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Dubai Food Festival

Dubai Food Festival

Held annually, Dubai Food Festival celebrates the city's distinct food scene, celebrity chefs and world-class dining experiences. The festival features a fantastic line-up of events from late February to early March. The exciting schedule typically includes Dubai Restaurant Week, where foodies can taste must-try restaurants for less; an array of beachside food stalls at Beach Canteen; Taste of Dubai, where food, culture and music mix for an epic weekend event; and much more.
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Emirati Cuisine

Emirati Cuisine

While modern flavours and techniques influence Emirati food, the cuisine still retains much of its traditional character. A medley of aromatic spices such as cinnamon, saffron, turmeric and nutmeg take centre stage alongside dried fruits and fresh herbs like coriander, mint and thyme. Try traditional harees, mandi and karak tea at restaurants like Logma at The Dubai Mall, JBR's Seven Sands and Al Hadheerah, tucked away among the dunes of Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa.
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Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Kid-Friendly Restaurants

It can be a challenge to get your children to eat what’s on their plates. Fortunately, Dubai is filled with restaurants serving kid-friendly meals, with menus featuring international specialties served with a side of entertainment. Even the fussiest of eaters will find something to enjoy in the city. Try a weekend brunch at The Westin Mina Seyahi, a yummy breakfast by the beach at Pots, Pans and Boards, or unleash their artistic side over lunch at Café Céramique.
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Beachside Dining

Beachside Dining

Imagine this: the sound of crashing waves, the scent of the beach and a delectable feast on your table. We have the best selection of beachside dining, from fresh seafood at Fish Beach Taverna or international cuisine at Jetty Lounge, to a quick, quirky bite at Al Ijaza Cafeteria and unbeatable sliders at homegrown Salt. For a guaranteed good time with live music or a DJ, visit the favourite local party spot, Barasti. Alternatively, for a fine-dining experience on the water, try Jumeirah Beach Hotel's Villa Beach.
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Vegan & Healthy Eating

Vegan & Healthy Eating

Healthy eating options are popping up all over Dubai. Locally grown organic food and superb locations are fuelling a vibrant health food culture. From the beaches of Jumeirah to the historic winding alleys of Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, Dubai has everything from cold-pressed juices to paleo salads. Our healthy eateries include innovative names from around the world like France’s Wild & the Moon and home grown gems like Comptoir 102, Life ‘N One and XVA Café.
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Street Food

Street Food

Explore a different side of Dubai with a walking food tour from Frying Pan Adventures, or simply forge your own path, making sure not to miss Ravi's, Special Ostadi and Al Mallah. Sample Dubai's food truck culture with sliders from the iconic Salt truck on Kite Beach, or keep your options open at Last Exit's themed parks. While in Dubai, don't miss the opportunity to dig into the flavours of the Levant and Gulf region with quick stops that are also easy on the wallet – Bait Al Mandi in Al Barsha delivers a perfectly cooked chicken atop a heaping portion of rice, while Zaroob is known for its mouth-watering falafel.
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Business Restaurants

Business Restaurants

Dubai is a cosmopolitan city of diversity and contrast at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. For business travellers, the emirate combines excellent infrastructure, world-class cuisine and a playground of leisure activities when you're off the clock. Some of the most fruitful business transactions happen over a meal – we recommend At.mosphere, Café Belge or Zuma to seal the deal. Want to take the edge off? Head to the more relaxed settings at Dusty's or Cargo.
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