Dubai’s Souk Al Bahar offers a plethora of dining options under the guise of an authentic Arabian Souq. Take a short hop over the bridge connecting Souk Al Bahar to the adjacent Dubai Mall and the restaurants change from franchised chains and fast food favourites to something more representative of fine dining. The advantage Souk Al Bahar holds over its bustling retail neighbour is the glorious views over the Burj Khalifa fountains, with most restaurants occupying a premium vantage point, perched close to the waters of Dubai’s favourite tourist attraction.
An international leader in contemporary Japanese cuisine, Koi has spread from LA’s West Hollywood district to Abu Dhabi. The restaurant is perfectly in keeping with its Saadiyat Island location and can be found tucked away in The Collection, an upmarket dining enclave set against the picturesque backdrop of natural sand dunes and palm-fringed beaches.
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