This ramen joint is a modern café catering to the D3 creative crowd and swiftly serving up some of the best casual Japanese food in town...


This petite venue located over three floors, makes for an interesting setting and can hold its own amongst the DIFC's big hitters...


There's not much to say about this Japanese hub of culinary brilliance, other than all the positive feedback that you have heard about it is true.
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La Cantine

From Paris to Dubai, this multi-sensory restaurant is not your stereotypical Parisian Café...


If you can overlook the name, this restaurant provides the ultimate fine-dining destination for intimate evenings...


A nautical themed institution offering some of the best Italian food in the city, with well-loved classic options from the original Harry’s Bar, first opened by Giuseppe Cipriani in 1931, Venice.


Brought to you by Michelin-starred chefs and brothers, Chris and Jeff Galvin, this elegant restaurant charms its way into the mix of City Walk’s food destinations...
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La Petite Maison

This world-renowned eatery, with its dark, bare wood floors and long bar, boasts fresh and delicate Niçoise cuisine...

Le Cirque

Beginning its story at the Mayfair hotel, London, in 1974 and eventually outgrowing the location and relocating to NYC, Le Cirque has paved the way for many talented Chefs...


Some of the best steak you'll taste, with some of the worst service. This renowned restaurant, bar and grill concept is a result of the charismatic Nusret Gökçe (a.k.a. Salt Bae), a butcher and meat specialist by trade...
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The China Club

What this old favourite may lack in atmosphere it makes up for in good food; a generous mix of authentic Cantonese, Peking and Szechuan cuisine, along with a charming team...
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Long Yin

Cantonese and Szechwan cuisine, with outdoor seating available. The Friday dim sum is some of the best in the city.

Demoiselle by Galvin

The words chocolate-box spring to mind when you enter this pretty café/bistro; a mix of Wes Anderson allure, French culinary flare and old British empire...


This Parisian tearooms' history began in 1862 when Louis Ernest Ladurée, a miller from the southwest of France, founded a bakery in Paris.
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Bussola Fine Dining

Twinkling candles and unbuttoned elegance with a classic, fresh Italian menu, Bussola's more formal restaurant is a convenient and consistent spot.