In-demand chef plans to launch new Asian and Bar & Grill concepts next year
The American chain already has 34 outlets in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan and the UAE.
The café, themed around Spanish club Real Madrid, is located in The Beach Mall in JBR.
High level Italian dining at a more affordable price.
A relaxing Chinese dining experience amid the hustle and bustle of DIFC.
The new Shorooq wing houses 148 rooms, while the new bar and pool offer a higher level of luxury and sophistication.
The Ruth’s Chris business lunch offers three courses at a competitive price, for those willing to stick to a set menu.
This new restaurant/bar sizzles with a unique Latin American flair.
Abu Dhabi’s best restaurants as ranked by the What’s On Black Hat Guide 2013.
When it comes to offering a perfect dining experience with indulgent food, fantastic service and décor to match, La Serre Bistro makes the cut.
Dubai’s best restaurants as ranked by the What’s On Black Hat Guide 2013.
In a city full of steakhouses, The Meat Co. Downtown finds its niche.
A list of the top iftars around Dubai this Ramadan and what they charge along with their major attractions.
The bar and restaurant will be launched in the world’s tallest hotel, JW Marriot Marquis, in October this year.
Michelin-starred chefs Nick Alves and Scott Price have shied away from the rigid confines of three-course dining and experimented with a flexible course system.
La Petite Maison has its roots in balmy Nice, where the owner serves a glittering set of regulars, including Nicholas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni.
Can-Can is perfectly anonymous but also perfectly convenient, particularly if you’re paying the bill.
The Japanese restaurant in DIFC promises flavourful food and fantastic service.
The French broadcasting station’s new venue will act as a fashion studio, a restaurant and a VIP night lounge.
The exotic restaurant promises exceptional food, terrific service and exquisite ambiance.
‘Food never fails the living’ is a popular Japanese proverb that gets proven right when you dine at Sheraton’s Creekside Restaurant.
A menu brimming with as much seafood as meat, this is a steakhouse to savour.
The observation deck, located on the 74th floor of the Jumeirah at Etihad Towers hotel, is 300 metres high.
Mainly aimed at business travelers the hotel’s rooms and facilities would easily keep leisure guests entertained too.
Choose to unwind in either the China, Europe, Sunken or Velvet lounges.
The London classic has branched out in Dubai with this, its second venue, bigger and bolder while keeping its rustic feel.
A small piece of Japan sits at the top of The Millennium Hotel, Tecom, transporting you away from modern, busy Dubai.
It’s easy to see why DIFC’s Gaucho is reported to have the highest percentage of repeat customers.
With chandeliers that sparkle as much as the food, Vôi is a Vietnamese restaurant with an elegant French influence in the über glamorous Jumeirah Zabeel Saray.
The piano, crystal chandeliers, private dining rooms and eclectic crowd make this a must try in Oman.
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