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Restauranter og Uteliv i Dubai

 

Du kan også spise her på Atlantis the Palm Hotel som har 17 restauranter og flere nattklubber.


 

 

 


 

 

På ferie i utlandet er det hyggelig å kunne smake på landets og byens lokale retter, og Dubai er intet unntak. Her må det smakes og spises. Den arabiske maten er god, den er lit uvann og den kan noen ganger være litt sterk. Prøv deg frem og få en arabisk nytelse enten på hoteller der du bor, eller på en av de mange lokale restaurantene, men husk at her som alle andre steder kan kvaliteten variere. Alkoholservering i Dubai er i utgangspunktet "fy - fy" og foregår som regel bare i de restauranter som har tilknytning til hotell eller andre turistinstallasjoner.

Nedenfor er noen eksempler på spisesteder og uteliv i Dubai (eng.). Mer info. kan du få på hotellet der du skal bo, - (Kanskje dette som har 1730 rom med det dyreste til 150' per natt).

 

 

 

 

 

Widely regarded as one of Dubai's  finest Thai restaurants, the distinctive Blue Elephant features a tranquil waterfall, exotic flowers and greenery, and intricate stained wood accents, creating the illusion that you're not in Dubai but in some quaint Southeast Asian village. The cuisine matches the decor stroke for stroke. Royal Thai dishes include herbs, spices and produce imported from Thailand, and the aromas of basil, chilies and lemongrass flow through the air, enticing first time patrons to order some of the spicier items (marked on the menu with red elephants). Saturdays feature an unforgettable lunch buffet.  

Hours: Daily Noon-3pm, 7pm-Midnight - Alcohol Served: Beer, Liquor, Wine

Ambiance: Bright, Intimate, Outdoor Dining, Quiet Conversation, Romantic - Cuisine: Asian, Thai

Dress: Business, Business Casual - Features: Disabled Accessible - Meals: Dinner, Lunch

Reservations: Recommended / Suggested   -   Website


 

 

The JW Marriott's Steakhouse has a reputation as the finest in Dubai, with steaks that "cut like butter" and the freshest lobster and seafood you'll find anywhere. Traditional American steakhouse décor (lots of wood, leather chairs, white linens), remarkably fine and fresh cuisine and top-notch service make this an ideal spot for enjoying a meal with a client or even that special someone.

Hours: Daily Noon-Midnight - Alcohol Served: Beer, Liquor, Wine

Ambiance: Cozy, Elegant, Intimate, Quiet Conversation, Romantic - Cuisine: American

Dining Style: Fine Dining - Dress: Business, Business Casual

Features: Bar / Lounge, Non-Smoking, Parties / Private Rooms

Meals: Business Dinner, Business Lunch, Dinner, Lunch - Parking: On-site, Valet

Reservations: Recommended / Suggested   -   Website


 

 

 

 

Definitely one for that special occasion, La Baie's opulent surroundings are matched by their superb cuisine, prepared by chefs at the top of their culinary game. The restaurant's foray into seafood specialization has been a huge success and, currently, La Baie is a strutting peacock. The outdoor terrace is an idyllic spot in winter, overlooking the Gulf and hotel gardens.

 

Hours: Daily 1pm-2:45pm, 8pm-11:45pm - Pricing: Average Main Course Price: 200.00 U.A.E. Dirham

Alcohol Served: Beer, Liquor, Wine - Ambiance: Elegant

Cuisine: Asian, Continental, European, French, Fusion - Dining Style: Fine Dining - Dress: Business

Meals: Dinner, Lunch - Reservations: Absolutely Required, Recommended / Suggested - Website


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just look for the enormous Fender Stratocasters: no other place in Dubai has two guitars for a front door. A celebration of rock and roll music and iconography, Hard Rock Cafés are major tourist draws all over the world. Sure, it's a place that youngsters flock to for a souvenir t-shirt or ball cap, but it's also one of the area's best bars. To wet your whistle, try one of the house beers, order some fries to nibble on, and enjoy the anonymity of the crowds.

 

Hours: Daily Noon-2am - Admission: No Cover Charge - Alcohol: Beer

Dress: Business Casual, Casual - Features: Group Friendly - Food Served: Appetizers, Pub Grub

Music: Rock - Type: Bar  -  Website


 

 

Dubai's famous Irish Village recreates the look, feel and charm of a traditional pub, easily making it a favorite watering hole among expats. The pub grub is just as it ought to be, simple and hearty. Outdoor seating gets packed in winter. Small wonder: few things in life compare to downing a stout under the surreal desert twilight. The Village is hosting more live acts these days, everyone from Bob Geldof to Chrissie Hynde, and it's predictably standing room only on St Patrick's Day.

 

 

Hours: Sat-Wed 11am-1am; Thu-Fri 11am-2am - Admission: No Cover Charge - Alcohol: Beer

Ambiance: Outdoor, Relaxed - Dress: Business Casual, Casual - Entertainment: Live Music

Features: Group Friendly, Happy Hour Specials - Food: Appetizers, Pub Grub, Snacks

Music: Rock, Varies - Type: Live Music, Pub   -   Website

  


 


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