Dubai Mall is not only about shopping. In fact, the huge shopping center is quite the destination for many people in Dubai who would like to spend some free time strolling through stores and exploring Dubai more. One of the most popular activities while there is to dine at one of the Dubai Mall restaurants.
Lovers of high fashion already consider The Dubai Mall the premier shopping destination in Dubai and with Reel Cinemas showing the latest blockbusters, family entertainment at either Dubai Ice Rink or the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, and multiplayer experiences for all ages at the VR Park there's so much to pack in at The Dubai Mall. For a truly one-of-a-kind experience head to At The Top, Burj Khalifa where breathtaking 250-degree views of the city await visitors.
Or unleash your inner motor racer at The Dubai Mall Zabeel—a seven-storey retail space connected to The Dubai Mall—and put in the laps at the EKart Zabeel go-karting track.
With so many things to do it's easy to forget to eat. With stunning views and delicious cuisine on the menu there's no shortage of dining options on hand. Here's some for you to try.
Dubai Mall Restaurants List
If you're in the mood to immerse yourself in the local Emirati culture there's no better place to start than Logma. An Emirati restaurant with a contemporary, dig into a menu featuring Khaleeji-style chicken wings or try freshly prepared sweet and savory dishes with traditional sweetened crepes, Muhalla, served with cream cheese and date syrup.
Logma is the Arabic word (UAE pronunciation) for bite.
With wood-fired pizzas and handmade pastas, lovers of Italian food are in for a treat at this charming Italian cafe. With freshly-baked bread on hand from Eataly's bakery and sweet after-dinner treats, diners are sure to encounter an abundance of flavours and don't forget to try real Italian coffee before you leave.
For a unique dining experience and unforgettable taste of Africa, foodies must check our Tribes at The Dubai Mall. a memorable fusion of exotic flavours, taken from the African continent and further influenced by the Spice Islands of the East, the French in the West, the Malay and Dutch in the South and the Arabic flavours of the North, the menu is teeming with amazing food from mix grill Braai to Jamaican style boneless chicken.
A homegrown brand and a favourite for the casual dining restaurant offering Indian cuisine with inventive recipes easy to devour. At the start of the meal all diners are served with a bowl of roasted makhana, the perfect starter to a menu packed with familiar favourites with a modern twist. Both indoor and outdoor seating options are available, making this The Dubai Mall restaurant a year-round foodie hub.
Try a medley of flavours from the Middle East with creative dishes such as honey halloumi, a must-have for almost every palate. The restaurant was created by three Emirati sisters with the restaurant taking the name of their foodie hero, their mother.
Here is another Levantine option amongst the Dubai Mall restaurants. This casual and chic restaurant serves tasty Lebanese food with all the classics on the menu from stuffed vine leaves to sublime grills. The venue also offers a fantastic vantage point to The Dubai Fountain, so time your seating right and you can be in for a dinner with a show.
Another popular name amongst Dubai Mall restaurants is going to a Turkish diner. Located on the waterfront promenade of Souk Al Bahar and connected to The Dubai Mall via a bridge, this Turkish restaurant offers diners a hearty meal with spectacular views of the Burj Khalifa.
8. YO! Sushi
Founded by former Dragon's Den investor Simon Woodroffe, this fast and fun experience has over 150 healthy and freshly made dishes.
9. New Shanghai
Still exploring the Asian cuisine? this is another option offering lots of the most popular Chinese food options.
Get a taste of modern Shanghai-style cuisine made from ancient family recipes learned in Shanghai and passed down, and reinvented, from generation to generation. Shanghai-style soup dumplings, noodles, hot pots and pan-fried buns are just some of the tasty food on offer.
The dishes at GIA are the perfect combination of traditional Italian cuisine married with modern influences both in taste and in visual flair. Engage your taste buds with a menu that quintessentially focuses on fresh ingredients—with some imported directly from Italy—and features all-day dining menu additions curated to the local taste. Save room for a range of tempting desserts from the heavily chocolatey Profiteroles Di Toscana to the all-time classic Tiramisu.
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