Two new restaurants open their doors, and a Souk Al Bahar spot is back in operation…

From unique dining experiences, to wallet-friendly dinner deals perfect for pairs, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out in Dubai.

And if you’re looking for somewhere fresh to head to this weekend, we’ve got you covered. From Indian street food made from recipes passed down through generations to the return of a South African steakhouse, there’s plenty to keep you busy.

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Here’s three fresh restaurants to check out in Dubai this week.

Brand new: Beau Rivage

The first restaurant in the newly opened Grand Millennium Business Bay has just opened. Found on the lobby level, the European-inspired cafe stretches along the canal front and features industrial interiors, daily themed nights coupled with live music and a new Tuesday ladies’ night.

Beau Rivage, Grand Millennium Business Bay, daily 12pm to 12am. Tel: (04) 873 3334.

The brand new: Mohalla

A cosy, elevated street food spot, Mohalla is the latest in a string of funky new openings coming to Dubai Design District. The Indian street food menu is extensive, and features family recipes that have been passed down through generations.

Mohalla, Dubai Design District, Dubai. Tel: 04 427 2855.

Recently refurbished: The Meat Co

After a full summer refurm, The Meat Co. in Souk Al Bahar is back in business with a new look, new menu and even a floating al fresco deck. On the menu, you’ll find an extension of more Dubai-friendly dishes such as raw tuna tartare and Wagyu carpaccio, while there’s also been an overhaul of the cocktail list. Bag a seat on the new terrace, it’s got some picture-perfect Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain views.

The Meat Co., Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai, daily 12pm to 1.30am. Tel: (04) 420 0737.

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