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Chinese cuisine is one of the most loved cuisines in the world and can be found even in the most tiniest of cities very easily. It owes its popularity to its aromatic flavours and easy to get addicted to taste. No longer is the cuisine bounded to street hawkers, but it has crossed thresholds of fancy five star hotels and secured the prime spots with its superb rollercoaster of flavours. A city as international as Dubai enjoys a plethora of cuisines from all across the globe, so it doesn’t come as much of a surprise to see some fabulous Chinese restaurants in its culinary circuit. On top sits ‘Royal China’ from DIFC, a plush formal fine dining restaurant with a stunning red décor. A little pricey it maybe but food is authentic and scrumptious. Next comes ‘Shang Palace’ of Shangri-La, an expensive luxurious restaurant with an elegant modern décor.
‘Szechuan Palace’ has an eye-pleasing formal sit-down dining space done in soft grey tones, contrasted by bright red. Menu is authentically Chinese and can be a little on the pricey side. ‘Chinese Dynasty’ of Arabian Courtyard Hotel and Spa keeps an Asian menu that leans heavily on Chinese side. It’s known for its gorgeous outdoor setting and its pocket-friendly prices. ‘Chinese Pavilion’ has an innovative approach to authentic Chinese cuisine and can be a pretty reasonable choice for families on limited budget. It’s located on the ground level of Jumeirah Beach Centre and decorated in a modern yet tasteful manner. ‘Yuan’ of Atlantis The Palm is luxury at its best. The restaurant is highly expensive and breath-taking in appearance, with its sprawling dimensions decked in modern stylish way. Check out its stunning chandelier.
‘Chop Suey’ keeps its décor light and refreshing. This casual dining space is great for friends on limited budget yet doesn’t disappoint where good wholesome Chinese food is concerned. Find it at Beach Park Plaza Centre in Jumeirah 2. ‘Imperial Garden’ is a traditionally decorated formal dining spot at Capitol Hotel in Dubai. It’s marginally expensive and dishes out pure authentic Chinese food. For delicious Chinese food with a little ‘desi tadka’ make way towards ‘Gypsy Chinese Restaurant’ in Mankhool. Its interiors are semi-formal with smart dark furnishings ideal for families looking for a cosy atmosphere. ‘Long Yin’ is an elegant stunning formal dining destination at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Confrence Centre. The restaurant is authentically Chinese both in menu and décor.