At this iconic hotel, you can find around 13 restaurants and I won’t be surprised if they add a few more names. Staying in Dubai for almost six years I have finally managed to try Grosvenor House’s all restaurants and I know some of you might just have a day or two to try some of the restaurants here. So take my advice and don’t miss these four award-winning restaurants at Grosvenor House.
Indego by Vineet – When it comes to Indian food, Michelin star chef Vineet Bhatia leaves no stones unturned. Headed by his team, this restaurant serves a fare of traditional and modern Indian dishes. The flavours of each dish have a symphony of spices coming together to give you a distinct texture.
Rhodes – Serving some fine British dishes this restaurant is headed by the famous celebrity chef Gary Rhodes and if you are lucky you might even bump into him. There are some signature dishes of the chef but with a vibrant twist to it. The menu keeps evolving for the best and you won’t have a disappointing moment here.
Ruya – Try this dynamic restaurant which will astonish you with its Anatolian cuisine. The menu definitely does not serve the usual genetic dishes but in fact, it has an array of dynamic dishes to choose from. I usually like to go to Ruya just after sunset as it offers a scenic view of the Marina.
Buddha bar – This popular Asian restaurant from Paris is well known among the elites who love to socialise and party at this venue. Having been to Buddha Bar all around the world the standard of service and quality remains intact. With so many restaurants opening and closing in Dubai, this one has stood the test of time.
Grosvenor House has some amazing venues and each restaurant is unique in their own amazing ways but these four have managed to spellbound me with its dishes, ambience and the experience.