dubai a paradise for food lovers.

Middle East Cuisine

Dubai is an excellent place to sample all types of Gulf and Middle Eastern cuisine, including Iranian, Moroccan and Lebanese.

Arabian food makes up an important part of most buffet spreads. Specialities include:

  • Hoummus: A dip made from chickpeas and sesame seeds.
  • Tabbouleh: Chopped parsley, mint and crushed wheat.
  • Ghuzi: A whole roast lamb on a bed of rice mixed with nuts.
  • Wara enab: Vine leaves stuffed with rice.
  • Koussa mahshi: Stuffed courgettes.

Local dishes include:

  • Matchbous: Spiced lamb with rice.
  • Hareis: A rich delicacy of slow-cooked wheat and tender lamb.
  • Seafood served with specially seasoned rice. Naturally, dates are a feature of any Arabian meal.

Delicious regional desserts include:

  • Umm Ali: A type of bread pudding.
  • Esh Asaraya: A sweet kind of cheesecake with a cream topping.
  • Mehalabiya: A pudding sprinkled with rosewater and pistachios.

International Cuisine

Standards of international cuisine in Dubai are high and the choice is wide. You can taste delicious international cuisines in hotels ranging from French to Italian, Swiss to Mediterranean, and British to German. Asia is equally well represented with many fine Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Filipino and Korean restaurants.

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