So we’ve just finished with the Middle East Film & Comic Con and the venue of choice was the iconic Dubai World Trade Centre and you’re probably looking to see what the next big event is. Well, if you’re anything like us, you’ll be wondering how you can make a day out of it as well by hitting some of the local restaurants to Dubai’s World Trade Centre.
Find these restaurants near World Trade Centre in Dubai and let us know what you think.
What it is: McGettigan’s always ranks highly on our list of places to eat and it’s hands-down one of the most authentic Irish venues in Dubai. If you need a taste of home, McGettigan’s at Dubai World Trade Centre is the place to be. Good food, great liver entertainment and the drinks you all know and love.
Where to go: McGettigan’s DWTC on Sheikh Zayed Road.
When to go: McGettigan’s is open daily from 12:00 PM noon until 2:00 AM.
What it is: A fantastic Japanese restaurant that ticks all of the boxes, what more could you ask for? Delicious food with excellent presentation and some of the highest quality service we’ve ever enjoyed, Zuma offers up an amazing choice of Japanese dishes with their signature styling. High class and great quality.
Where to go: Find Zuma at Gate Village in DIFC.
When to go: Zuma is open on Saturday to Wednesday from 12:30 PM until 3:30 PM and then 7:00 PM until 12:45 AM and then Thursday and Friday from 12:30 PM until 3:30 PM and 7:00 PM until 1:45 AM.
What it is: An incredibly cool and popular Caribbean style bar, Miss Lily’s is one of the cosiest places you can spend your evenings. It’s almost always booming and the crowd of cool individuals means if you don’t arrive with a big group of friends, you’re likely to leave with one.
Where to go: Head to Miss Lily’s at the Sheraton Grand Hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road.
When to go: Open from Saturday to Thursday from 7:00 PM until 1:00 AM and then Wednesday to Friday from 7:00 PM until 2:00 AM.
What it is: If you’re on the lookout for a cool, casual party then Waka might just be the place that was designed for you. With a cool Latin vibe that brings out the party animal in almost everyone, Waka’s resident DJ nights mean you’ll spend more time on your feet than you do eating but don’t think that gives the food any exceptions. There’s amazing food offered with a Japanese-Peruvian fusion menu on offer that’s guaranteed to be a big hit with almost any diner. This party venue is lively and definitely the place to be if you’re up for some fun.
Where to go: Head to Waka at The Oberoi Dubai in Business Bay.