Make a French connection before taking flight at this warm and friendly café that puts its freshly cooked fare on show. You can pick from one of the tasty baguettes, such as the turkey cheese sandwich at Dhs32, or plump for chicken chasseur (Dhs38), beef stroganoff (Dhs41) or lasagne (Dhs39), which are among many hot meal options.
Anyone with a sweet tooth will be satisfied by a visit to this home of chocolate and coffee. You’ll feel comfortable in the stylish dining area, complete with chocolate-coloured seats, while you indulge in a rich array of sweet treats. You can make your stay even more memorable by buying one of a selection of boxes to share with your friends and family, with prices ranging from Dhs40 to Dhs260. Savoury dishes such as quiche and sandwiches are also on offer at the café.
Live the high life even before you head to the skies. Take up a seat in the open-plan eatery and watch as your meal is freshly prepared in front of you. This is the only restaurant that produces its own caviar and salmon. You can splash out on 30g of Prunier “tradition” caviar for Dhs323. The kitchen team will also rustle up a gourmet salad for Dhs99 or smoked salmon and shrimps for Dhs134.
Dine on a diet of world news here. A wrap-around ticker brings you the latest in global developments, while TV screens beam out international CNN broadcasts. But it’s not just your hunger for political intrigue that is catered for here; this is a cultured spot for a business lunch and boasts a wide selection of sandwiches, fresh coffee and smoothies.
A great refuelling spot for all of the family, with delightful dishes inspired by all corners of the globe. The long list of hearty classics on the menu include a juicy selection of burgers – the sloppy joe with chipotle beef is a real winner – and the fish finger burger will please kids of all ages. For a more Eastern touch, try the Asian noodles, Thai green chicken curry or teriyaki grilled salmon.
Enjoy an authentic taste of India with a huge number of cuisines sourced from the north to the south of the country. The aromas drifting out of the kitchen will draw you in and the relaxed atmosphere and fine food will keep you in your seat. Dishes are full of spice, colour and plenty of flavour. The beautiful butter chicken is a treat for the taste buds and great value at Dhs42, while the mix tandoori kebab platter is a fantastic feast at Dhs135.
Get a health kick that doesn’t forget the flavours with food hand-made in the shop every day using natural, preservative-free ingredients. The chain is famous for its sustainably and ethically sourced fare, ranging from soups to salads and sandwiches, all washed down with a brew of freshly-ground organic coffee.
Bid farewell to Dubai with a Mexican wave. You can enjoy beautiful views of planes soaring into the sky off the runway while digging into flavour-packed Mexican street food classics, including tacos, burritos and tortas with a selection of fillings, all washed down with hot beverages or a refreshing Mexican soda. Try out a ten-inch burrito packed with grilled, grass-fed steak or a crispy taco filled with grilled chicken.
A bright and vibrant sports bar that gets you up close to the action. There is wall-to-wall sport on 18 screens – including TVs in intimate booths and a massive 110” monster – so you won’t miss a minute. A section of the bar is also dedicated to superstar memorabilia, with diners even having the chance to buy a signed shirt from football legend Pelé (for the princely sum of Dhs5,500) or gridiron great Joe Montana’s helmet for Dhs14,000. If you have slightly less spare change, choose from American and Irish classics on the menu such as the US New York strip, a cut of American prime beef at Dhs128, or fish tacos with Boston lettuce on soft corn tortillas at Dhs65.
The restaurant spearheaded by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has landed at Dubai International Airport. Settle down in a cool and casual atmosphere and enjoy a selection of the chef’s signature dishes. The varied menu is crafted using only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. You’ll be licking your lips over the juicy rib-eye steak, priced at Dhs150. You can also get your hands on the WP burger, topped with caramelised onions, cheddar and garlic aioli, served with French fries. The smoked salmon pizza, with dill cream and chives, is a refreshing take on an old favourite.
Oodles of noodles are just the start at this lively and informal dining spot serving up South East Asian food favourites. There is a wide selection of dim sum dishes on offer, as well as mouth-watering options like black pepper beef, Thai seafood fried rice and even a crispy banana to help you reach your five a day in style.
This quirky Far East eatery is a colour-coded culinary delight. The concept is swift and simple; just pick a plate from one of seven colours (green being the cheapest with yellow the most expensive). Food then travels to your table on a conveyor belt. It’s a lot more fun than waiting for your suitcase to arrive on the carousel. While raw fish is the star here, you can also sink your teeth into avocado maki or a smoked salmon and cream cheese roll. There are more than 150 Japanese-inspired dishes to choose from.