We try out Signature by Sanjeev Kapoor’s molecular gastronomy menu, as well as some of their classics
With its plastic palm trees, flickering neon signs and eccentric upholstery, you could be in this JLT eatery’s namesake city.
The Olive Garden isn’t ashamed to be generous with its helpings and that’s probably why it has 800 branches around the world, coming to Dubai in 2014.
A taste of Tokyo at a family-friendly Japanese noodle bar
Pining for your holiday haunts? Sad globetrotter, you need a trip to the Pantry Café, stat..
Funky industrial décor, ‘edgy’ street art – Tribeca channels its namesake trendy NYC neighbourhood in its latest restaurant offering.
Perhaps you wouldn’t expect to find a high-class Indian restaurant in a shopping mall. You’d be wrong.
Fumé in vertical eatery Pier 7 prides itself on uncomplicated and hearty servings in a relaxed and homely environment, looking out over Dubai Marina.
Spanish food hasn’t stamped its flamenco-clad heel on the Dubai food scene like other world cuisines
“Finding a decent Chinese restaurant” is a common quest among hungry friends. We don’t mean traditional Chinese of course, so intrepid and exotic to the Western palate. We mean European Chinese, the half rice, half chips reinterpretation of a continent’s cuisine.
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