Gourmets are sure to get their money’s worth in Dubai – but they are also spoiled for choice: from Italian pasta to Japanese sushi to American steaks, almost every cuisine in the world is represented in the cosmopolitan metropolis.
The largest city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is considered the most important trade and financial center of the Middle East. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations, especially in winter.
The weekend in Dubai is a time of a gastronomic tradition: brunch. Every Friday and Saturday, the famous all-inclusive buffets, the decadent festive menus are open from noon.
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. We suggest what to do on non-working days in order to spend them rich and varied.
If you love Haute Indian cuisine and contemporary luxurious design, this list is for you.
If you are tired of the variety of Dubai restaurants, or if you are more into cooking yourself, this article is for you. At a minimum, we guarantee that any of these cooking schools will teach you how to cut onions and crush garlic correctly. We are sure that you do not know how to do this as skillfully and gracefully as Michelin chefs.
You may not fast in Ramadan, but if you live in the UAE, it is definitely worth visiting a festive Iftar or Suhoor. All restaurants create a magical warm environment with décor dazzling. The festive atmosphere envelops you headlong, the table is full of treats, and you understand what a “fabulous feast” from Arabian tales tastes like.
Dubai is a city of unlimited possibilities. It is also romantic. There is everything to make an unforgettable holiday for two.
Afternoon Tea is a popular and well-known tragedy. It is known not only in England but also worldwide. This tradition fully reflects England’s tea tradition with its porcelain sets, fragrant tea, tasty snacks, and delicious desserts.
Dubai offers every imaginable cuisine. Particularly noteworthy are the delicious desserts that the country offers. Here is our guide to Dubai desserts.