A great meal with uninterrupted views of The Dubai Fountain is extremely popular among tourists and Dubai residents alike. Hundreds of people line the edges of the water, holding their cameras aloft, to film a segment of the show (which occurs every 30 minutes in the evenings), but you won't have to fight your way through the crowds to find a seat or stand on a chair to see the action. Here's where you can go:
The faux-French café is also located near the Dubai Fountain and the Burj Khalifa, with a wide terrace for al-fresco dining. Its picturesque setting is likely to attract daytime visitors; the salads are substantial and provide a welcome break from the Dubai Mall.
This fine-dining restaurant, perched 442 meters above Dubai on the 122nd floor of the Burj Khalifa, offers spectacular views of the capital. At.mosphere is a sophisticated restaurant with an uncomplicated menu of quality fish, tender cuts of beef, and a long list of luxury drinks. It's ideal for tourists to the city who want to see the sights from the world's tallest building while still getting a great meal.
Although the Armani Hotel's version of an all-day, casual dining haunt is a buffet-only affair, Armani/Mediterraneo is a step above the rest for this type of eatery. The restaurant's broad sweeping arch, curving within the Burj Khalifa, is decorated in a simple and elegant style, and is filled with light thanks to the glass expanses of windows along the length of the building.
This eatery takes its name from the southern French city of Toulouse, taking influence from the area's French-meets-Spanish cuisine. It's one of Souk Al Bahar's newest restaurants, tucked away in a corner. Among the dishes to try are escargot (snails) and octopus, smoked duck breast, and home-made pate.
The Palace hotel's Thai eatery has all the makings of a romantic restaurant, with views of the Dubai Fountain and the gleaming lights of the Burj Khalifa, gentle amber lighting, and softly spoken employees. During the cooler months, the terrace becomes very popular, and the atmosphere is delightfully calming and peaceful.
From the terrace of Karma Kafé, enjoy an Asian-inspired à la carte brunch with views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountains. Miso black cod, Florida Bay rock shrimp tempura with peanut and chilli sauce, signature sushi rolls, and flank steak with jalapeno chimichurri are only a few of the Pan-Asian fusion dishes on the menu.
The interior walls of this welcoming fine-dining Argentinean restaurant in Downtown are lined with stone, giving the impression of being inside a warm oven. If you have any understanding, however, you can reserve a table outside with views of the Dubai Fountain and the Burj Khalifa.
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