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New Dubai Restaurants in January: A Culinary Journey from Beach Clubs to Korean Steakhouses

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A Gastronomic Adventure Awaits in Dubai’s Latest Eateries

Dubai, January 20, 2024 – Dubai’s culinary landscape continues to expand with the opening of new restaurants this January. From a stylish beach club serving Mediterranean cuisine to a Korean steakhouse offering unique flavors, the city promises a diverse dining experience for residents and tourists alike.

BCH:CLB – A Refreshing Beach Club Experience

BCH:CLB, located at the W Dubai on Palm Jumeirah, offers more than just a beach experience. Its Mediterranean-inspired menu features dishes like tuna pop tarts, sea bass ceviche, and burrata pizza. The setting, complete with an expansive deck and all-white seating, enhances the beach club’s vibrant ambiance.

Cala Vista – Authentic Italian in a Scenic Setting

Nestled in Jumeirah Mina A’Salam, Cala Vista presents Italian cuisine amidst views of Burj Al Arab. The menu, crafted by Chef Luca Crostelli, includes beef carpaccio, sea bream crudo, wood-fired pizzas, and homemade pasta. The restaurant promises a combination of culinary delight and scenic dining.

Celeste – French Elegance Meets Dubai Chic

Celeste, at SO/Uptown Dubai Hotel, draws inspiration from Paris’s Montmartre neighborhood. The lounge boasts red velvet drapes, checkerboard floors, and a menu featuring oysters, Sturia caviar, and truffle mille feuille. The setting and live music acts add a touch of eclectic Parisian charm.

Salvaje – A Fusion of Japanese Gastronomy

Located in Downtown Dubai’s The Address Opera Residences, Salvaje showcases the “wild side of Japanese gastronomy.” The menu includes Japanese tacos, SLVJ rolls, prime steak, and red prawns with yuzu hollandaise. The restaurant’s tropical colors and patterns contribute to a unique dining atmosphere.

Smoki Moto – A Korean Steakhouse on the Beach

Smoki Moto, at Marriott Resort, Palm Jumeirah, adds to Dubai’s Korean food scene. It features a butcher shop, lounge, and grill area. Menu highlights include foie gras bibimbap, 48-hour galbi-marinated chicken, and Wagyu brisket in soybean stew.

Tamada – International Flavors at SLS Dubai

Perched on the 74th floor of SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences, Tamada caters to a diverse palate. With a focus on premium ingredients like caviar, the menu offers roast baked potato with caviar, 12-hour braised beef cheek, Russian smoked salmon, and Wagyu beef Tomahawk steak.

Conclusion

January’s new restaurant openings in Dubai are a testament to the city’s ever-evolving and diverse culinary scene. From the beaches of Jumeirah to the heights of Dubai’s skyscrapers, these eateries offer unique dining experiences that cater to a variety of tastes and preferences.

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