Phone: 02 811 5666
Hours: Daily from 12:00 -15:00 and 19:00 -00:00(Bookings are essential!)
Location: Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Corniche Street, Opposite Emirates Palace in the Ras Al Akhdar area
Complementingthe overall theme at Jumeirah, Li Beirut’s menu is a mix oftraditional Lebanese and the chef’s own signature Lebanese-inspired dishes. This restaurant boasts a graceful outdoor terrace with a spectacular view, but in the summer you may prefer the elegant interior.
Traditional or experimental, Lebanese or Arabic, every dish from the masterful chef is sure to please. Chicken liver in pomegranate sauce and honey fudge dessert have turned some of the most trusted reviewers into fans.
Phone: 02 596 1440
Hours: Breakfast – 6:00-10:30; Lunch – 12:00-15:00; Dinner – 19:00-23:30
Location: Hyatt Capital Gate, Near Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre, Al Safarat
The signature restaurant of Hyatt Capital Gate is an exquisite experience. The view of the sunset from eighteen floors above the city and the quality of food compete to offer an unforgettable experience. With a wide range of Eastern Mediterranean dishes from Italy, Greece, Turkey, and other cultures, the three show kitchens always serve fresh, seasonalcuisine.
Thisis a great location for meetings throughout the day as the dining area is spacious and the tables are set far apart. 18⁰ has received rave reviews from some of the toughest critics—the lamb ribs and Arabian Mezze have been given special mention. Tables with the best views are almost always occupied nights and weekends. To ensure your best dining experience, make sure you reserve your table in advance.
Location: Sheraton Hotel & Resort, 1st Street andCornicheRoad
Al Mayass is a small but global chain of family owned restaurants. The owners bring together traditional Lebanese cuisine influenced by their Armenian heritagewith handpicked décor to create an intimate, family-like experience.
This cozy setup in a cottage on the beach side of the Sheraton feels like it was lifted straight out of a Middle Easternmovie. It’s not just the decor or the location but the warm and welcoming demeanor of the staff and the flavorful cuisine that keeps this venue buzzing with customers.
Phone: 02 657 0000
Hours: Lunch – 12:00-16:00; Shisha – 12:00-24:00; Dinner –18:00 – 23:30; Dinner & Shisha–18:00 -00:30 (Thurs & Fri)
Location: Beach Area, Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana Hotel, West Corniche Road, Ras Al Akhdar
Better known as “The Beach Restaurant”, Kamoon is a great location with an amazing view of stars, skyscrapers, and the sea. The restaurant is part of the Rotana brand, firmly rooted in the values of the Arabian culture and does not serve alcohol.
The Middle Eastern cuisine is spot on for lunch and dinner or a relaxing time with a sheesha by the sea.This is one of the preferred restaurantsfor local Emiratis to dine with friends and family.
Hours: Sat-Thu 12:30- 16:00, 19:00 – 01:00; Fri 16:00 – 01:00
Location: The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, Al Maqtaa
A contemporary Arabic restaurant, Mijana is tucked in the picturesque courtyard of the Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal. The cuisine is authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern regional and brings the old and the new together in great style.
With live Arabic music,the ambience and the view from the terrace keep many patrons coming back for more. It is one of the bestrestaurants in Abu Dhabi to bring a guest for a business lunch or dinner.
Phone: 02 614 6020
Hours: Open daily 19:00 – 03:00
Location: Millennium Hotel Abu Dhabi, Al Markaziyah
An opulent and classy interior makes Marakesh an authentic Moroccan experience. Live performances by belly dancers, singers, bands, and authentic, traditional music keep guests entertained while they enjoy some of the besttraditional dishes from Morocco.
The Moroccan restaurant is quiet and captivating unless you visit on a buffet evening when it is buzzing long after midnight. The chef prepares the dishes to suit global taste buds; dishes can be bland for some, so a preference for spices must be mentioned at the time of order.
Phone: 02 509 8777
Hours: Fridays 13:00 – 16:00;19:00- 23.30; Dinner served from20:00- 23:30
Location: Adjacent to The Villas by Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri
Serving Mediterraneanand Middle Eastern cuisine with spectacular views of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque,Pearls and Caviar is a highly rated restaurant for special occasions. On the menu you’ll find some great Seafood dishes from regional cuisinessuiting local tastes.
This restaurant is perfectly suited to business meetings looking for a quiet, private atmosphere, but is not well-suited to a family outing with children.
Phone: 02 676 9990
Location: Arabian Nights Village, Razeen Area of Al Khatim, Abu Dhabi Al Ain Road, Al Khatim
A hidden gem on the Abu Dhabi Al Ain Road, Al Maqam offers local Emirati and Arabic dishes as well as international fare. Seating can be chosen from a number of options in the dining hall or on the terrace.
This venue offers fine dining in true Emirati style but is best enjoyed on a weekend getaway along with the day safari or the overnight desert safari package.by