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11 Restaurants In Dubai Have Just Been Awarded Michelin Stars

At a ceremony at the Dubai Opera earlier this week, it was announced that eleven Dubai restaurants have been awarded Michelin stars – with a total of 69 Dubai based dining joints being included in the new Michelin guide. Nine eateries won 1 star each and two were awarded 2 each – none were awarded 3. The restaurants that achieved Michelin status included cuisines such as Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, French and Italian. One Michelin Green Star, which is awarded to restaurants that have a sustainable approach towards their food and processes, was given to modern dining restaurant, Lowe.

These are the 11 that got Michelin status…

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Al Muntaha – One Michelin Star

This Michelin status venue serves up the finest French and Italian cuisine in the world’s most iconic hotel, the Burj Al Arab, by acclaimed Chef Saverio Sbaragli.

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11 Woodfire – One Michelin Star

11 Woodfire uses various techniques and an array of wood types, as well as globally sourced ingredients and produce to offer up a unique menu with enhanced flavors. Some of the eatery’s most famed dishes include their Japanese Golden Eye Snapper with edamame puree, and Black Angus T-bone steak.

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Armani/Ristorante – One Michelin Star

Situated in Dubai’s Armani Hotel, Armani/Ristorante is where diners can enjoy the essence of Italy via the finest ingredients, flavor combinations and contemporary presentation in an exclusive environment.

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Hakkasan – One Michelin Star

Founded in 2001, Hakkasan celebrates Chinese cuisine through traditional techniques, the finest ingredients and contemporary flair. Each kitchen is led by a talented chef whose passion lies in creating uniquely rooted yet modern dishes.

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Hoseki – One Michelin Star

Meaning “gemstone” in Japanese, Hōseki is a minimalist dining experience where guests can enjoy a one-of-a-kind gastronomic treat. With just nine seats, dining at Hōseki is a unique experience, as Chef Masahiro Sugiyama bases his courses on the preferences of those seated at the counter, as well as on the freshest and best ingredients of the day, so no two meals are exactly alike—but every single one is an exceptional journey into the heart of Japan’s culinary tradition.

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Ossiano – One Michelin Star

Ossiano Dubai is a progressive fine dining experience inspired by the ocean and seas. One of Dubai’s most immersive restaurants, it is underwater as stingrays, sharks and fish swim around it. Showcasing some of the best produce from around the world, Chef Grégoire Berger offers guests an opportunity to taste exceptional ingredients from around the world.

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Tasca by Jose Avillez – One Michelin Star

Located on the sixth floor of Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, Tasca is a restaurant by culinary genius José Avillez. Named after the Portuguese word for tavern, Tasca is José Avillez’s first international opening, following on behind the Michelin-starred Belcanto as well as his other celebrated ventures in Portugal. Serving genuine Portuguese flavours with a contemporary twist, the dining spot also has live entertainment available on Friday and Saturday.

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Torno Subito – One Michelin Star

Torno Subito is Chef Massimo Bottura’s first restaurant outside of Italy. The creative mastermind behind the three Michelin-starred Osteria Francescana (voted #1 in the World in 2016 & 2018) transports his diners back to the 1960's Italian Riviera where everything is sophisticated and social, but laid back. Torno Subito is where to get a playfully audacious Italian meal on the beach.

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Trèsind Studio – One Michelin Star

Tresind Studio challenges the common perceptions of Indian cuisine by showcasing flavors both new and familiar through a creative lens. The ethos of Studio places an emphasis on the transformation and amplification of humble ingredients, sourced locally from organic and sustainable farmers in the UAE.

The restaurant has also recently been named the winner of ‘The Art of Hospitality’ award at the inaugural Middle East and North Africa’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022 awards by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

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Il Ristorante - Niko Romito – Two Michelin Stars

Echoing the elegant design of the original Bulgari Hotel Milano, Il Ristorante – Niko Romito at Bulgari Resort Dubai celebrates the rich heritage of Italy. Italian chef, Niko Romito, has curated a blend of modern and classical Italian concept exclusively for Il Ristorante, interpreting the exquisite flavors of Italy with modern simplicity.

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Stay by Yannick Alleno – Two Michelin Stars

STAY is an epicurean experience of menus curated by master chef Yannick Alléno at One&Only The Palm. Innovative, inventive and intriguing, this restaurant prides itself on classic French dining at the highest level.

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