Must try them all!!

One of the things that we enjoy the most in the UAE is trying a new restaurants. When it comes to dining, residents are spoilt for choice with trendy

When it comes to eating out, UAE residents are already spoilt for choice. From world-renowned restaurants to local hidden gems and traditional Middle Eastern street food, the options are endless.

And with a host of big name restaurants from around the world set to open in Dubai and Abu Dhabi over the coming months, things are about to get even better.

Here is a roundup of the restaurant openings you need to know about:

Antika, Al Fattan Currency House, DIFC, Dubai


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This Beirut hotspot is the latest to open its doors in Dubai, welcoming visitors starting from this week. This destination will be your-go-to if you are looking for good food and a good time. When it comes to food, expect traditional mezze with a Levantine twist. Meanwhile, if you are looking for entertainment, the you will find singers, live acts and belly dancers.

SushiSamba, The Palm Tower, Dubai


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SushiSamba was founded in 1999 in New York City, and ever since then has been a must-try in several countries around the world. Now, this restaurant is set to open its doors in Dubai’s The Palm Tower next year, promising some of the best views over the Palm Jumeirah from its 51st floor location. SushiSamba serves a mixture of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine – something for everyone.

Amazonico, DIFC, Dubai


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This Madrid hotspot is set to join others opening at DIFC later this year. This three-story restaurant will bring the South American flair to Dubai, with plush, green interior, inspired by the Amazon rainforest. It will include a bar, lounge, restaurant, sushi counter and a rooftop terrace, while the food will be led by chef and concept creator Sandro Silva and his wife, chef Marta Seco.

Marco’s New York Italian by Marco Pierre White, Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, Abu Dhabi


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Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White is bringing his new restaurant to the capital later this month. This hotspot will be the first outpost outside of the UK, but will have a more  casual concept than his other eateries. On the menu, you can expect sourdough pizzas, pastas, and a range of burgers, blending Italian and New York cuisines.

Fouquet’s, Louvre Abu Dhabi


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This Parisian restaurant opening in 2020, will be Louver Abu Dhabi’s first restaurant. This will be the hotspots first opening in the UAE, and the menu will be designed by Michelin star chef Pierre Gagnaire. Visitors can expect a fusion of food including French cuisine. Fouquet’s Paris celebrates its 120th birthday this year, while other branches are located in Cannes, Toulouse and Marrakech.

Happy Dining!

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