And they’re all new…
We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out in Dubai – from celebrity chef-led restaurants to indie gems, there are new openings every week. So, if you’re looking for somewhere fresh to book a table this weekend, these are our top picks.
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Dinner and a show: Chalet Berezka
One of the first restaurant openings at new Palm Jumeirah destination, The Pointe, Chalet Berezka has just opened its doors. The split level, licensed concept promises a diverse menu of Eastern European classics with influences from Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and central Asian cuisines. There will also be daily live shows from 10pm which will rotate on a frequent basis, and a beverage and shisha license that extends to 3am through the week and 5am on weekends.
Chalet Berekza, The Pointe, East Marina, Palm Jumeirah, Sat Sun, Mon and Weds 6pm to 3am, Tues Thurs and Fri 6pm to 5am. berekza.ae
The unlicensed Al Seef spot: Doors
At the waterfront of Al Seef, you’ll find the 12,000 square foot Doors, a new restaurant by celebrated Chef Kemal Çeylan. With a grand interior fit out and seating for up to 400, the restaurant is split into six distinct zones both indoor and outdoor and serves a global fusion menu as well as an extensive array of shishas.
Doors, Al Seef, Dubai Creek, daily 5pm to 11.30pm. Tel: (050) 700 0375. doorsdubai.com
The neighborhood eatery: Stoke House
Featuring a casual dining area, bar, terrace and pool area, Stoke House is an all-day eatery located at the clubhouse at Damac Hills estate. Overlooking the lush golf course, the venue will open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and promises daily deals including happy hours, a weekly quiz night and weekend brunches. It’s the latest opening by Gates Hospitality, who also look after properties such as Reform in The Lakes and folly in Madinat Jumeirah.
Stoke House, Clubhouse, Damac Hills Estate, Dubai, daily 6.30am to 3am. Tel: (04) 245 3939.