Dubai is an advanced global city which can be better defined as a melting pot of different cultures. It’s owing to its diverse demographic status that it is home so many different cultures and their exclusive cuisines. A wide base of diners with well-travelled palates enjoy the assorted plethora of cuisines available in Dubai, including the very delicious Japanese cuisine. The city has many takers for Japanese cuisine, like Japanese expats, tourists and even locals who have developed a taste for this oriental wonder. There are some fantastic Japanese restaurants in Dubai, some fancy and expensive and few more affordable, but nonetheless, Japanese food is easily and readily available. ‘Okku’ of The H Hotel takes your breath away with its dark and sophisticated décor. This very expensive and exclusive dining destination serves authentic Japanese cuisine. ‘Hashi’ serves authentic Japanese delicacies in a very elegant and stylish setting. The view of Dubai fountain from Armani Hotel’s concourse level is breath-taking.
Enjoy the true Japanese style dining at ‘Hanabi’ of Al Muraqqabat, a classy and modern space focused on authenticity and quality. Asiana Hotel’s Japanese restaurant ‘Yuraku’ is furnished in a chic and eye-catching manner. The food served here is authentic and not very expensive. ‘Nobu’ of Atlantis The Palm, enjoys a world famous reputation for being one of the most exclusive, expensive and delicious Japanese restaurant. Its interiors are spectacular and the menu infuses traditional Japanese style with edgy South American influence. ‘Ucci Sushi’ of Auris Inn Al Muhanna Hotel, is a pocket-friendly restaurant with an eye-pleasing décor. Take advantage of their live sushi counter which is fitted with a conveyor belt to make the service quick and accessible.
‘Mazology’ of Bait Al Bahar is a peppy youthful lounge with an attractive refreshing feel. This casual dining space is light on pockets and dishes out good wholesome Japanese food. On pleasing cool evenings sit outside in company of friends and an array of delicious sushi. ‘Sakura’ of Crowne Plaza Dubai is a popular choice with the locals for lavish Japanese buffet. Décor is vibrant and eye-catching with formal sit-down space. DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai leaves no stone unturned to make its Japanese venture ‘Ramusake’ a resounding success. This rustic casual space is laid back in attitude and serves fabulous Japanese food. ‘Sho Cho’ is a scenic seaside restaurant located at Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa. It’s a little pricey but has an excellent ambience with great music and lip-smacking Japanese menu.