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July 26, 2017

The 5 Most Expensive Restaurants in Dubai

By Lauren Jade Hill

Dubai is famous for its lavish experiences as the setting for some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and a collection of exclusive restaurants. From dining on premium Wagyu on floor 122 of the Burj Khalifa to tucking into Canadian lobster with a view over the Arabian Gulf, the most expensive restaurants in Dubai offer a memorable experience as well as an exceptional meal.

Billionaire Mansion Dubai

A part of the Billionaire Life group created by entrepreneur Flavio Briatore, this venue comprising a restaurant, nightclub, bar and lounge is aimed at the international jet set. Located within the Taj Hotel, Billionaire Mansion combines opulence with contemporary design throughout its sprawling interiors. The restaurant then offers authentic Italian fare alongside modern Japanese cuisine, with live dinner shows performed by dancers, singers and acrobats. Opt for the Beluga caviar or Wagyu tomahawk.

Cavalli Club Dubai

Launched in collaboration with lauded designer Roberto Cavalli, the Cavalli Club is celebrated for its lavish interiors featuring glistening chandeliers and waterfalls within the modern lounge and the restaurant that spans three floors. Gourmet Italian and international cuisine is served here on Roberto Cavalli crockery, with a menu featuring dishes such as foie gras with balsamic onion jam and organic clementines, and New York steak of Wagyu grade 9+, which is one of Casa Cavalli’s signature table-side preparations.

At.mosphere Burj Khalifa

Spanning floor 122 of Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa, this restaurant and bar is best known for its far reaching views, but it is also held in high regard for its culinary offering. Within this contemporary elegant space, diners are served dishes incorporating fine ingredients from around the world. Sturia caviar and oysters can be followed by premium seafood and meat, or a seven-course Garden Experience .

La Cantine du Faubourg

This stylish French restaurant and lounge was created by the artists and sculptors Pierre Pirajean and Helena Paraboschi with five key principles in mind: sound, music, image, art and food. While predominantly taking inspiration from Paris, the menu here offers fusion cuisine, including whole king crab leg, Beluga caviar and John Stone Côte de bœuf, along with accompaniments such as black summer truffle and seared foie gras.

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In its setting at the end of the pier at Jumeirah Al Qasr, this seafood restaurant commands views out across the Arabian Gulf, making it one of Dubai’s most romantic dining venues. Modern European cuisine using ingredients from the sea is the focus here, with a menu featuring dishes such as Imperial caviar, a shellfish and seafood platter, and grilled Canadian lobster.

For more inspiration on where to eat on your travels, take a look at the world’s Top 100 Restaurants.

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