From Mexican and Spanish to Asian, there are some amazing new eateries to check outâ€¦
Dubaiâ€™s foodie scene continues to flourish, with an ever-growing number of homegrown and international restaurants opening their doors in the city.
And thereâ€™s still more to come. From Meixcan and Spanish to Asian, here are four new restaurants opening in Dubai over the next two weeks.
From November 18: Nido
While we donâ€™t know much about new Downtown tapas bar, Nido, we do know itâ€™ll open its doors this week in the Sheraton Grand hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road. A glance at their Instagram shows dishes including Spanish omelette, croquettes and crispy calamari will all be on the menu. Yum.
From November 21: CHINGON
Described as a â€œsophisticated modern Mexicn eateryâ€, CHINGON will open its doors this Thursday in the Grand Millennium, Business Bay. As well as Mexican dishes, guests can expect a menu that features influences from Central and South America, with a dedicated raw bar serving up crudo and tartares, as well as sharing dishes such as grilled octopus and whole roasted baby chicken.
From November 24: Shanghai Me
Shanghai Me is an upscale Asian restaurant inspired by the glamour of 1930s Shanghai. Accepting reservations from November 24, itâ€™s housed in The Exchange building in DIFC, and is split between a luxurious bar and lounge, bamboo-lined terrace, restaurant and private dining area. On the menu, guests can expect a blend of flavours from across East Asia, with a mix of lighter plates and more indulgent dishes designed to suit every taste.
From November 25: Amazonico
Prepare to step into the tropics when celebrity hotspot Amazonico opens in DIFC next week. Hailing from Madrid, rainforest-inspired restaurant Amazonico is accepting reservations from Monday November 25. Thereâ€™s a huge focus on the interiors, which have been designed by award-winning designer, LÃ¡zaro Rosa-ViolÃ¡n, and attention-to-detail is evident across the ground floor lounge, first floor restaurant and Copacabana-inspired rooftop bar.