This is by far one of the best things to do in Dubai. With its global background, there are some amazing treats to be sampled and eaten in Dubai. Right from fine dining to street food, there is something for everyone.
Dubai is known to have some amazing street food. Shwarma to falafel; Indian snacks to kebabs and of course the delicious desserts that are served here will have you smacking your lips. Best time to sample some amazing food is while you are out sightseeing and need something to build your energy.
If you are more of fine dining kind of person, then Dubai is the place to be. Michelin starred chefs have opened restaurants across Dubai where you can enjoy a gourmet meal.
Then there is High Tea. Dubai is known to be the best place to enjoy some High Tea. Scones with butter and jam, macaroons, bite-sized sandwiches, strawberry with cream with a selection of designer as well as loose tea will be served just for you.
Let us not forget about the food markets of Dubai. There are markets spread across Dubai that sell fresh produce. The Ripe Food & Craft Market on Saturdays, the Fruit and Vegetable Market, a Fish Market are just a few places to explore. If you love fresh produce, vegetables, fruit and spices, the Farmer’s Market is the place to be. You can also see demonstrations by chefs and learn something new.
Timings: The markets have their own timings and days. Thr Ripe Food & Craft market is open on Saturdays, where the Farmer’s Market is operational every Friday and Saturday, between 8.00 am to 1.00 pm.
High Tea is served from 12.00 pm to 6.00 pm. Most street stalls are open from mornings till nights and fine dining restaurants operate between noon to midnight.
Prices: Each street stall will have their own prices. Afternoon tea will cost you anywhere between INR 2400-3500 approximately depending on where you wish to eat. You can book a 3-course meal that will start at about INR 3500-4000 approximately.
Pro Tip: Always make reservations, if you wish to eat in a fine dining restaurant.