Dubai’s top restaurants: Really hard to miss what’s inside them
Planning a dinner programme with your loved one is one of the real delights in the city of Dubai. But choosing a perfect restaurant is the biggest task. You always think of your taste, your favourites, and most importantly – the budget. You also need to choose a perfect time as if you go to one of Dubai’s restaurants before 8 pm, you will be sitting only with other tourists. But if you make it around 9 pm or later, you will be sitting with locals.
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It’s really hard to spot the differences between Arabian and Moroccan stuff. And this Moroccan restaurant reminds you of those Arabian Nights experiences. You get huge choices among the Moroccan cuisine. The friendly waiters serve you with a lovely smile and start clapping and drumming along with the lively Moroccan Band.
The restaurant may not be the famous one for its interiors or design but the delectable meat dishes are famous amongst every Dubai local. Not only the food, it is famous for the Arab Night out as the restaurant starts from 10 pm onwards and offers the shows of live Arabic band, and performances of Belly dancers.
The Noodle House eatery has become popular in middle-east exactly like Wagamama. Tasty South-East Asian Food, premium affordable wines, Asian Beers has become one of Dubai’s most popular. Now, noodle-house is Dubai’s most popular, quick and informal restaurants.
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Mythos Kouzina & Grill
If you want to see some authentic Greek food on your dinner or lunch table, visit Mythos Kouzina & Grill. The dishes seem simple and appetizing are the perfect compilation of traditional Greek recipes. As you gorge on the dishes you order, you’ll find it absolutely fresh and you need to believe that all the ingredients are hand-picked.
Arabian Tea House
Far from the hustle and bustle of Modern Dubai, Arabian Tea House has changed the name from the Basta Art Café. Located in old-wind tower building in Dubai’s Persian quarter, Arabian Tea House offers Arabian breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and freshly squeezed juices. Mint and lime juice, which is a special offering from this restaurant, is a favourite of locals.
STAY by Yannick Alléno
If you have planned to go city’s best restaurant and you are not out of your budget, STAY by Yannick Alleno is worth visiting. A renowned restaurant in Dubai is opened by the chef & owner of three-Michelin star restaurants in Paris and the French Alps. And the chef is often in town, so check the websites for the dates of his arrival in the city.
So book your table after booking your Dubai Packages 4 Nights 5 Days. The mouth-water food is waiting inside the world-famous restaurants in Dubai.