Dubai is the perfect place for people looking for spending their times partying, having fun, and going wild in the lively atmosphere of Dubai Restaurants. We also need to remember that Dubai is a perfect place for family gatherings. One can enjoy a lot of outdoor activities with the family, whether you’re going out on safari adventures, watching movies, or casually going to the family atmospheric restaurants in Dubai.
We have compiled a list of some family-friendly Dubai restaurants to consider. We selected them based on the feedback provided by the chaps at ReserveOut.com, the online restaurants reservations website in Dubai.
Inspired by the bustling, eclectic marketplace atmosphere of the Arabic souk. Set in the newly-opened Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach. Suq offers families a spot to gather and enjoy an array of international cuisines. Suq’s opens their doors to welcome groups and families in a poolside garden terrace featuring an area dedicated for children to rejoice and have fun.The food menu will definitely satisfy both Western and Eastern tastes.
If you’re thinking about having some traditional gathering in a laid-back atmosphere, gather the family and head straight to Suq. I’d recommend trying the Friday brunch, and I must say that the staff is very welcoming and helpful. Average price is $95 for 2 persons (no spirits).
Certo Italian Restaurant
One of the things that distinguish Italy is their values for family bonds, and that is reflected in Certo Italian restaurant. Serving authentic Italian cuisines in Dubai, Certo offers their guests a wood-fired oven pizza, creative pasta dishes, and many other dishes prepared with the freshest ingredients.
With its strategic location in Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City, Certo is the perfect place for business lunches during weekdays. In the same time, family gatherings can also enjoy an expansive list of a-la-carte menu for lunch and dinner, or opt for a relaxed Friday brunch. Certo offers a play room for kids, so parents can enjoy the fine menu.
Remember to order the special Agnolotti Ripienni dish; a sea bass and shrimp filled pasta. It’s simply like no other! Average price is $45 for 1 person, $20 for children (no spirits).
Located in the charming Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), Amwaj Rotana, looking (partially) at the beach. Gathering chefs from all around the globe to prepare international buffet in the middle of a vibrant open kitchen.
Horizon presents an amazing setting that is perfect for catching up with friends or gathering with the family. With their extensive menu, they ensure to offer a variety to choose from, to meet the needs of the youngest and eldest member of the family. What the menu lacks is made up in the setting, surroundings, and atmosphere.
Qutoof Restaurant and Cafe
If you’re craving for a taste of Lebanon, “Qutoof”, which translates to “Fruit or Vegetable Picking” is an inviting restaurant. It radiates with Lebanese hospitality and goodness vibes. Located in Gloria Hotel, Dubai Media City, Qutoof offers the freshest ingredients to prepare tantalizing meals for the guests. The taste will take them from being in the middle of one of the most crowded business cities in the world, straight to the cozy, family gathering neighborhoods of Lebanon where everything tastes authentic and warm.
Dubai is full of many many Lebanese restaurants, that you need to try many of them because they are really good. Still, Qutoof is a Dubai restaurants gem in the rough. Word of warning for those looking for vegetarian food, this is a hard to find option on a Lebanese restaurant’s cuisine. On the brighter side, the average price is $40 for 2 persons (no spirits) and it’s open from 11AM till 5AM. The entertainment program includes live music and Arabic songs!
Rasoi Indian Restaurant, Coral Deira Hotel
Not only is it an authentic Indian restaurant, Rasoi is also a perfect destination to chill with your family. Popular for their superb selection of authentic Mughlai – North Indian cuisine, this restaurant takes pride in being the only outlet of its kind in the Middle East. Due to exotic atmosphere that takes pretty much a huge chunk on the Indian culture, and perfectly spiced Indian food, Rasoi is the place to get a sense of what India is all about, while in Dubai.
Dubai Restaurants Never Stop Surprising Everyone!
Having said this, one need to point out the obvious, Dubai is a very dynamic city, that never stops to change. New hotels keep coming up, new restaurants keep bringing new chefs and adding more wonders to their menus. Keeping up with such a vibrant city is hard, ask those who live there!