40 Kong: Dubbed the "best lounge bar" in 2015 by Time Out Dubai, 40 Kong serves international cuisine with great views of downtown.
Tomo: Tomo's interior may be sleek and classy but it's the outdoor terrace that provides the best seats and sights. The Japanese restaurant dishes up affordable dishes, mostly bento-style.
At.Mosphere: When it comes to sky-high dining, there's one place that stands above the rest, literally. On the 122nd floor, At.Mosphere at the Burj Khalifa has some of the most fantastic evening views in the world.
Dining in the Sky: Originated in Belgium and Germany 10 years ago, Dining in the Sky opened in Dubai in January 2017.
Mint Leaf: Located on the 15th floor, this London export has floor-to-ceiling windows facing the Burj Khalifa.
Mint Leaf: Mint Leaf is the place for upmarket Indian food and live DJ music in the evening.
Namu: Namu specializes in Korean and Japanese cuisine. An open kitchen sits in the center of the restaurant, serving up small dishes made to share.
Namu: The vibe -- as one would expect from a W hotel -- is sexy and cool, with pulsing house beats and red accents.
Prime68: Glossy white interiors flooded with natural light, Prime 68 offers more than spectacular views. It does meat well and serves a popular 1920s-themed brunch.
La Môme: The menu of the homegrown fine diner is decidedly French, with snails, côte de boeuf, pigeon and plenty of cheeses playing a part.
La Môme: Taking inspiration from singer Edith Piaf and the 1950s, the newly opened La Môme has a warm Parisian atmosphere.
Alta Badia: Alta Badia suits a special occasion, especially during the months when the Italian restaurant runs a special truffle menu.
Private Jet Charter: In Dubai, the land where luxury knows no limit, there's one incredibly exclusive way to dine high in the sky: have a meal in a helicopter.
Q43 – Q43: It's not the fanciest place in town, but it's cheap, it's cool, and if you get there just before sunset, it has unbelievable views across Dubai's man-made Palm Islands.
The Observatory: The vibe at this intimate venue on the 52nd floor is dark and romantic, thanks to plenty of wood, candles and gold back-lighting.