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Best Chinese restaurants in Dubai 2021
Posted On 08/09/2021 03:36:37 by flystly

Best Chinese restaurants in Dubai 2021



Looking for the best Chinese restaurants in Dubai? Look no further. Whether you're after fancy fine dining or cheap and cheerful, there's a plate with your name on it. These are the top ten Chinese restaurants in Dubai, as revealed at the Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2021, in association with Dubai Food Festival. To get more news about taste of shanghai, you can visit shine news official website.
Yes, the one from London’s The Shard (as well as Miami and New York). This is one of the most famous Chinese restaurants around, and made its debut on Dubai's Chinese restaurant scene back in 2020 in DIFC. One of the star ingredients at Hutong is the humble chilli, and this restaurant’s reputation is just as hot as its spicy dishes. Plates are stuffed full of flavour and imagination – trust us, you’ll understand when you get down there – and with the option to inject as much heat as you like into orders, there’s no reason not to embrace the spice. Hutong was one of the first Chinese restaurants to get a Michelin star when it launched in Hong Kong over a decade ago, and there's plenty to love about this Chinese restaurant now it's in Dubai. Dishes are creative and fun, while there's also an innovative mixed drinks list. The vibe is moody and cool and it's a top date night spot. A fancy spot that picked up Time Out's Best Chinese Restaurant in Dubai 2021. Stick it on your list. Now.
Long Teng is one of the most authentic Chinese restaurants in Dubai, and it's a top choice. It's so popular that it even has an outlet in Time Out Market Dubai (for more on that, click here). But if you want the full experience then it's a trip to Business Bay for you. A former winner of our Best Chinese Restaurant in Dubai award, Long Teng specialises in seafood, and after a single bite we’ve no doubt you too will be hooked. The restaurant prides itself on authentic flavours and ingredients, too, so get ready to try dishes you might not have before. Plus there’s a spectacular dim sum menu to set your chopsticks to with everything from chicken soup xiao long bao and creamy egg custard and mushroom dumplings.
If you're looking for a Chinese restaurant in Dubai for a party, Maiden Shanghai is the one for you. A lively venue with food that's just as exciting, it's a top choice if you want something modern and playful. From Dubai’s much-publicised FIVE Palm Jumeirah, Maiden Shanghai isn’t just for influencers. It’s a slick, brass-trimmed restaurant that matches its wider surrounds, and serves up pan-China cuisine that decidedly hits the spot. Plus the views from the terrace are marvellous.
Master chefs strive to deliver flavours of Peking, Cantonese, and Szechuan cuisine at The China Club, an old-school Chinese restaurant in Dubai's Deira. Antique silks adorn the venue’s walls, creating an elegant yet lively atmosphere as diners savour a traditional yum cha feast and Indo-Chinese Hakka. It's a traditional spot that's been around for many years (after all, it's in one of the oldest hotels in town) but if you're in the area then it's worth checking out.
A former winner of Time Out's Best Chinese Restaurant in Dubai, Chuan has top food with spectacualar views. It's a sister restaurant to Long Teng, and there are no Western-style substitutes on Chuan's menu, everything is brilliantly authentic, and that means top-class dishes for starter, main and pud. The Pointe is better known for its more casual dining vibes, but Chuan lays on a dash more extravagance to dazzles its guests. It's on the pricey side, but it also sits in a prime position to watch The Palm Fountain show. As the largest fountain in the world, it's worth the dosh, especially when you're tucking into tasty Chinese dishes. Order in advance to try the restaurant’s signature duck, you don't want to miss it.
This Chinese restaurant in Dubai's Mall of the Emirates is one of the most popular casual dining spots around. It attracts hungry diners from all over, whether they've been the shops or just have a hankering for the famous dim sum. Din Tan Fung has marched into the upper stratosphere of the Chinese foodie ranks, fuelled by Mall of the Emirates footfall and a moreish menu that has diners reaching for seconds and thirds. Don't be surprised to have to wait, but make sure you sample the dim sum before hitting shops.
This Cantonese eatery may err on the Western side of things when plating up, but it doesn't make what's coming out of the kitchen any less lip-smacking. With a world-wide reputation, it serves up cracking dim sum and classic favourites. A global name, Hakkasan holds a Michelin star in London, and here the world famous Chinese restaurant is housed in Dubai's Atlantis The Palm. Fine dining, with a creative mixed drinks menu, too.

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