31 concepts at 63 locations

Dubai is one of the most exciting cities in the world for food. Discover how we’re adding to this melting pot of flavours with our very own award-winning Michelin-star collaborations, homegrown concepts and franchises.

Restaurants

  • Big Chefs/Big Chefs Studio
  • Butcha Steakhouse and Grill
  • Cocoa Kitchen
  • Demoiselle by Galvin
  • Five Guys
  • Galvin
  • Lima Dubai
  • Poco Loco
  • Pots, Pans & Boards
  • Retro Feasts
  • The Brass
  • Toro+KO
  • Big Chefs/Big Chefs Studio

    Big Chefs is one of Turkey’s best-loved exports, with over 100 dishes from all over the world – from starters through to desserts – bringing hungry diners back for more. Signature dishes include the Farmer’s Breakfast, Chef’s Tapas, Yoghurt Kebab and Blueberry Kunefe, among others.

  • Butcha Steakhouse and Grill

    Butcha Steakhouse and Grill combines the values of a local butcher’s shop with a restaurant where meat lovers can experience flavourful dishes cooked to perfection on wood fire and char-grills. A wide variety of beef steaks, meat chops, prime ribs and veal cuts are also available to purchase in Butcha’s in-house butcher shop, providing quality meat for at-home dining. Butcha is simply a cut above the rest because meat is in its DNA.

  • Cocoa Kitchen

    Cocoa Kitchen is an original cocoa-centric restaurant that serves up a wide variety of contemporary multi-cuisine specialties in an atmosphere reminiscent of a chocolate warehouse. The outlet celebrates the world’s best-loved ingredient in every dish, highlighting the versatility of cocoa across a medley of savoury and sweet recipes that can be sampled at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Centrally located in City Walk, the eatery offers an out-of-the-box culinary experience to even the most discerning epicure.

  • Demoiselle by Galvin

    A continental all-day café with a fashionable setting that features artisanal delights for breakfast, hearty creations for lunch, delicate afternoon teas and delectable dishes for dinner. Demoiselle by Galvin fuses French cuisine with English charm, suiting any occasion and palate.

  • Five Guys

    Five Guys is a family-owned and operated franchise restaurant group that focuses on serving high quality burgers and fries in a clean, no frills atmosphere. Customers can personalise their burgers by selecting from 15 free toppings. Everything is freshly prepared and made to order, from award-winning hand-cut fries to patties prepared daily from 100% beef. Five Guys also offers customisable milkshakes with 12 different mix-ins, that can be added to create a perfect, personalised recipe. Whether you’re a chocoholic or a fruit fanatic, there’s something for everyone.

  • Galvin

    Michelin-starred Galvin brothers present best-of-British culinary dishes with distinguished Mediterranean Basin flavours in a classic, yet contemporary setting. A refined experience amidst laid-back glamour, Galvin brings together an evocative array of Italian, Southern French and North African ‘flavours of the sun’.

  • Lima Dubai

    Lima Dubai showcases authentic Peruvian cuisine created by the world’s 5th best chef Virgilio Martinez, presented in a relaxed, casual and elegant environment in the centre of Dubai. The restaurant offers a perfect blend of exemplary service, picturesque design and unparalleled food, inviting patrons to embark on a culinary journey and discover the unexplored, eclectic flavours of Peru.

  • Poco Loco

    Poco Loco is a modern Latin American restaurant where the flavours of traditional dishes meet today’s urban Latin lifestyle. The cuisine aims to create sophisticated dishes from the South American continent, which are mainly influenced by countries like Peru, Mexico and Venezuela, to name a few.

  • Pots, Pans & Boards

    Pots, Pans & Boards is UK Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens’ first restaurant in Dubai, created especially for families and guests looking for a relaxed dining experience. Menu highlights include black squid tempura, lamb meatballs with harissa, malt glazed short ribs, duck confit with mustard and treacle marinated salmon.

  • Retro Feasts

    Retro Feasts is the result of a collaboration between Luke Thomas and Mark Fuller, created in London, in 2013. Not to be taken too seriously… expect casual, British street food with refined flair and some quirky features.

  • The Brass

    The Brass was inspired by two key elements – the beautifully intricate brass roasters that formed the foundation for coffee roasting in Europe, and the charming small brass pots that have been used to serve coffee in Arab culture for centuries. Here we are all Dubaians, with a space, a menu and a selection of coffee blends that are related to our very distinctive East-meets-West-lives.

  • Toro+KO

    An unconventional Barcelona-inspired tapas bar fused with urban East Coast vibes by Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette. The modern, industrial style interior creates the perfect setting for a laid-back experience like no other. Indulge in signature dishes like Patatas Bravas or Paella Arroz Negro whilst enjoying classic RnB tunes from the resident DJ.

Cafés

  • Boutique Le Chocolat
  • Dri Dri
  • Homestead
  • Le Trésor
  • SIKKA Café
  • Boutique Le Chocolat

    Boutique Le Chocolat is the first and only luxury retail experience based entirely on multi-brand premium chocolates in the Middle East, with 28 luxury brands and a premium selection of the finest bonbons and bars representing over 700 different flavours at the flagship store at City Walk.

  • Dri Dri

    Dri Dri is known for its low-fat gelatos (yes, low fat!) and sorbets made fresh daily, with only the finest and freshest ingredients… Madagascan vanilla pods, handpicked Spanish mandarins, French cherries, Sicilian pistachios… plus a few secret ones known only to founder Adriano di Petrillo.

  • Homestead

    Homestead Restaurant and Bakery is a contemporary homegrown eatery. It is the latest in a long line of food and beverage concepts to open their doors at Dubai’s eclectic new destination, The Yard, located in the Al Khawaneej neighbourhood. A must-visit for any foodie in Dubai, the restaurant offers a multitude of wholesome traditional cuisines to choose from, including Emirati, Indian, and Persian, with a local twist, as well as popular international favourites. Homestead uses organic and sustainably-sourced ingredients where possible.

  • Le Trésor

    Catch a glimpse into a bygone era of glamorous European car racing. From the muted grandeur of vintage cars outside, to the classic automotive memorabilia and French bistro fare served inside, this classic car café is an ode to a fascinating period of time in car racing.

  • SIKKA Café

    Dubai is a city that comes alive through food: from the corner shops of Meena Bazaar to the bespoke beach side canteens of Jumeirah, the city teems with a myriad of mouth-watering flavours that tell the story of the warmth of Arabian hospitality, embracing culinary and cultural imports from around the globe. This tale is retold at SIKKA Café, a locally curated dining concept where delicious Emirati food meets Indian and Iranian influences. SIKKA Café’s roots and aspirations are evident in its name, which means alleyway in Arabic, while the dining destination is unabashedly Emirati yet eclectic in its inspiration. Set in the tranquil enclaves of City Walk, it brings together the diverse eras, aromas, flavours and customs that have defined a streetscape buzzing with energy and activity.