10 New Restaurants In Dubai To Head To This Month

New Restaurants In Dubai
by Curly Tales Desk

Being a foodie in the city of Dubai is an enriching experience as there are many new restaurants popping up all the time. From mainstream cuisines to lesser-known culinary marvels, there is something for everyone. So if you’re also constantly on the prowl for the newest places to hang out in the city, then this list has been written just for you. So let’s dive right in, shall we?

10 New Restaurants In Dubai To Head To This Month

May 2023

1. Parker’s

Indigenous idea At the Dubai Mall, Parker’s has opened its flagship location, providing a relaxed hideaway with unmatched views of the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain inspired by a charming Parisian park. Enjoy specialities like the Za’atar benedict, the Shrimp taco pizza, the Truffle sando, and the Seafood risotto. Don’t forget to have the famous Matilda cake for dessert!

Where: Al Safa
When: 12 pm to 12 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

2. Eleven Green


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Eleven Green is a brand-new, locally developed, burger bistro concept in Dubai. With a permanent location serving freshly made, high-quality burgers that are expertly prepared, Sultan and Kinda Chatila are poised to once again take the local gastronomic scene by storm.

Where: Meyan Mall
When: 12:30 pm – 6 pm
Cost (for two): On Demand



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MESA serves Mediterranean cuisine that’s meant to be shared, and the producers, farmers, and producers who supply its components are all nearby. The excellent beverage selection makes for a wonderful eating experience. You have the option of sitting inside or by the pool.

Where: Al Quadra
When: 10 am to 12 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

4. Emmy Squared

The popular restaurant focuses on making grandma pies in the New York and Detroit styles. The Beach Walk Hotel in Jumeirah, Dubai, now houses Emmy Squared.

Where: Umm Sequin
When: 12 pm to 12 am
Cost (for two): AED 225

5. La Sirène


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A culinary idea that takes you to the Mediterranean coasts. At La Sirene restaurant and terrace with stunning views of Palm Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab, style enthusiasts may indulge in a contemporary interpretation of Beirut’s seaside cuisine.

Where: Palm View Dubai
When: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
6:00 pm – 11.00 pm
Cost (for two): On Demand

6. KRASOTA Dubai


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The group behind Moscow’s renowned White Rabit restaurant created this location as an immersive gastro-theatre attraction. KRASOTA, which opened on April 15 at The Address Downtown Hotel in Dubai, combines “visual art, haute cuisine, and advanced technology” to give a distinctive dining experience. The eatery is an experiential endeavour that tries to combine good dining and visual fine arts.

Where: Downtown Dubai
When: 7 pm to 12 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

7. Hawker Boi


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The Park in JLT will welcome a fresh dedicated eatery from the mysterious Hawker Boi. Hawker Boi’s inaugural restaurant, which is situated on the first floor above the kid-friendly Australian cafe Splendour Fields, is anticipated to provide a menu with Southeast Asian flavours that are comparable to that of the popular sell-out dinner club.

Where: JLT
When: 7 am to 12 am
Cost (for two): AED 250

8. Tagomago


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At the foot of the Palm Jumeirah, there is a stunning beach club and restaurant called Tagomago. It takes its name and design cues from a wild private island off the coast of Ibiza. The newly constructed area features beachside bars, a magnificent outdoor seating area, and a stunning restaurant with traditional Spanish cuisine prepared by a chef who was imported from Spain.

Where: The Palm Jumeirah
When: 10 am-1 am
Cost (for two): Dhs200 per person

9. Bartartine


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Bartartine, a global institution known for its tartines and nutritious breakfast options, has established its first location in Dubai. The new restaurant, which is housed at Dubai Hills Mall, provides both indoor and alfresco sitting options. The menu offers speciality coffee brewed with organic blends along with breakfast, lunch, and supper options.

Where: Dubai Hills Mall
When: 9 am-12 am
Cost (for two): AED 195

10. Haidialo


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The well-known Sichuan, China hot pot restaurant Haidilao is renowned for its traditional Chinese fare and unique dining experience. The Dubai Mall Chinatown area’s greatest F&B space is located here. The company has expanded to other nations, launching its newest location in the UAE among them.

Where: Downtown Dubai
When: 10 am-1 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

February 2023

1. Sumosan


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Sumosan Dubai is a brand-new Japanese restaurant that opened its doors at The Dubai Edition Hotel. Offering traditional Japanese cuisine with a novel twist, their menu of mouth-watering dishes will tempt the foodie in you. The beautifully decked restaurant features favourites, such as 24-Hour Miso Marinated Black Cod, 48-Hour Marinated Slow-Cooked Beef Short Ribs, and Classic Sumosan Surprise Lobster Salad.

Where: The Edition Dubai – Dubai Fountain St – Downtown Dubai – Dubai
When: 6 pm to 2 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

2. Andina


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With a promise of delivering the taste of the traditional culture and food of the Andean Mountains, Andina is a vibrant restaurant located in Dubai Marina. While you immerse yourself in the Peruvian culture, don’t forget to throw back a popular drink, Chicha Morada. This famed tipple is made from purple corn! Besides the pretty decor and lip-smacking drinks, their menu of delectable nibbles includes Corn Tamale, Salmon Tiradito, Tuna Ceviche, and Aubergine Tacu Tacu. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?

Where: Unit 203 Marina Gate Towers – Dubai Marina – Dubai
When: 11:30 am to 1 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

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3. Attiko


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If your idea of a perfect meal includes panoramic views then Attiko is totally worth checking out. Located on the 31st floor of the W Dubai, the stylishly bedecked dining area is set against the blingy backdrop of twinkling buildings, making it a great date place. Besides the expansive terrace area, they have an equally regal lounge that boasts dramatically dark interiors. So don’t forget to click a few Instagrammable pictures during your visit here!

Where: Floor 31 – W Dubai Mina Seyahi – King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud St – Dubai
When: 5 pm to 2 am
Cost (for two): AED330

4. Nazcaa


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Offering a mesmerising view of the magnificent Burj Khalifa and Downtown Dubai from its terrace, Nazcaa will steal your breath away. The restaurant offers Nikkei cuisine, a synthesis of Peru’s and Japan’s culinary traditions. As a result, their Peruvian Japanese menu includes a wide selection of toothsome delights, such as Royal Guard Ceviche, Wagyu Truffle Miso, and Takoyaki. Don’t forget to pair these up with tantalising tipples like Cusco Punch and Pachamama!

Where: Al Ohood Street, The Address Fountain Views – Level 12 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd – Downtown Dubai – Dubai
When: 12 pm to 4 pm & 7 pm to 3 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

5. La Niña


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La Niña is a beautiful restaurant that will leave you drooling with its array of dishes. These offerings have been inspired by the seafaring routes from the Iberian Peninsula to South America. As it happens, the beautiful wall murals and glimmering chandeliers hanging from the ceiling are also reminiscent of voyages. So, once you are done taking in the dazzling decor, dive into their carefully curated selection of Latin American dishes.

Where: ICD Brookfield Place, Al Mustaqbal St, DIFC, Dubai
When: 12 pm to 4 pm & 7:30 pm to 1 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

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6. CouCou Dubai


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The next time you decide to visit Palm Jumeirah, you must stop by CouCou Dubai. Sitting proudly at the height of 240 metres above the ground, this rooftop restaurant and lounge offers views for days. The unprecedented view of the Arabian Sea sunset certainly gives it a romantic vibe. However, as the sun goes down, the restaurant comes alive with fantastic food, festival, and music! Their selection of delicious Mediterranean cuisine includes everything from pasta and pizzas to cold salads.

Where: The Palm Tower Level 52 – St. Regis – Palm Jumeirah – Dubai
When: 8 pm to 2 am
Cost (for two): AED520



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Another restaurant serving Peruvian Japanese cuisine, ONZE means 11 in Japanese. The regal lounge and equally impressive outdoor seating area make it a great spot to hang out with your buddies. While you’re here, don’t forget to spoil yourself with sumptuous dishes that include delectable options like Yakimeshi, Wagyu Nigiri, and Tuna Nikkei Taquitos.

Where: Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Port Saeed, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
When: 5 pm to 3 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

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8. Black Flamingo

If you wish to experience Miami within the city limits, then Black Flamingo is definitely the place that must be on your radar. The interiors of the restaurant boast a melange of colours that have been jazzed up by lush plants. Once you are done taking in the fetching decor, don’t forget to try their drool-worthy dishes that include everything from fresh tacos and quesadillas to salads and wings. Finally, end your meal on a sweet note with decadent desserts like Strawberry Churros and Exotic Basque Cheesecake.

Where: Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah, Palm West Beach, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai
When: 5 pm to 3 am & 1 pm to 3 am (Saturdays and Sundays)
Cost (for two): AED220

9. Hayal

Hayal translates to daydream in the Turkish language and the restaurant promises its patrons an immersive and creative dining experience. So, staying true to its name, the establishment doles out appetising Turkish cuisine with lively entertainment. During your visit, you must dig into palatable dishes, such as Fried Calamari, Kuzu Pirzola, Lokum Biftek, and Shish Tavuk Kebab.

Where: Mezzanine Floor, St. Regis Downtown – Dubai
When: 9 am to 4 pm & 6 pm to 1 am
Cost (for two): AED400

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10. La Table


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La Table is an intimate restaurant with a 50-diner space in the heart of DIFC. The hallmark of this place is that there will be a new chef and menu every three months. Additionally, there will also be an entirely new decor! They really do take the concept of pop-up restaurants to a whole new level. So, don’t forget to keep up with the ever-changing food, chef, and decor of this quirky restaurant.

Where: DIFC Gate Village 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
When: 12 pm to 12 am
Cost (for two): On Demand

Go ahead and start checking these places off your list!

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/andinadubai

This article was first published in February 2023 and has been updated since. 

With inputs from Anupriya Mishra and Deeplata Garde.

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