Cook dishes from Dubai's best restaurants at home

Whip up recipes from Time Out Dubai’s award-winning restaurants

Cook dishes from Dubai’s best restaurants at home

If you’re missing going out and dining at Dubai’s best restaurants you’re not alone. But we’re here to help – as you can now whip up a restaurant-worthy dinner in your own kitchen.

We’ve teamed up with Time Out Dubai’s award-winning restaurants to bring you recipes from the city’s very best eateries to cook at home.

Whether you want to rustle up RÜYA’s much-loved two-cheese pide, Mythos Kouzina & Grill’s moreish gemista or LPM Restaurant & Bar’s lip-smacking salt-baked sea bass – we have the recipe for you right here.

Stay close to Time Out Dubai’s new recipes section (click here) as the page will be being updated daily with brand-new recipes from the city’s very best restaurants.

You don’t need to be a super-chef, though some will require a bit of patience, they’re not award-winning dishes for any old reason, but stick with it and you’ll be rewarded (both in taste and praise from your household).

So if you’ve exhausted the internet’s banana bread recipes (though we have some of those right here too), had enough of pesto pasta or three-bean chilli from the store cupboard and want something a little more challenging and exciting – give these fancy feasts a whirl.

Click here for all the recipes.

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