The Luggage Room is Tandoor Tina's private dining space – and one that will work for any occasion, whether you're planning a Thali celebration or an intimate dinner. Offering views of the Museum of the Future, it has capacity to host up to 12 guests. Tandoor Tina’s menu is inspired by travel and offers up contemporary Indian dishes including a fragrant Duck Biryani. Another menu highlight is the tandoori salmon, which comes with a spicy mango salad full of zesty and fiery notes.
Boca is known for its great food and commitment to sustainability, and below the main dining area, you'll find a private room that also serves as a wine cellar. This discreet space accommodates up to 14 guests around its central wooden table – ideal for an intimate dinner or wine tasting. What makes it even more unique is the restaurant’s extensive wine collection, featuring over 200 labels from various regions. As for the food, the menu revolves around Spanish tapas with a local twist. A variety of paella dishes grace the menu, while the tapas selection includes dishes like grilled red tiger prawns, mussel croquettes and octopus carpaccio. Showcasing the finest in regional and homemade produce, including Emirati sea bass, Dibba Bay oysters, vegetables sourced from the Waterfront Market in Deira, and salt beef from local producers, every ingredient is meticulously chosen for its freshness and seasonality.
Tailored for special occasions, the private dining room at Wakame is capable of accommodating groups of up to 20 for both private and corporate events. This private sanctuary comes complete with a dedicated concierge to ensure undivided attention and seamless support throughout. Encapsulating Wakame's signature design ethos, featuring contemporary Japanese carpentry, captivating statement lighting, and floor-to-ceiling glass, guests can also ask for customisable seating arrangements, optional audio/visual enhancements and personalised décor. Meanwhile, Wakame's accomplished chefs will collaborate with you on a menu that seamlessly complements the occasion and caters to your culinary preferences.
Since it opened in May 2023 at Jumeirah Al Naseem, the MayaBay, hailing from the streets of Monaco, has made its mark on Dubai's dining scene. The venue exudes extravagance, with its impressive interiors gracefully leading the way to an expansive private dining haven tucked away at the rear of the restaurant. This secluded retreat can host up to 16 diners, offering up signature dishes like Maya Crispy Duck, pad thai, MayaBay sashimi, and the black cod with miso and honey. The Dubai outpost’s impressive selection of signature cocktails is inspired by the elements – fire, water, air, and earth – with a range of carefully curated wines, sake and teas also on offer.
Amazonico transports you to a lush, tropical paradise right in the heart of Dubai. The restaurant's private terrace dining room hosts up to 20 guests, and the décor is peppered with tropical greenery and colourful motifs. The menu combines Latin American and Asian flavours, while a host of sharing dishes mean you get to try everything, including small plates of cassava cheese bread, crispy plantains, fried frog legs and lamb koftas. Larger plates include wok-fried mussels, prawns, and beef chorizo, Spanish-style octopus, and Japanese Wagyu Beef Sirloin, while the dessert menu offers up Cremoso de Mango, a mango cheesecake with banana crumble, coconut tapioca and pear sorbet. The El Dorado, a chocolate mousse encased in a cacao shell, accompanied by mango jelly, coconut pearls, and golden nuggets is also not to be missed.
Dinner By Heston Blumenthal Dubai
Nestled within Atlantis The Royal is the Dubai outpost of this renowned two-Michelin-starred restaurant. The brainchild of visionary chef and restaurateur, Heston Blumenthal, the restaurant menu takes its inspiration from the rich tapestry of historical British cuisine, dating back to the 1300s. Expect avant-garde British fare that pushes the boundaries of flavour and presentation, featuring dishes such as the iconic Meat Fruit and the Powdered Duck Breast. For those seeking an exclusive glimpse into the creative process of these unique dishes, a discreet private dining room tucked away towards the rear of the site offers an insider's view into the inner workings of the kitchen.
Le Guépard, nestled in the heart of Alserkal Avenue, Dubai, evokes the romanticism of a 20th-century-inspired French brasserie. With an unwavering commitment to elegance and sophistication, Le Guépard has drawn inspiration from design luminaries like Madeleine Castaing and Henri Samuel to come up with the maximalist Art Deco interiors. Under the culinary expertise of Head Chef Yanis Yahoui, the highly seasonal menus pay homage to classical French dishes while infusing them with a contemporary flair. As you enter, the brasserie unfolds into three 'secret' rooms: an elegant lounge for socialising with canapés, Le Guépardeau, a cosy garden-like space accommodating up to 12 guests, and La Guéparde, a sultry bronze-clad dining room that can host up to 65 guests.