Top 5 Chinese Restaurants In Dubai For 2020

There are more than a dozen Chinese restaurants in Dubai, but a few left us longing for more! Whether its Szechuan noodles, a wholesome coconut- chicken soup or the very humble rice pudding, there’s a certain aroma in Chinese cuisine that makes it a addictive and these restaurants get it bang on always!

We’ve picked the top five Chinese restaurants in Dubai. Tell us how many you have tried!

1. Blue Jade

If its quality that matters more than quantity, Blue Jade at The Walk is a must-go. One of the best Chinese restaurants in Dubai, the restaurant ensures only the choicest of ingredients are incorporated in their dishes, satiating even the pickiest of eaters. True to the Chinese flavours, Blue Jade has mastered the art of striking the right balance between sweet and savoury. And, this clearly reflects in all their creations, be it the wholesome Miso soup, the Szechuan aubergines or the irresistible rice pudding. To sum it, Blue Jade succeeds in delivery a slice of China in every bite!

Where: The Walk at Jbr, The Ritz-Carlton
Timings: 6pm – 11pm
Cost: AED 430 for two
Contact:
04 3186150

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2. Long Yin

Catering to dishes belonging to Cantonese and Szechuan food, Long Yin leaves you feel satisfied about dining in one of the best Chinese restaurants in Dubai. Apart from a delectable menu, the rustic interiors are sure to catch your attention as you step in. Crispy Duck, Prawn Sui Mai, and Wasabi Prawns are an all-time favourite of people who frequent the place. Enjoy your meal with a selection of wines or indulge in a humble mango pudding to end it on a sweet note. Sounds like a dream, right?

Where: La Promenade, Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Airport Road, Al Garhoud
Timings: 12:30pm – 5pm, 6pm – 11pm
Cost: AED 275 for two
Contact: 04 7022455

Credits: Long Yin/ Facebook

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3. Shanghai Chic

Drenched in purple and black along with sculptures depicting ancient warriors, Shanghai Chic is one of the Chinese restaurants in Dubai that effortlessly transports you to China land. Tucked inside the Movenpick hotel, Shanghai Chic offers delectable dishes, which make this place a go-to over weekends. As for the menu, regulars swear by their bao- pork dumplings served in a delicious broth and sweet chili chicken. So, now you know what to order!

Where: Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai, Ground Level, Near Ibn Battuta Mall, Jebel Ali Village
Timings: 6:30pm – 11pm
Cost: AED 310 for two
Contact: 04 4445613

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4. Mekong

Antantara resort’s signature dining venue, Mekong lets you experience the traditional flavours of Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese delicacies, all under one roof. One of the best Chinese restaurants in Dubai, the restaurant offers a personal twist to some of the famous dishes and that’s what makes foodies go back for more. The seating is quirky- pick a rickshaw style dining set up or opt for a private dining room, for a more intimate meal. Start your meal with steamed dumplings or indulge in a therapeutic Tom Kah Gai- a wholesome chicken coconut soup. Go on and binge on Pad Thai, Banana Fritters, or the all-time favourite Peking Duck. Opt for the sharing platter if you’re in a large group.

Where: Anantara Hotel Dubai The Palm
Timings: 6pm – 11:30pm
Cost: AED 470 for two
Contact: 04 5678888, 04 5678304

Credits: Mekong/ Facebook

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5. Zheng He

If you’re up for a simple and low-key Chinese dinner, head to Zheng He. This place is nothing fancy, but serves some of the best Chinese delicacies. And why not- the dishes are tossed in signature spices and that makes all the difference! The restaurant is famous for its spicy mustard prawns and the toothfish (for the adventurous eaters). With a relaxing backdrop, this restaurant is perfect for those who like to chill in a tranquil setting.
Where: Ground Floor, Mina A’ Salam, Madinat Jumeirah
Timings: 12noon – 3pm, 6:30pm – 11:30pm
Cost: AED 600 for two
Contact: 04 5260385

Credits: Zheng He/ Facebook

Vaishnavi Venkataraman
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