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45 new restaurants making their way to Dubai this year

Dubai’s dining scene is about to get a whole lot tastier.

Dubai’s restaurant scene is flourishing, with each new opening promising to bring a unique gastronomic experience to the city. From Ayla Beach’s focus on Levantine cuisine to Mr Chow’s modern Chinese offerings, there’s something for everyone. And that’s just the beginning. Read on to discover the new Dubai restaurants that should be on your dining radar in 2024.

Aretha

Aretha at St. Regis Gardens on Palm Jumeirah will be operated by the RIKAS Group, the team behind Dubai hospitality hits: La Cantine Du Faubourg, La Twiggy by La Cantine, Mimi Kakushi, and the recently opened Tagomago. The chic restaurant and lounge reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties, will open its doors in September. Visitors can expect regular live entertainment reminiscent of the Jazz Age, complemented by plush seating, gold accents, and sparkling chandeliers.

Expected opening: April 2024

St. Regis Gardens

Gerbou

Gerbou, which translates to welcome, is opening in the city and has sustainability at its heart. Gerbou has been designed by award-winning interior designers, Kristina Zanic Consultants, and the Dubai-based art gallery, Tashkeel Studio. The team have released renders of the new venue, and it looks like a sleek spot. Spanning indoor and outdoor spaces, the décor looks set to be Arabic chic. 

Expected opening: April 2024

Gerbou

Osteria Funkcoolio

Chef Akmal Anuar’s Osteria Funkcoolio will be located in Port de La Mer, the Italian restaurant combines Japanese influences and will open before the end of the year. Accommodating only 30 diners, the restaurant looks set to be a swanky spot with chandeliers, red leather booths and white tablecloths. Akmal shared on social media: “Osteria Funkcoolio is a definition of cool, shattering the BS, daring to shake up things, explore and be inspired. Stay tuned and we cannot wait to welcome our best Friends and Famiglia soon!”

Expected opening: April 2024

Osteria Funkcoolio

LAVITA Beach Club

LAVITA Beach Club is set to become the ultimate destination for sun-soaked days and lively nights at One Palm Jumeirah Dorchester Collection. The club boasts stunning views of the iconic Palm Jumeirah making it a prime location. The concept draws its inspiration from Italy’s glamorous coastal lifestyle and will host live music and entertainment, from a range of performers to international acts. La Vita comes from the team behind the FACT Award-winning Chic Nonna and L’Amo Bistro del Mare.

Expected opening: April 2024

LAVITA Beach Club

Lila Molino

Mexican food lovers, we have some tasty news. The team behind the Lila Taqueria is expanding in Dubai. Lila Molino is opening in Warehouse 18 on Alserkal Avenue. Lila Molino is an all-day Mexican restaurant. The menu will include tortillas, tostadas and taqueria. The team pride themselves on the freshly sourced ingredients and authentic flavours. The heirloom corn comes from farmers in Mexico, and is ground daily into masa to create perfect hand-pressed tortillas, resulting in a distinguished flavour profile.. Plus, there will be a café serving freshly ground coffee. 

Expected opening: April 2024

Lila Molino

Ronin

Celebrity chef Sin Keun Choi is behind Ronin. The new restaurant offers an innovative take on Japanese food, and draws its inspiration from an unlikely place: the country’s warriors. The idea aims to bring together fun and fine dining. Located at FIVE LUXE on JBR, it includes a beautiful beachfront setting, and live cooking stations to keep you entertained. The venue spans indoor and outdoor seats, from a sushi and teppanyaki bar to pagoda-style sharing tables.

Expected opening: April 2024

Ronin

Tatel

Experience Spanish haute cuisine, exceptional service, and daily live music at Tatel opening soon. Featured in the top 25 restaurants worth travelling for, Tatel’s sophisticated twist on traditional Spanish dishes combines local ingredients with culinary innovation. Savour signature cocktails and lounge in luxurious indoor and outdoor spaces, all while enjoying the lively ambience and culture of Spanish dining. The concept, which is already proving popular in Beverley Hills, Madrid and Riyadh, is backed by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and tennis player Rafael Nadal.

Expected opening: April 2024

Tatel Dubai

Three Cuts

Three Cuts is opening on the rooftop of Nakheel Mall, and has been created by the father and son duo, Joe and Jason Bassili. And, as the name suggests, it will specialise in three cuts of meat. If you struggle with long menus, you’ll be pleased to hear that Three Cuts keeps things simple yet sophisticated. The one-page menu takes you back to basics, and offers three cuts of meat: sirloin, tenderloin and ribeye. The chef’s selections ranges from Porterhouse steaks to Tomahawks. Plus, there is a raw bar with oysters, salmon tartare and more. Diners can choose from indoor to outdoor seats. The terrace is surrounded by pretty plants, and can accommodate up to 100 guests. 

Expected opening: April 2024

Three Cuts

TOTÔ

Get ready for the ultimate Italian dining experience with Totó, featuring traditional recipes and fine wine, all set in a nostalgic 1950s Italian cinema-inspired setting. complete with piano and live music. Like Tatel, TOTÔ is backed by football player Cristiano Ronaldo and tennis star Rafael Nadal. The concept has already proven a culinary hit in Madrid and will open in Dubai at Vida Hotel Downtown.

Expected opening: April 2024

TOTÓ in Dubai

Akabeko

Scheduled to open on Palm West Beach in May, Akabeko will be a nose-to-tail dining concept. The approach ensures that every edible part of the animal is prepared and consumed. While the menu has not yet been unveiled, we know that it will serve premium Wagyu meat and specialise in a yakiniku experience, which translates to grilled meat dishes. In Japanese, akabeko means red cow and refers to a legendary animal in the Aizu region. The legend inspired a popular children’s toy. Now, the cow makes up Akabeko in Dubai’s brand logo.

Expected opening: May 2024

Akabeko Dubai

Jamavar Dubai

With locations in Bengaluru, Chennai, Doha, London, New Delhi and Mumbai, it was only a matter of time before the Indian fine dining restaurant Jamavar opened its doors in Dubai. Taking its name from the intricate 16th-century lace shawls of Kashmir, Jamavar is known for its luxurious pan-Indian cuisine. The menu pays homage to the subcontinent, showcasing dishes from the royal kitchens, such as Kid Goat Shami Kebab, Prawns Peera, Leela’s Lobster Neeruli and Rhubarb Chuski Falooda. Jamavar in Dubai is expected to open this winter on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd in Downtown Dubai, joining the likes of Asador de Aranda, CZN Burak, Em Sherif Cafe, Jun’s Dubai and Ting Irie in the popular dining enclave.

Expected opening: May 2024

Jamavar in Dubai

MiMi Mei Fair Dubai

Although an opening date has yet to be officially announced, FACT has been told to expect the Dubai outpost of MiMi Mei Fair to open in late 2023/early 2024 on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd in Downtown Dubai. Judging by the London menu, we expect MiMi Mei Fair in Dubai to feature the restaurant’s signature Apple Wood-Fired Roasted Peking Duck, Wagyu Black Pepper Beef Baked Puff, Peking Duck Bao, Crispy Mandarin Beef and tempting dim sum selections. While we’re unsure if the restaurant will be renamed MiMi Dubai for its Middle Eastern debut, you can read our full review of the London location here.

Expected opening: May 2024 TBC

MiMi Mei Fair in Dubai

China Tang Dubai

Like its counterpart at The Dorchester Hotel in London, a branch of the upmarket Cantonese restaurant China Tang will open at The Lana, Dorchester Collection this summer. Established by businessman, philanthropist, and socialite Sir David Tang, the restaurant has earned a well-deserved reputation for stellar service and exquisite presentation of traditional Chinese dishes. From the tempting Dim Sum offerings to signature dishes like the succulent Char Siu, Ma Po Tofu, Yu Xiang Aubergine, and the perfectly bronzed Peking Duck, the China Tang menu showcases centuries of perfected recipes and celebrates the artistry of Chinese cuisine.

Expected opening: Summer 2024

China Tang Dubai

Mr Chow

A-listers including Adele, Bella Hadid and Justin Bieber have been spotted at Mr Chow. With restaurants across the world, from Beverly Hills to Riyadh. Mr Chow Dubai will be located in the Dubai International Financial District (DIFC), taking over the space previously occupied by the Indochine. The opening has been created in partnership with Saudi hospitality firm, MJS Holding, marking the group’s first restaurant opening outside of the Kingdom. The Mr Chow Dubai menu will likely include all the Mr Chow signatures, such as the Chicken Satay, Green Prawns, Peking Duck and handmade noodles. Guests will also be able to watch the Insta-worthy hand-pulled noodle show. 

Expected opening: Summer 2024

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Sufret Maryam

Bait Maryam is one of the UAE’s much-loved Middle Eastern restaurants. The team have been awarded the MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand and has a firm following. Now, it is expanding and creating Sufret Maryam in Dubai. Located in Wasl 51, Sufret Maryam will offer an elevated take on Levantine cuisine. The Palestinian chef Salam Daqqaq will be at its helm, and draws inspiration from her ancestorial roots. So far, we know that Sufret Maryam will be designed by Samar Zaakhem. The interior design firm specialises in hospitality and retail spaces. The team shared, “It’s not just a restaurant; it’s where flavours meet passion.”

Expected opening: Summer 2024

Sufret Maryam

The Showhouse

Dubai has no shortage of dinner and show experiences. Now, another exciting venue is poised to join this culinary landscape. Nestled in Dubai Marina, The Showhouse is set to take over the reins from the renowned Japanese hotspot, Koyo. Situated within the InterContinental Dubai Marina, The Showcase is set to carry forward the legacy of its predecessor while infusing it with its own charm. While the finer details of The Showhouse remain shrouded in mystery, the anticipation is palpable, fueled by hints on Instagram of “a new era of immersion” and “theatrical dining.” The Showhouse is backed by Solutions Leisure, the creative minds behind Asia Asia and Lock, Stock & Barrel and So Much Trouble.

Expected opening: Summer 2024

The Showhouse Dubai

African Queen

For those in search of a captivating blend of French and African cuisine, African Queen is destined to become a must-visit. This distinctive culinary haven, originally established in the South of France in 1969, has been delighting taste buds with delectable offerings like Artichoke with vinaigrette, Filet au Poivre, and Salade Nicoise. Now, guided by the culinary expertise of Chef Thierry Paludetto, African Queen extends its exquisite dining experience to the shores of J1 Beach. It promises an extraordinary gastronomic voyage centred on the fusion of French and African flavours, accompanied by exotic beverages, all within a casual yet elegantly chic atmosphere.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Almayass by the Sea

Hailing from Beirut, Almayass by the Sea introduces an enticing fusion of Lebanese and Armenian cuisines. Under the skilful guidance of Chefs Mardeg Barsomian and Jad Abou Zeid, you’ll encounter a delightful array of signature dishes, including Kebab Karaz and Manti. Renowned for receiving the Michelin Guide’s coveted Bib Gourmand award in Abu Dhabi, Almayass holds a cherished place in the culinary world. This new beachfront establishment promises a seafood-centric menu teeming with mezze-style creations, utilizing the freshest ingredients. Its welcoming ambience creates the perfect setting for an unforgettable seaside dining experience.

Expected opening: September 2024

Almayass by the Sea

Bâoli Beach

If you’re craving contemporary Japanese cuisine infused with innovative Asian influences, Bâoli is the place to be. With its lush jungle-inspired setting, this establishment has already created a sensation in Miami and Cannes, and now it’s set to mesmerise Dubai. Bâoli promises an exceptional dining adventure for those in search of something truly extraordinary. Its sanctuary-like aesthetics make it an essential destination for those who appreciate dining with unparalleled style.

Expected opening: September 2024

Bâoli Dubai

Chouchou

Chouchou, an elite beach house members-only club, is a French paradise nestled along the Dubai coastline. While the beach house itself is reserved for members, the restaurant is accessible to the general public. Here, you’ll discover a serene beach and poolside lounge, and an upscale French cuisine restaurant. Complete with a living room, rooftop terrace, and a signature Rose pool, Chouchou provides an inviting ambience that caters to both members and visitors.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Gigi Rigolatto

Gigi Rigolatto transports the allure of the Italian lifestyle to the shores of Dubai. With a thoughtfully curated menu and meticulous design encompassing a verdant garden, private pool, Bellini bar, kids’ circus, and concept store, Gigi Rigolatto is tailored for discerning individuals who relish life’s luxuries. Anticipate an exceptional haven where you can immerse yourself in the essence of Italian refinement while relishing superb beachside cuisine.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Gitano

Born amidst the lush tropical jungles of Mexico and having ventured across the globe with branches in Miami, New York, Tulum, and now Dubai, Gitano offers an elevated fusion of dining and dancing. Here, you can relish signature mezcal cocktails and savour a contemporary Mexican menu. The essence of “gitano,” or gypsy spirit, infuses this venue, rendering it a diverse, eclectic, and imaginative destination for those in search of a captivating beachside experience.

Expected opening: September 2024

Gitano

INÁ

Embark on a culinary journey at INÁ, where each visit guarantees a dive into the very vibrant soul of Africa. Set against the backdrop of J1 Beach, INÁ will stand out as a top-tier dining destination, offering more than just meals. With a focus on open-fire cooking, the essence of Africa takes over every dish, blending authentic flavours and traditions with a modern twist — promising an experience like no other.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Kaimana

Kaimana, a term that signifies the ‘spirit of the ocean’ in Polynesian culture, provides a complete and immersive dining adventure brimming with Asian-Polynesian flavours. Unwind beside the private pool and beach while relishing exceptional cuisine and sipping on signature cocktails at Kai Bar.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

La Baia

Originating from Manhattan, New York, La Baia is an elegant Italian restaurant that draws inspiration from the enchanting Amalfi Coast. Offering both indoor and alfresco dining choices, along with sweeping sea vistas, La Baia’s culinary offerings celebrate the traditions of coastal Italy, ensuring a memorable dining encounter.

Expected opening: September 2024

La Baia

Lunico

Lunico is the fusion of Spanish-Mediterranean cuisine and culinary artistry. At this restaurant, accomplished chefs seamlessly blend tradition with innovation to create dishes that captivate the senses. With meticulously crafted cocktails, live entertainment, and a touch of luxury, Lunico offers an unforgettable dining experience at this coastal gem.

Expected opening: September 2024

Lunico

Meat The Fish

Beirut’s Meat the Fish will make its Dubai debut at Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab in September. The casual concept known for its menu of seasonal-inspired MediterrAsian dishes can be found in Lebanon and London. Founded in 2012 to meet the growing needs of private clients, Meat the Fish began as a premium provider of meat and fish for home delivery. This focus on quality soon blossomed into a full-fledged restaurant, bringing Mediterranean-Asian fusion cuisine to diners. When it comes to the menu, diners can expect an exploration of Mediterranean and Asian flavours. Spanning breakfast, lunch and dinner, the signature dishes include Beef Baos, Black Cod Donburi, Grilled Octopus, Poke Bowls, and Whipped Feta.

Expected opening: September 2024

Meat the Fish

Mun

Mun Dubai harmoniously merges Asian elegance with a touch of fantasy, inviting guests to savour communal dishes and Asian-inspired beverages within an authentic oriental beach garden ambience. This sanctuary offers a tranquil escape from the city’s bustling pace, allowing you to indulge in Asian delicacies complemented by spirits that capture the delightful fusion of fresh herbs, fruits, and spices.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Sakhalin

Sakhalin is a culinary destination where local and Far Eastern ingredients harmonize with Mediterranean and Asian culinary traditions, giving birth to MediterrAsian cuisine. Under the guidance of executive chef Alexey Kogay, a Michelin-recognized establishment, this restaurant offers an innovative menu brimming with artistic creativity, all set against the backdrop of the enchanting shoreline.

Expected opening: September 2024

J1 Beach

Sirene by Gaia

Conceived by Evgeny Kuzin and Chef Izu Ani, Sirene Beach by Gaia invites you to indulge in a relaxed coastal experience right in the heart of Dubai. This culinary haven whisks guests away to a scenic beachside setting, capturing the essence of a Greek summer with its genuine Mediterranean flavours from Greece.

Expected opening: September 2024

Sirene Beach by GAIA

AYLA Beach

Journey into the Eastern Mediterranean’s 50s and 60s golden era guided by the culinary culture of the Levant complimented by a serene beachside environment and spectacular views of Dubai. Opening soon at Palm West Beach, Ayla Beach’s menu features locally caught fish and sustainably sourced fresh ingredients that come together in countless modern and traditional dishes. 

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

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Cyrano

Cyrano is a charming eatery that has travelled from the bustling streets of Gemmayze in Beirut to Dubai World Trade Centre. Offering a laid-back atmosphere, this casual all-day restaurant transforms from a wholesome brunch spot to a stylish cocktail bar by night. Its menu features a range of hearty and wholesome dishes, perfect for any time of day.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

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D’Lirio Dubai

Sunset Hospitality Group has been wowing Dubai with its latest bar and restaurant openings. Now, it is adding another one to the list. D’Lirio Dubai is coming to the city. Although the details are currently under wraps, here’s what we know about the concept. D’Lirio Dubai has not yet confirmed its opening date or location. The Instagram shares the strong, sultry logo and hints at the opening of a new hotspot that will be coming soon.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

D’Lirio Dubai

Evie’s

Transport yourself back in time to the roaring 1920s at Evie’s, a new up-and-coming restaurant in DIFC. This supper club-style establishment promises to combine imaginative dining with live music and entertainment. While details are scarce, expect a decadent ambience and a playful nod to the glamour and glitz of the era. Evie’s comes to Dubai from the dynamic duo Chef Izu Ani and Evgeny Kuzin, the guys responsible for Alaya and the FACT Award-winning GAIA.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Babylon in Dubai

Frantzén and Studio Frantzén

Get ready for a new Nordic adventure at Studio Frantzén. Indulge in the unique blend of Nordic gastronomy with Asian influence, served in a luxurious, modern Scandinavian setting at Atlantis, The Palm. Björn Frantzén’s refined cooking highlights pure ingredients, while the lively atmosphere and carefully curated music complete the immersive experience. 

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Frantzén Dubai

Gatsby Barcelona

The upcoming dinner show concept Gatsby Barcelona’s motto is “A little party never killed nobody.” This Spanish restaurant, set to launch this year at Palm Jumeirah, offers a luxurious dinner show where the dining experience is a blend of avant-garde and cosmopolitan styles. The menu combines contemporary cuisine with Spanish classics, expertly crafted cocktails and wine pairings.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Gastby Barcelona Dubai

Hanu

South Korean culture is taking over the globe, from K-pop bands to Oscar-worthy films. Now, a new Korean restaurant is heading to Dubai. Located at St. Regis Gardens on Palm Jumeirah, Hanu will be serving contemporary Korean cuisine. Hanu in Dubai will be a family-friendly dining destination and great for groups. The restaurant will boast a traditional setting, and superb sharing dishes. As for the name, it refers to a Korean breed of cattle that is native to the country and is a rare meat used for hanwoo beef. The meat is regarded as a premium beef, and gives us some idea of what to expect from the menu.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

St. Regis Gardens Hanu Dubai

IT Restaurant

Get ready for a new dining destination that promises to be a hit – IT Restaurant. This global brand is known for its chic interiors, soulful music, and exceptional Mediterranean cuisine. With locations in party hotspots around the world such as Ibiza, London, Mykonos and Tulum, IT restaurant is set to bring its signature vibe to East Park in Dubai.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

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Kygo

Get ready for an unparalleled culinary journey as Kygo, the new Japanese omakase restaurant, is set to open in Four Seasons DIFC. The chefs will showcase their mastery of the art of omakase, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients to create a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Kygo is another concept from Izu Ani and Evgeny Kuzin’s Fundamental Hospitality group,

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Four Seasons DIFC

La Môme

La Môme, the upscale Cannes-born restaurant and cocktail bar is set to open in Dubai’s East Park. The venue promises Art Deco interiors, an exquisite menu curated by Chef Julian Cazalas, and music that will transform your dinner into a dancing party – a must-visit for any foodie and party-goer.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

La Mome

Mr Porter

Mr Porter, the popular steakhouse from Amsterdam and Barcelona, is set to open in Dubai’s East Park. The concept is a blend of a modern steakhouse and a trendy lounge, with a lively atmosphere that highlights the music, mixology, and menu. Get ready for a fun-dining experience.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

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Sexy Fish Dubai

Between its resident DJs, opulent interiors, artworks by the likes of Damien Hirst and Frank Gehry, and a diverse menu inspired by the seas of Asia, Sexy Fish has won rave reviews since its London debut in 2015. The trendy restaurant and bar currently runs three restaurants – one in London, one in Manchester and another in Miami – and is gearing up for its new venue in Dubai. We’re hoping the Dubai outpost will retain the signature dishes of the original Sexy Fish, such as duck salad, vegetarian sushi, smoked tuna belly, crispy eringi mushroom, black cod, and king crab, with the addition of new dishes and seasonally inspired flavours. 

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Sexy Fish

Shoku

Get ready for the ultimate Japanese dining experience as chef Nic Watt, co-founder of the acclaimed ROKA, brings Shoku to Dubai. This upcoming restaurant at Dubai’s East Park promises to embody the spirit of Japanese cuisine, featuring the freshest ingredients and masterful techniques. With Nic’s impressive background, expect nothing less than a top-notch dining experience.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Shoku Dubai

Sobremesa

Sobremesa is opening in Souk Al Bahar, serving Spanish cuisine and cocktails. Sobremesa translates literally to upon the table. The idea comes from the Spanish tradition of relaxing after a meal, and letting the conversation (and cocktails) flow freely. So, instead of being turned away once you’ve finished your food, you’ll be encouraged to stay. Sobremesa’s food menu draws inspiration from Mexican and Spanish recipes. The drink’s menu has been created in partnership with El Copitas Bar, which is a bar in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The Mexican bar is known for its collection of spirits and creative cocktails. For five years in a row, it has featured on the World’s 50 Best Bars list. To add to the atmosphere, in the evening, there will be live music inspired by mariachi bands and carnivals.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Sombremasa

Tang Dubai

The Cantonese meets Japanese concept Tang is opening in Downtown Dubai, and it will boast views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountains. Tang can originally be found in Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa. The name refers to the Tang dynasty, which placed an importance on the senses, creativity and taste. Entrepreneur Nicky van der Walt is behind Miramar Collection, which includes Tang Sandton and Tang Waterfront. Opening inside Palace Downtown, we’re hoping that the Dubai menu reflects the South African menu. Group Executive Chef Vixa Kalenga’s original menu draws its inspiration from contemporary Japanese cuisine and Hong Kong’s Cantonese food.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Tang Dubai

Tavolina

Get ready to indulge in a taste of Italy with the arrival of a new trattoria in Dubai. This charming eatery, originally from Beirut, promises a laid-back atmosphere with warm hospitality at East Park. Enjoy traditional Italian dishes cooked to perfection, served with a smile by a team of welcoming staff. The perfect spot for a casual meal with friends and family.

Expected opening: 2024 TBC

Tavolina

Zuma Dubai Beachhouse

Opening its doors in 2025 in La Mer, Zuma Dubai Beachhouse will mark the brand’s third outpost in the UAE. Located adjacent to the Gran Melia Dubai, there’s no doubt that Zuma Dubai Beachhouse will be a buzzing lifestyle hub for those seeking some downtime in the city. With a resident DJ on the deck and comfy day beds by the pool, this venue will also boast a lounge and a bar, along with a 140-metre-long beachfront with views of the Arabian Gulf. As expected, no Zuma experience is complete without some food, so prepare to be treated to an izakaya menu at this coastal location. Zuma Dubai Beachhouse will be open for lunch and pool bookings every single day.

Expected opening: 2025 TBC

Zuma Dubai Beachhouse

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