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(CNN) — Dubai is known worldwide as a hub of indulgence and ambitious innovation, and the restaurant scene is no different. Where to eat in Dubai The hottest new tables for 2022 new store opening The seemingly incessant diners have confirmed that this place is one of the best places to eat out.
Whether you’re looking for hip fast food straight from California or the world’s most expensive restaurant experience. Tours from Ibiza offer a wide variety of options at all price points.
Even if there are new stores open Dozens to choose from every month. But here are 11 new locations that are worth checking out.
Dave’s Hot Chicken
With financial backers including celebrity fans Drake and Samuel L. Jackson, Dave’s Hot Chicken has grown exponentially since opening parking in East Hollywood five years ago.
This latest launch took place at The Walk in the Jumeirah Beach Residence, with long lines attesting to the poultry raffle. The chicken is flavored with signature spices from No Spice to The Reaper, which is definitely not for the faint-of-heart. And you must sign the disclaimer.
Taste and technique are everything, and Chef Dave Kopushyan presents an impressive resume. He has trained at Thomas Keller’s famous French Laundry restaurant, which has received the highest three Michelin stars since 2007.
In addition to the chicken and sliders, Dave’s Hot Chicken’s fries, mac and cheese, and kale slaw will make sure no one goes hungry.
Sara Aqel was born and raised in Jordan into a Palestinian family where food is everything. After graduating from cooking school She works in kitchens that are famous all over the world.
He took over as Fi’lia’s global head chef at the age of 26, serving in Miami, the Bahamas, Paris and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Now she proudly presents the Middle East’s first restaurant with an all-female management team.
After working with celebrity chef Massimo Bottura, the food at the 70th floor of SLS Dubai is Italian with a Mediterranean influence. Inspired by recipes passed down from generations of women, even the wine list is actually from 100% female producers.
Look for sea bass with feta and herbs. Flawless pasta and decadent desserts. While the service team is known to be one of the warmest shops in town.
Ginger Moon, W Dubai – Mina Seyahi
The newly opened W Dubai – Mina Seyahi is located on Barasti Beach and looks out over chic yachts in the harbor and the bay beyond. With its expansive terraces and infinity pools, it attracts a crowd eager to find the perfect Instagram shot while relaxing in cabanas to DJ sets.
Among the appetizers on the eclectic and international menu There is a marinated red snapper ceviche or hamachi on the side. Beef tartare or creamy burrata with smoked peaches for the main task Seafood will attract fragrant mussels. Crispy Sea Bass with Tamarind or Deep Fried Squid with Sweet Chili Sauce
L’Olivo at Al Mahara, Burj Al Arab
Capri’s L’Olivio is in an expanded pop-up at Al Mahara in Burj Al Arab.
Although Al Mahara has been a fixture in Dubai’s legendary Burj Al Arab for many years, it recently received a pop-up from Michelin-starred chef Andrea Migliaccio of L’Olivo.
Two Lin sites at Capri Palace Jumeirah, southern Italy. This is Dubai and the Burj Building. The location of Al Mahara is unusual. As diners are served in the middle of a large coral reef aquarium.
Whether choosing a tasting menu or eating a la carte Dishes also come straight from Capri, including tagliolini al limone, a small homemade pasta with lemon aroma, oyster leaves, topped with burrata cheese and a spoonful of sweet shrimp.
Goldfish topped with a classic Sicilian caponata sauce. which is known for the balance of sweet and sour taste. The apricot and meringue sorbet wraps up the five courses with yet another celebration of the best ingredients from Italy.
Demon Duck by Alvin Leung, Caesars Palace Dubai
Chef Alvin Leung’s Deviled Duck is the newest addition to Caesars Palace Dubai, you’ve come to the right place. Because the walls are adorned with strange duck pictures from photographer Mark Chung, while there is no prize for guessing the star of the menu.
Liang’s Slow Roasted Peking Duck is a signature dish that deserves its name. With a long process, including boiling, blanching, curing and slow cooking. before being quickly cooked at high temperatures All this guarantees crispy skin and juicy meat.
He is served on light bread with aromatic calamansi, a kind of citrus fruit, followed by “devil’s sauce,” but discerning eaters can opt for pancakes, onions, cucumbers and traditional hoisin sauce.
Orfali Bros Receives Michelin Bib Gourmand Award for Great Value Food
Three Syrian brothers, Mohammad Wassim and Omar Orfali, have created one of the hottest culinary tickets in town with this stylish bistro celebrating their world-class culinary experience.
he The open kitchen allows diners to see Mohammad while working on food, such as Guess What? It combines lacto-fermented tomatoes with cucumber, herbs, sour dough and feta, or Come with Me to Aleppo kebab with sour cherries, pine nuts and cinnamon.
Two Asian restaurants meet in Maya Bay. The restaurant first opened in Monaco in 2005 and now has arrived at Dubai’s Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel.
By combining Thai and Japanese food together. This translates into a diverse menu featuring everything from sushi and sashimi to curry and salads, Japanese mochi to Thai pandan cakes.
Shane Macneill, British head chef from abroad, and his team also serve up classic and innovative dishes, with some restaurants offering more options such as the signature Uramaki Sushi Roll with Wagyu and Caviar.
Including black cod in a sweet miso sauce cooked over charcoal. or their favorite pad thai. in front of the drink The cocktails have a tropical vibe. while sake and tea are other pairing options.
Inti, The Dubai EDITION
Inti serves Peruvian-Japanese Nikkei food near the Burj Khalifa.
Inti was named after the word sun in Quechua, a language spoken by the Incas that is still used in Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia today.
Started with tempura style cooked with eggplant. Gyoza with black cod Or maybe it’s a wide selection of ceviche and salads. In addition to steaks and seafood grilled in a Josper oven, anticucho skewers are also popular, such as marinated chicken, jumbo shrimp, or corn.
Sublimotion Mandarin Oriental Dubai
It may only be a six-month residence ending in May 2023, but the pop-up, multi-dining Sublimotion, often based in Ibiza, is the 12-seat dinner everyone wants to book.
Anyone with serious pocket money Because this place is reputed to be the most expensive restaurant in the world. Dinner has an unbelievable 5,000 Dirhams ($1,361) per person. but wait Includes unlimited premium drinks.
There are 20-course interactive tasting menus from a true culinary theater. Projected images and music combine to ensure that diners should only expect the unexpected. Because the restaurant will change into different scenes. including oceans and forests While VR headsets are also taking dining in unexpected new directions.
TABŪ in the center of St. Regis
Unexpected and surreal theatrical entertainment is one of the menu features at TABŪ on the 23rd floor of The St. Regis Downtown. Human “wolf” sumo wrestlers, magicians, and geishas appear all night long onstage. various Familiarize yourself with the foodies and the sound of local DJs.
As for food, TABŪ’s head chef, Roberto Segura, oversees the Japanese-Peruvian menu. This includes sushi and ceviche, salads and ishiyaki stone bowls. as well as a wide variety of steaks.
Tuna tartare in a sesame base or sea urchin with caviar are small dishes. Before starting the main course, such as the claypot of Chilean sea bass. Giant Crab Legs with Yuzu or braised beef short ribs They also emphasize their vegan-friendly credentials, including in their desserts.
Finally arrived at Avatara. A gourmet vegetarian experience that celebrates the diverse cuisines of North East India, Chef Rahul Rana hails from Rishikesh in the Himalayan foothills. and serves dishes that reflect his background and experiences. At the same time trying to change views on vegetarian food.
Steamed dumplings known as momo are stuffed with jackfruit, giving it a texture similar to shredded pork, followed by tukpa, a lemongrass-flavored noodle soup. Another dish traditionally served during the festival is breaded lentils served with marinated carrots. Coconut kheer – a type of onion pudding – is a light way to end a healthy tasting menu.