Katana is a robata and sushi bar type of Japanese restaurant which originated in Los Angeles. This year, they opened its doors to Dubai in the perfect location fronting the ever famous Burj Khalifa.
The restaurant has been known for pioneering the robata-style of Japanese cuisines where bamboo skewered gourmet fish, meat, and vegetables are grilled over a charcoal-induced open flame.
Located beside the Mall of Emirates at Al Barsha, Mr. Crab is a seafood restaurant that obviously specializes in serving crab dishes. Though, they also serve other seafood dishes such as Lobster, Shrimp, Squid, and mussels
Original Wings and Rings is an American style pub that offers a very cool hideout to spend on a Friday afternoon. Conveniently located near DIFC, this restaurant has been gaining its popularity for serving good food and drinks at a very reasonable price.
The food scene in Dubai has already started to expand. Though some place could get too overcrowded and drown you with endless options for dining, there are some which are tucked away from the crowd yet offers an experience that comes at par and even supersedes that of the mainstream restaurants around the city.
Recently, a new restaurant has been making a big buzz around the city for its intriguing plating techniques and distinguishing take on international cuisines fused with Indian cooking styles. Started out in India, Farzi Cafe has recently opened its newest branch in Dubai.
People who loves to eat are always the best people.