Burj Al Arab Restaurants
Together with exquisite dining and fancy cocktails, Burj Al Arab restaurants and bars offer a rare possibility to enter Burj Al Arab. Since Burj Al Arab in not accessible to the public, except for hotel and restaurant guests, the only way to take a tour of this, most famous Dubai sight is to book a room or a restaurant table.
There are seven restaurants and two bars in the hotel complex. Check the offer in the list below or read more detailed instructions in the Burj Al Arab Tour Guide.
Al Mahara Restaurant
Have you ever heard the story of an underwater restaurant in Dubai? Through the glass walls you can observe the fish swimming by while you eat, and the only way to get there is by a submarine. That restaurant is Al Mahara (Oyster Shell), but the story is only partially true. The restaurant is not on the sea bottom, but at the ground level of Burj al Arab hotel, the fish you can see are swimming in a large aquarium, and the submarine trip is only a high quality simulation. It all looks very spectacular, but it may be a little bit better suited for an amusement park than a luxury hotel.
Al Iwan Restaurant
Arabic cuisine, buffet-style.
From 200m above sea level you can enjoy the view while having a cocktail or afternoon tea.
Bab Al Yam Restaurant
International cuisine. Food is served buffet-style, offering you the freedom to try something new or sample everything.
Offers international cocktails, Cuban cigars and a selection of whiskies from around the world. Food is not served.
Far east Asian cuisine. Buffet-style offer influenced by Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indonesian and Korean dishes.
Sahn Eddar Restaurant
Serves only breakfast, finger food and afternoon tea.
Majlis Al Bahar Restaurant
Majlis Al Bahar restaurant has been closed due to maintenance, and the nearby beach facilities have been relocated to the north side of the bridge.