Ginger Moon, W Dubai - Mina Seyahi: A self-declared "urban beach club," Ginger Moon serves up top-class seafood and boasts an expansive terrace and infinity pool.
Inti, The Dubai EDITION: At Inti you can feast on Peruvian-Japanese while gazing up at the Burj Khalifa from the terrace.
Demon Duck: The signature dish here is slow-roasted Peking duck, served on bao buns scented with calamansi and accompanied by the house "demon sauce."
Sublimotion, Mandarin Oriental, Dubai: The world's most expensive restaurant experience is now a pop-up at the Mandarin Oriental until May 2023.
Dave's Hot Chicken: Nashville-style hot chicken comes to Dubai courtesy of this hip chain that began in East Hollywood just five years ago.
Dave's Hot Chicken
Fi'lia: Chef Sara Aqel heads up Fi'lia, the Middle East's first restaurant with an all-female management team. Even the wine list is 100% from female producers.
Maya Bay: At Jumeirah Al Naseem hotel, Maya Bay serves up an extensive menu of Thai and Japanese dishes, including everything from sushi and sashimi to Thai pandan cake.
Orfali Bros: Three Syrian brothers have created one of the hottest culinary tickets in town with this modern bistro celebrating their global food experiences.
L'Olivo at Al Mahara, Burj Al Arab: This being Dubai and the legendary Burj Al Arab hotel, Al Mahara's setting is extraordinary, as diners are served Italian cuisine surrounded by a large coral reef aquarium.
TABŪ, St. Regis Downtown: A Japanese-Peruvian menu is accompanied by an evening-long cavalcade of surreal theatrical entertainment.
Tabu St. Regis
Avatāra: Himalayan-born Chef Rahul Rana is behind this fully vegetarian fine dining experience that celebrates the diverse cuisines of northeast India.