3 Must Visit Restaurants in Dubai

3 Must Visit Restaurants in Dubai

Dubai is one of the top places to visit these days offering a lot of excited adventures with a lot of food options and perfect holiday experiences.

The restaurants in Dubai, a bustling and glittering city teeming with tourists from all over the world, have managed to perfect the art of giving patrons an experience have alongside their meal.

Here are top three options that are not just about the food, but also about the experience. From Steakhouses to fusion restaurants, the city has ample options for adventurous foodies.

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A cut above the rest on World Cut Steakhouse

It is one of the best restaurant for perfect steak experience, the taste of dining at the World Cut Steakhouse starts off with enterinv through the doors of Habtoor Palace, a swanky luxury hotel located on Sheikh Zayed Road.

The restaurant is in stark contrast to the bright and gold hues of the hotel yet in perfect harmony with it, dark wood panelling on the walls, dim yellow lighting and shades of earthy browns give the space a warm.

The Za’atar chaat

The main course was braised lamb neck and kimchi fried rice. The meat was tender and virtually fell off the bone as it was plated. And by now, the table was sighing in contentment at the fabulous meal that had been served by Chef Cheung and his team.

However, dessert was yet to come. One of which was a mango creation, which looking at their menu I’m sure was the mango pana cotta, and the other was a simple cheesecake.

Unlike the other dishes on the menu, the chef said that the cheesecake was simply there because he saw how none of the restaurants knew how to make a good cheesecake. And the cheesecake itself was rich and accompanied with fresh berries and cookie crumble.

The Omaha steak

The creamy Béarnaise sauce was the perfect accompaniment to the steak, which had been cooked medium rare as per my request. Meanwhile, the potato gratin was rich and buttery, almost melting in your mouth.

The enormity of the steak had me calling quits after consuming only half of it, which was the general feeling with the rest of table. Factoring this in, it makes sense why their menu doesn’t have a dessert section.

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Price range: The appetisers are 100 AED on average. The mains start at 300 AED and go all the way up to 800 AED for the premium cuts.

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