Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Dubai - Dining Options
The dining options at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray start with a trio of signature restaurants that really set a superb standard.
At the Al Nafoorah, you’ll be served Lebanese Cuisine, complete with Arabic music and belly dancing too. The food is good enough to have been awarded a BBC Good Food Middle Eastern Award for the best Middle Eastern/North African restaurant of 2012.
Anala is a specialist in North Indian cuisine, with a contemporary twist.
Lalezar is Dubai’s first Anatolian restaurant, with classic Turkish cuisine, all evoking the true spirit of the Ottoman Empire.
Vol is sophisticated and elegant, with its soaring ceilings and fine dining. Serving Vietnamese food that evokes the French colonial era of the 1920s, it also serves wonderful cocktails.
More casual dining includes the Imperium with its view of the sea, breakfast buffets, and brasserie-style lunches and dinners. Ixir on the ground floor connects to the Talise Ottoman Spa and offers exclusive healthy stuff to spa guests: juices, teas, vitamin cocktails, and so on.
At Plaj, you can sit on a palm-fringed beach with the family and eat Italian. Very relaxing.
Head for the Sultan’s Lounge for a really comprehensive selection of teas and coffees, in elegant 19th century surroundings. Light fare and snacks are served.
Adults will appreciate places like the Voda Bar - uber-chic surroundings, cocktails, premium beverages, and sushi too. The C Club is a sophisticated cigar lounge with plenty of colonial charm. Sample superb cigars, and luscious chocolates too. In the Music Hall, there’s a modern take on the traditional dinner dance, with ten international live acts each evening to amuse you as you dine. All very grown up.