Taj Dubai has a diverse and exotic range of classic and contemporary restaurants, lounges and bars meant for the global traveller. Taste sumptuous gourmet cuisines and experience modern twists on dishes, from across countries and cultures.
An urban rooftop oasis overlooking Burj Khalifa, Downtown and the Business Bay skylines, this luxury lounge offers a focused selection of high quality cocktails made with rare, fresh ingredients and liquors, the finest Champagnes and wines accompanied by healthy Mediterranean bites.
Dine in style in this global eatery housed within an eye-catching glass and metal conservatory. Soak in the relaxed atmosphere as you savour a buffet style breakfast, followed by à la carte options for lunch. Choose to sit on the terrace to enjoy views of Burj Khalifa and Downtown Dubai.
An Asian street-food restaurant concept that brings the best recipes with a contemporary touch, focussing on the local flavour of China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and Japan. Not just the kitchen, but our service is here to entice you with its origins and culture- the Asian Way.
This art deco style lounge bar oozes the timeless elegance of a bygone era. It is the perfect place to indulge in a decadent afternoon tea, or sample signature cocktails and canapés.
Dress code-Smart Casual
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BOMBAY BRASSERIE UNITES A DIVERSITY OF FLAVOURS THIS RAMADAN
Bombay Brasserie, Taj Dubai’s award-winning Indian designer kitchen presents a carefully crafted Iftar experience that pays homage to the diversity of cultures, traditions and flavours celebrated throughout India during Ramadan. The hearty and wholesome menu is deeply rooted in history and draws inspiration from Iftar dishes once savoured by the powerful dynasties of the medieval world – from the kitchens of the great Shah Mir of Northern India to the army kitchens of Tughlaq in Daulatabad towards the land of the Nawab of Arcot, Tamil Nadu. Embark on a gastronomic journey to uncover a unique taste of India as the Bombay Brasserie chefs pay tribute to the secrets of the imperial kitchens which gradually made their way across the country to the bylanes of many Indian towns like Purani Delhi and Ajmer. The menu is an amalgamation of the local ingredients, culinary traditions and techniques of different geographical regions of the Indian subcontinent.
Chef Vikas Milhoutra began his professional career at the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai. After travelling the world, working with Taj in Goa, Maldives, London and most recently Taj Santa Cruz, Mumbai, he recently joined Taj Dubai as Executive Chef where he will oversee all food related operations for the hotel’s restaurants, banqueting and in-room dining.