by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Photo courtesy of 101 Dining Lounge & Bar
Dining in Dubai is dangerously delicious in every way. If the killer views don’t get us first, the Caspian royal beluga might just finish us off.
101 Dining Lounge and Bar
A one-of-a-kind romantic evening.
A fantastic restaurant with authentic Lebanese cuisine.
Currently holding the world record for highest restaurant.
Chef Vineet Bhatia delivers modern Indian cuisine.
La Petite Maison
The Nicoise cuisine includes fresh pastas and rich seafood.
Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire
Award-winning restaurant known for modernist cuisine.
Order a la carte or from the chef's tasting menu.
Situated on the lake, its name means "magic at the water."
Authentic South American cuisine with modern technique.
The Izakaya restaurant has a harmonious mix of elements.
"Dubai reflects the third millennium that has just started, and will continue by proposing new expressions that can change the habits of the world." —Roberto Cavalli
FEATURED // Burj Al Arab
FEATURED // Neos
FEATURED // 101 Dining Lounge and Bar
FEATURED // Spice Souk
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