Great news for the Dubai’s hospitality industry. Dubai named one of the world's top ten cities for foodies.
27 August 2023, 12:00 AM
30 September 2023, 12:00 AM
Dubai has been named seventh in the world’s top ten cities for foodies, alongside the likes of Venice, San Francisco, Tokyo, and Amsterdam.
Compare The Market just announced its list of foodie hotspots around the world based on a number of factors including the number of Michelin Star restaurants, number of five-star restaurants, average cost of a meal, and number of vegetarian and gluten-free eateries.
Taking the top spot, Venice was named the best city in the world for foodies for its high number of vegetarian and gluten-free restaurants and abundance of Italian dining options from on-the-go pizza to candle-lit dinners.
Dubai boasts an incredible array of award-winning restaurants, some by critically-acclaimed chefs such as Heston Blumenthal and Yannick Alleno, and some beloved local restaurants that are redefining the city’s dining scene and achieving international success.
Thanks to Dubai’s melting pot of cultures, the city has become a hugely diverse culinary capital where you can find every cuisine from around the globe.
Earlier this year, the Michelin Guide celebrated the city’s fine dining scene for a second year, awarding 3 two Michelin Star restaurants, 11 Michelin Star restaurants, three Green Stars, and 17 Bib-Gourmand restaurants.
According to the survey, Dubai also has the second-highest number of five-star restaurants and an impressive number of vegetarian and vegan restaurants.
Here is the full top ten list of foodie hotspots around the world:
San Francisco, United States
Dubai, United Arab Emirates