Being the cultural melting pot that it is, Dubai with its myriad restaurants that are good enough to rival the world's best gastronomic destinations has garnered the reputation of being a foodie's paradise. After months of closures, the restaurants across Dubai have now received the green light to reopen with all the necessary measures in place. And with a view to further strengthen the safety of diners, EazyDiner has launched its new initiative EazySafe+ Dining- a comprehensive safety and sanitization protocol implemented on all our partner restaurants to ensure a stronger end to end control on hygiene and food quality. Here are some of the Key Highlights of EazySafe+ Dining to dispel any safety-related doubts you still might have:
So, let EazyDiner take care of all your safety concerns and get ready to visit EazySafe+ certified best restaurants in Dubai:
Tresind, VOCO Hotel is one of the best restaurants in Dubai. This modern Indian restaurant is known for its experimental culinary techniques with Indian cuisine. It serves an array of traditional Indian delicacies that appear modern both in terms of taste and presentation. Tresind is not just about food, but also elegant ambiance, which is quite apparent from its lavish décor and furnishings. Definitely, a good restaurant in Dubai to enjoy a hearty meal with family.
Must-haves: Chettinad Chicken Curry with Thai Black Rice Appam, Avocado Galouti Kebab, Wild Mushroom Chai, and Elaneer Payasam.
Cost for two: AED 400
Undoubtedly one of the best restaurants in Dubai, Farzi Cafe is known for its innovative streak. Their unique modern twist on Indian cuisine takes your palate by surprise with a single bite. But what makes Farzi Café even more special is the presence of some great regional dishes on the menu that feature a contemporary twist of their own.
Must-haves: Tempura Fried Prawns, Dal Chawal Arancini, Wild Mushroom Risotto, and Ras Malai Tres Leches.
Cost for two: AED 200
If you want to dig into some really nice grilled food, head straight to Barbeque Nation. Particularly popular for its lavish buffet meals, this well-known barbeque restaurant is known for pioneering the usage of grill or barbeque on the table. With ample live counters for exotic meat, kulfi and special one’s set-up for festivals, a meal at Barbeque Nation is sure to leave you spoilt for choice.
Must-haves: Assorted Exotic Grill Veg, Crispy Corn, Cajun Spiced Potato, Mutton Dum Biryani, and Brownies.
Cost for two: AED 150
Adorned in rich red tones, chic upholstery, and royal décor, Ananta is an authentic North Indian restaurant at The Oberoi Hotel that has been awarded “Best Indian Restaurant – Fine Dining” in the Middle East. The culinary team at Ananta presents the richness of Indian cuisine through well-researched recipes and authentic ingredients. The place brings to life age-old traditions through its cooking techniques and the extensive menu represents the states of India beautifully with delicacies from each state tastefully created
Must-haves: Pista Qorma Gosht, Lamb Momos, and Green Cardamom Apple Jalebi.
Cost for two: AED 450
This casual dining restaurant is famous for its European and Australian fare. The location of this restaurant is quite convenient, and the place is quite spacious. The service here is impeccable and the staff is friendly. Their menu is limited but the food here is lip-smackingly good and absolutely worth trying.
Must-haves: Grilled Steak Salad with Char Grilled Artichokes, Garlic & Chilli Linguini, and Beetroot Salman Multigrain Bagel.
Cost for two: AED 220
Café Funkie Town is a quaint and cozy restaurant that is known for its authentic Parsi and ‘Bombaiya’ cuisine. This hidden gem has retro interiors and exudes an old-world charm that was once synonymous with the quintessential Parsi café culture of Bombay (now Mumbai) in the 60s. Great customer service is not the only good thing about this quirky yet beautiful place.
Must-haves: Bun Maska, Chicken Farcha, Veg Parsi Pulao Daar, and Lagan Nu Custard.
Cost for two: AED 100
If you are looking for good seafood serving restaurants in Dubai then Goan Shack is the place for you. They claim to be professionals in Goan-styled seafood making and serve delectable recipes made using fresh ingredients that they source from the local market. The spices used by them are handpicked.
Must-haves: Chicken Xacuti, Stuffed Crabs, and Bebinca Dessert.
Cost for two: AED 200
'Gazebo' is one of the best fine dining restaurants in the Business Bay, Burj Khalifa area, Dubai that offers delectable quick food amidst lovely ambiance at cost-effective rates. As for the food, right from soups and starters to main course dishes and even desserts, the amazingly extensive menu serving North Indian, Indian, Mughlai cuisine will leave you spoilt for choice. You can select from an endless variety of authentic dishes creatively prepared by professional chefs.
Must-haves: Murgh Hyderabadi Biryani, Mutton Kebabs, Kadai Paneer, Dal-e-Khaas, and Angoori Rabdi.
Cost for two: AED 135
24th St. Asian Street Food brings a unique Asian-streetfood-meets-fine-dining concept to Dubai's dining scene. It has four lively open kitchens; Kim's Korean for Korean food, Chatakana for Indian delicacies, Lucy Wong's for well-loved Chinese dishes, and Momo San for Japanese cuisine. This is a place to go to if you want a wide variety of food in one venue. The menu is big so it is quite possible to get lost, but the staff here is efficient and quick to recommend the best that this place has to offer.
Must-haves: Paneer Ke Tikke, Pan-fried Dumplings Japanese Style, Tempura Prawn Avo Roll, and Matcha Cream Cake.
Cost for two: AED 300
This popular Indian restaurant is situated on the fourth floor of Taj, offering a view of the stunning Burj Khalifa. The traditional yet modern looking artwork on the wall and a spacious colorful set up makes it a great place to dine with friends and family. Interestingly, the menu speaks two different languages to explain every dish. They have a variety of beverages to choose from, and the staff is nice enough to customize it as per your preference
Must-haves: Basil Tikka, Malai Broccoli, Saag Meat. Butter Chicken, Lasooni Palak Paneer, and Matka Phirni.
Cost for two: AED 500
Gargi Bisht is an event copywriter/conceptualizer turned writer currently working with EazyDiner Pvt. Ltd. Compulsive eater, book hoarder, dog lover and pop culture enthusiast with an innate love for storytelling. Usually the quietest person in the room, Gargi is an introvert who loves her own company. When not eating, can be found in front of her laptop watching movies. Knows a thing or two about art and literature.