The elegant evening dining at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers is spread over a quartet of restaurats, whilst there are several other, more casual options for those looking for something simpler.
The award-winning Hakkasan restaurant, lounge and bar, specialises in modern Chinese cuisine.
More casual dining includes places like Alfie’s, a chic British-inspired restaurant serving comfort food with real style.
Mosaico offers the Mediterranean flavours of Italy, Spain Morocco, and beyond.
Tokyo@thetowers is the spot for fine Japanese cuisine, not to mention a wide choice of premium sakes. (A Teppanyaki private room can be hired.)
The Rib Room
Steak lovers will enjoy the dishes on offer in The Rib Room.
Vu’s Restaurant has panoramic views on Level 50, and the best of contemporary cuisine.
For an elegant selection of drinks, light bites and hot beverages throughout the day, head for the Lobby Lounge.
You can also try a taste of one of London’s most celebrated restaurants, The Ivy, for modern brasserie-style dining.
For traditional Lebanese cuisine, head for Al Nafoorah, and its delicious array of mezzeh dishes.
Corner 3 is all about contemporary all-day bites, both healthy and delicious.
ET Sushi is for great sushi, sashimi, and light and crispy tempura.
The Noodle House
The Noodle House has an easy-on-the-eye, open-show kitchen, and bridges the gap between fast food and fine South East Asian dining.
After dark, Clique is the city’s hottest outdoor lounge, with relaxing beats.
Harry Ghatto is a lively karaoke bar, perfect for a late-night get-together.
At The Agency, you can enjoy fine wines and snacks.
It gets pretty lively in Vu’s Bar on level 51, a nightspot with an international cocktail selection.