Three new restaurants to check out in Dubai

Indian food, sky-high views and swanky Chinese dishes

Three new restaurants to check out in Dubai
Bombay Borough

Looking for new restaurants in Dubai? Look no further. Here are three brand-new places to check out.

Bombay Borough
New Indian restaurant and bar Bomba Borough is now open in DIFC. The new spot will offer ‘hyper-local’ Indian cuisine. The menu is inspired by all corners of India, sourcing Bhoot Jolokia from the North East, Aam Papad in the North West, along with pink salt from the Himalayas in the North. Bombay Borough also brings The Gully Kitchen, a fast-casual kitchen offering Indian food to go, including gluten-free dosa pockets and grab-and-go biryani – made from scratch. The restaurant also includes a botanist-inspired bar, serving up Desi-style mixed drinks and more that uses local Indian ingredients. We’re intrigued.
Gate Village 3, DIFC (04 327 1555).

Cé La Vi
This swanky new sky bar, restaurant and lounge opens this week (January 16) in Downtown Dubai. Dishes come from acclaimed chef Howard Ko and the new nightspot offers some super views across Downtown Dubai from its 54th floor vantage point. Famous for its Singapore location, the new venue sits in the brand-new Address Sky View, which opened in December 2019. As well as 169 rooms and suites throughout the hotel, there are several restaurants in the hotel, including The Restaurant, Lounge at Address Sky View, Patisserie, Café and the Pool Bar. There’s also a spa, fitness centre and kids’ club.
Address Sky View, Downtown Dubai (056 515 4001).

Hutong
Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant Hutong recently opened in DIFC this month. With a restaurant already in Hong Kong, as well in the famous Shard in London, Miami and New York and we can’t wait to see what the Dubai restaurant has in store. Hutong, which opened in Hong Kong seventeen years ago, was one of the first Chinese restaurants to be awarded a Michelin-star and comes from David Yeo, founder of Aqua Group. Dishes on Yeo’s menu include signatures from Hong Kong and London, including Red Lantern – crispy soft-shelled crab with dried chilli and the Halibut Red Star Noodle. There will also be dishes specially designed for Dubai.
Gate Building 6, DIFC (04 220 0868).

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