Cookbooks from Dubai restaurants

Bring the taste of your favourite Dubai restaurants into your home with these cookbooks from famous chefs

The best Cookbooks to your door
Gordon Ramsay’s triumphant return to the Dubai scene is just the latest in a run of celebrity chefs to open restaurants in the city. While it continues to expand, we’re spending more and more nights out dining on food inspired by the master chefs. While we’re happy to indulge, we can’t maintain it seven nights a week, but we’re more than happy to bone up on shipping skills to get their cookery books…
All books on this page are available from Amazon.com

Rhodes 365

A simple and wholesome recipe for every day of the year from Gary Rhodes, the man behind Rhodes W1 at the Grosvenor House.
Dhs205.

175 Home recipes with a twist

Multi-Michelin-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire is a master of modern French cuisine.
Dhs95.

Atul’s Curries of the World

Indian food has never been as romantic as Atul Kochhar’s Rang Mahal. Try making your own.
Dhs90.

Nobu: The Cookbook

Co-written by Robert De Niro, Nobu Matsuhisa’s cookbook has beautiful photography to match the food.
Dhs100.

Richard Sandoval’s New Latin Flavours

For more Latin tastes à la Maya Modern Mexican Kitchen + Lounge and Toro Toro, pick up Sandoval’s cookbook.
Dhs107.

Rasoi: New Indian Kitchen

As with his popular restaurant, Indego, Vineet Bhatia’s cookbook straddles the line between modern and classic.
Dhs170.

Made in Sicily

Giorgio Locatelli’s book can be read without ever following a recipe, so lyrical is the writing and captivating the photography. Follow up with a trip to Ronda Locatelli.
Dhs115.

Everyday Super food

Jamie’s Italian is the prolific chef’s first foray to the Middle East and this brand new cookery book showcases a new obsession with healthy eating.
Dhs68.

The Yellow Chilli CookBook

Sanjeev Kapoor presents the longest-running cookery show on Indian television and his restaurant Options is a favourite.
Dhs135.

Wild Food From Land and Sea

Marco Pierre White was the youngest chef to receive three Michelin stars – you will never cook like him. But enjoy this anyway.
Dhs100.

Ma Cuisines FranÇaise

More than 1,000 pages of French excellence make this an ambitious tome. We’d expect nothing less from the man behind STAY by Yannick Alléno.
Dhs455.

Wolfgang Puck Makes it Healthy

Puck has made a name for himself with excellent steak at restaurants such as CUT, but here he focuses on healthier dishes.
Dhs128.

My Great Indian Cookbook

Vikas Khanna seems to have it all: great looks, cooking skills, and the successful Junoon restaurant. Learn his secrets with this book.
Dhs68.

Men Love Pies, Girls Like Hummus

Quirkiest cookbook goes to Simon Rimmer, and that should come as no surprise to anybody who has visited The Scene.
Dhs13.

Antonio Carluccio’s Pasta

Simple, understated, elegant and passionate – the description applies equally to Carluccio’s the restaurant, the man or this book.
Dhs108.

Social Sweets

Dubai favourite Jason Atherton’s new restaurant Marina Social will do well to serve the delicious-looking desserts on show in this pretty pudding book.
Dhs108.

New Feast

Greg Malouf’s celebrity-backed Clé has oodles of style and, we dare say, not a few of the modern Middle Eastern vegetarian dishes included here.
Dhs260.

Passion for Seafood

We’re eager to check out Bread Street Kitchen when it opens at Atlantis The Palm. Until then, we’ll have to make do with the sweary chef’s seafood.
Dhs28.

This week’s episode of the Time Out Dubai podcast rolls up its sleeves

The al fresco theme park will be opening its gates with a new show

The critically acclaimed Shakespeare play will be performed in January

The beachside dining spot is celebrating international coffee day at its brand-new branch

Feeling the pinch? Fear not. We've got 16 weekend feasts for under Dhs300 for you

Black Coffee and Themba will hit the decks on Friday September 28

Newsletters

Follow us