Chinese cuisine is simple yet full of flavors. Chinese food is not just about dim sums and noodles, it’s about so much more. There are many casual dining and fine dining options to choose from when it comes to Chinese cuisine. We have an exciting list of some of the best Chinese food serving restaurants in Dubai. Also, avail the best deals and discounts with EazyDiner.
Located in DIFC, Hutong is one of the most famous Chinese restaurants in Dubai. With restaurants across London, New York, Miami and their original home Hong Kong, Hutong serves one of the best Chinese dishes across the city. It was one of the first Chinese restaurants to get a Michelin star when it launched in Hong Kong over a decade ago. Now, blessing us with their presence in Dubai, there’s plenty to love about this Chinese restaurant that has so much to offer. Northern Chinese cuisine, amazing dim sum and creative cocktails, are all served in a stylish setting with a beautiful outdoor terrace. The vibe is moody and cool and it’s a top date night spot.
Must Haves: Roasted Pecking Duck, Cocktails and Fried Wagyu in Hunan Chilli Sauce
Cost for two: AED 550
Opened nearly 27 years ago and still going strong, Long Yin offers some of Dubai's most delicious Chinese food. Recreating the rich culinary diversity from the vast topography of China, Long Yin extends the timeless legacy of the far East to Dubai. Deeply rooted in gastronomic traditions, the offerings at Long Yin are a harmonious blend of flavors that are exquisite yet comforting.
Long Yin serves remarkable Cantonese and Szechuan fare. The menu at Long Yin appeals to all epicureans from fine dining connoisseurs to lovers of traditional Chinese cuisine. Long Yin’s cozy atmosphere highlighted by natural dark wood paneling, adorned with traditional terra cotta warrior figurines, imperial art, and authentic flavors set the stage for guests to journey through China’s exceptional culinary heritage.
Must Haves: Crispy Duck, Prawn Wasabi, XO seafood fried rice, Vietnamese-style sweet and sticky wok-fried beef cubes
Cost for two: AED 350
A global name, founded in 2001, Hakkasan may originate in the UK, but it has been Abu Dhabi owned for a few years and has successfully adapted for the Dubai market at Atlantis. Hakkasan restaurant draws a style-savvy crowd to its sleek dim sum restaurant and bar, where carved wooden screens, rich jewel tones and flickering candles evoke the glamour of the London flagship restaurant. Modern flavors are the core of Hakkasan's Michelin-starred menu, as traditional Cantonese recipes meet contemporary techniques to deliver innovative dishes and award-winning cocktails.
Must Haves: Hakka steamed dim sum platter, Sanpei Chicken Clay pot and Jasmine tea-smoked wagyu beef ribs
Cost for two: AED 350
Chuan Restaurant, located at the tip of the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, is surrounded by the sea on three sides. The inspiration for “Chuan” comes from the rivers and streams of China, the Yangtze River, the Yellow River and the Songhua River, which are the origin of Chinese culture. In China, “Chuan” symbolizes “water”, symbolizing wealth, meaning that hundreds of rivers return to the sea, and endless life. Chuan is likely to be Dubai’s most expensive Chinese restaurant but it also sits in a prime position to watch The Palm Fountain show. As the largest fountain in the world. Veering towards seafood, Chuan also prides itself on roasted Peking duck which must be ordered upon reservation.
Must Haves: Sweet and sour jellyfish, Chinese yam shreds with orange juice, Dim Sum and Peking Roast Duck
Cost for two: AED 680
From a humble beginning in 1996 to an award-winning chain of restaurants, Royal China owns and operates a portfolio of 18 East Asian F&B brands globally. The group has grown organically with >120 restaurants worldwide over the past 4 decades. The restaurants are known across the world for the high-quality Chinese food. It was the first Chinese franchise to open its doors in Dubai, back in 2011. People come far to savour their delectable Dim Sum and Hong Kong Chinese dishes created by their award-winning chefs. Whether you’re dining with family, friends, colleagues, or clients, the restaurant is always welcoming and comfortable.
Must Haves: Lotus Leaf Rice, Peking Duck, Kung Pao Chicken and Egg Fried Rice
Cost for two: AED 260
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