Dubai's genesis as a regional trading hub started with 18th-century Persian emigrants lured by duty-free tax privileges. Their nostalgic descendents (and...more
The former Verre, Dubai's first celeb-chef outpost, was launched by Gordon Ramsay. When he decamped (not that he was often in Dubai) in October 2010, sous chefs...more
You'll have to duck to enter the tiny doorway cut out of enormous wooden gates that lead to Tagine, a slice of Marrakech transported to Dubai's One&Only Royal...more
If you feel like dim sum (no matter what time of day), get a table at Zheng He's, a sophisticated spot decorated with dark woods, red lanterns, and...more
Despite competition from Okku and the Dubai branch of Nobu, Zuma, the London-founded sushi house, still pulls in a clientele of Emirati sheiks (including...more
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