Also getting a mention is Deira Spice Souk where you can shop in the market and experience the restaurants or eat on-the-go.
If you know Dubai then you know Friday brunch a big hotel is a must-try for visitors, and whether you’re up for a la carte or a big buffet, there’s plenty of choice in the city.
The airline crew also suggest a meal at Ravi’s restaurant in Downtown Dubai where you can enjoy traditional Pakistani fare.
However if you’re looking for something special the hostesses think you should check out Ossiano at Atlantis The Palm. It won Best Seafood restaurant at the 2015 Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards so we completely agree!
If you want to dine under the stars, the Dubai Marina is a favourite with the Qantas crew. A great place to take a stroll if you want to check out the funky restaurants and bars.
For a view of the Dubai Fountains, they like to dine at Armani/Mediterraneo inside the Burj Khalifa because of the fresh selection of five-star food.
If you’re feeling fancy go to the High Tea at Burj Al Arab but make sure to book in advance as it’s very popular.
Our most romantic restaurant winner for 2015 Pierchic was given a nod for being incredible thanks to their unobtrusive staff and the Madinat Jumeirah venue is recommended for leaving with great memories.