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Where to eat

This month, we try fine dining Mexican style, enjoy a classic Italian brunch, visit a chic Japanese outpost and savour a French Michelin masterpiece on the banks of the Arno river Forget any preconceived notions you might have had about Mexican – Peyote takes this vibrant cuisine...  Read More »

Jean-Georges Dubai

Break the fast during the Holy month this year with a more personal ambience at Jean-Georges Dubai; start with a selection of delicious dates and fresh juices before choosing from the tantalising JG Ramadan menu. The menu includes all your JG favourites from succulent soups, an array of appetizers, mouth-watering...  Read More »

Gursha Dubai

For an Iftar with a difference, head to Gursha Ethiopian restaurant in the recently opened Club Vista Mare complex in Palm Jumeirah. The beachfront venue offers an insight into Ethiopia with its modern décor with traditional accents, as well as with its authentic menu. This Ramadan, you can celebrate the...  Read More »

La Ville Hotel City Walk Dubai

Dubai’s newest boutique hotel is serving up a traditional-meets-modern Iftar. Contemporary restaurant Chival will be transformed into an Arabian wonderland, with an eclectic but not over-the-top buffet, plus live cooking stations. With a strong focus on organic, local ingredients, the freshly prepared...  Read More »

COYA Dubai

Throughout the Holy month of Ramadan, COYA Dubai will be serving up signature 4-course Iftar menus with a Peruvian twist, especially designed by COYA’s award-winning Executive Chef, Benjamin Wan to break your fast. The experience starts with dates and a selection of soups such as corn gazpacho, Peruvian...  Read More »

Teatro Dubai

Ideally located on Sheikh Zayed Road, Teatro at Towers Rotana Dubai is one of the region’s long-held award-winning success stories that can be traced back to its opening in Teatro at Towers Rotana Dubai in 2001, and is still winning hearts and awards today; still one of the must-go-to dining destinations...  Read More »

Where to eat

This month we grab a taste of contemporary Italy in Dubai, dine at a quintessential Parisian bistro and visit a little bit of sporting history in Marylebone, London Carluccio’s Dubai Dubai Marina is one of the most vibrant places in the city, particularly on a Friday evening. The weather...  Read More »

Country Kitchen Beijing

It’s a good sign when a hotel restaurant is frequented by locals. When Food and Travel visited Country Kitchen at Rosewood Beijing, our fellow diners were all Chinese – some hotel guests and the rest well-heeled suits from the surrounding CBD. While the menu focuses on traditional Northern...  Read More »

Enigma Dubai

Chef Yunus Emre Aydin and his talented brigade have redefined Turkish cuisine at located at Palazzo Versace Dubai, Enigma, the small yet elegant restaurant, has firmly established itself as one Dubai’s favourites. The hotel pays tribute to the lavish palaces and opulence of by-gone history, this architectural...  Read More »

Cavalli Club Dubai

Located at the Fairmont Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, The Cavalli Club Restaurant & Lounge doesn’t disappoint, this modern icon reflects the glamorous soul of Roberto Cavalli, offering a rich palette of colours and textures that gently cosset. The Italian restaurant is the heart of the Cavalli Club, set across...  Read More »