Today, more than a hundred nationalities call Dubai a second home. This has resulted in, among other things, the existence of a vast “gastronomic landscape”. Hopefully, we are allowed to use such a term to describe the food diversity that you can find nowadays in the city. In a nutshell, Dubai is foodies’ paradise.
Literally, the city is full of food & beverage (F & B) venues, ranging from fast food franchises to high-class gourmet establishments run by famous chefs and restaurateurs. Also the price range in these restaurants is as diverse as the food itself. You can get away with a few dirham having a shawarma or spend $10,000 for an exquisite cheeseburger covered with 24-karat gold leaves.
Fresh fish and seafood, the best qualities of meat, crispy vegetables, exotic fruits, ethnic dishes, spices and sauces are all offered in abundance. Michelin awarded chefs, like Nobu Matsuhisa, Gordon Ramsay and Giorgio Locatelli have established their own restaurants, the same as the new meme sensation Nusret Gokce aka Salt Bae.
You can dine on top of Burj Khalifa, next to an aquarium watching fishes swimming right in front of you, at a chalet-turned-restaurant facing Ski Dubai or you can take your chances hanging in a platform 50m above ground. One thing for sure, whatever your choice might be, you will love every minute of your culinary experience.
Touristino.com is available to hook you up with our taste connoisseur, who’s going to give you the information you need and answer all your questions.
Welcome to Dubai and Bon Appétit!