Dubai dining trends 2015

Latin-Asian fusion, farewell to cheese, and New York meets Italy in Dubai

New York meets Italy
With the launch of Solo Bistronomia & Vinobar and Tribeca Kitchen and Bar, both offering a Manhattan-inspired setting with an Italian (or Italian-influenced) menu, created by an Italian chef, we are expecting more visions of Little Italy in Dubai.

Asia meets Latin America
First the world went crazy for Latin American food, and Dubai followed. Now, as foodies across continents continue to clamour for Latin-Asian fusion in all its guises (from Nobu through to Korean burritos), Dubai is getting ready to go crazy too. We’ve already got Zengo, and you can expect to see Asian de Cuba, Sushi
Samba and Chotto Matte on these shores soon.

Could you give up cheese?
Last year we saw chef Silvena Rowe champion vegan cooking, plus the launch of new vegan concept Bestro. This year, the pattern continues with the opening of vegan café Tidjoori in Dubai Marina.

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