Eating Out - Fine Dining in Dubai

A friend of mine recently went to live in Dubai and I have to say although the lifestyle looks very appealing and Dubai certainly looks like a really nice place (but because I have food at the forefront of my brain at all times) I was a bit/lot concerned that she perhaps wouldn't like the food there and would starve!  Okay I realise that’s a bit extreme and with that said, I’d never really looked into food and eating out in Dubai.



Well how wrong was I?  The other day she was telling me about this place called Pier 7 - a signature building with seven different restaurants on each of its floors. Okay, now I’m interested, tell me more!

In a word, Pier 7 is all about fine dining and each floor apparently, offers an adventure in culinary art and a contrast in both tastes and presentation.  The building is as you can see, amazing to look at; its circular design provides stunning views of the city skyline and the Arabian Gulf via wraparound views from each of its seven floors.

Diners can choose to dine indoors, or indulge in a unique al- fresco dining experience with spectacular views of the Dubai Marina.  Oh my word, it sounds amazing!

Opening hours:

Pier 7 is open for lunch, brunch, dinner or after hours, Pier 7 is the place to see and be-seen every day of the week and offers 7 ways to dine:

Atelier M - the vision of Mohammad Islam, one of the culinary world's brightest and critically acclaimed talents who is back in the UAE after successful tenures in some of America's most celebrated restaurants such as the Mercer Kitchen and Chateau Marmont.

Asia Asia - Inspired by restaurateurs Dean and Geremy Lucas' renowned Spice Market in Melbourne.

Abd el Wahab - Taking its name from a street in Beirut and is now a hugely successful, upmarket chain of restaurants.

The Scene by Simon Rimmer - A resturant, lounge and terrace that serves British Pub Classics.

Cargo - For an exciting adventure with an Asian twist. 

O Cacti - Mixing Mexican flare for arts and culture.

Fumé - Where vintage is the new cool!

So, as you can see this looks like an amazing place to visit!

Contact Pier 7:  You can either email them enquiries@pier7.ae or telephone them on;  00971 4 436 1020

3 comments

  1. Pier 7 is one of my 'go to' places to take visitors now as there is a great view over the Dubai Marina. Would give O Cacti a wide berth (wish we had) but Asia Asia, Fume and The Scene all well worth a visit especially at this time of year when you can sit outside on the terraces.

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  2. I always go to Dubai annually. And one thing I do is exploring new things to do. The last time I went to Dubai, I had my first lebanese cuisine experience at Zahr El-Laymoun. As a salad lover, I tasted the best salad ever and not to mention their other delightful dishes. This time i'll put Pier 7 on my to do list.

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  3. I always go to Dubai annually. And one thing I do is exploring new things to do. The last time I went to Dubai, I had my first lebanese cuisine experience at Zahr El-Laymoun. As a salad lover, I tasted the best salad ever and not to mention their other delightful dishes. This time i'll put Pier 7 on my to do list.

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