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99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant at 99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant

This place oozes class. Watching the chefs work meticulously to prepare the stunning plates of food is a joy, and as those dishes come out – one-by-one, each with its own comprehensive explanation – you’ll instantly be wowed.
Open daily noon-3.30pm; Sun-Wed 7pm-11.30pm; Thu-Fri 7pm-12.30pm. bar open Sat-Wed noon-1am; Thu-Fri noon-2am. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 672 3333).

Al Maryah Island Japanese
Asia de Cuba at Asia de Cuba

This place serves a quite-brilliant mix of Chinese and Cuban dishes. If that doesn’t sound immediately delicious to you, then know this: it really is.
Open Thu-Sat noon-3pm; Sun-Sat 6pm-midnight.Fri brunch 1pm-4pm. Bar open Thu-Fri noon-2am; Sat noon-midnight; Sun-Wed 3pm-midnight. Nation Riviera, Corniche Road West (02 699 3333).

Al Khalidiyah Latin American
Barbacoa at Barbacoa

If it’s proper Mexican you want, on a budget, then this is your place. The tacos are great value and while it has the appearance of a fast-food joint, it takes serious time, effort and know-how to make things taste this good.

Khalifa City A Cafés Mexican
Barfly by Buddha-Bar at Barfly by Buddha-Bar

This stylish venue has a super-cool interior and a delightful terrace overlooking the canal. From the sushi to the stir-fries it is routinely excellent.
Open Sun-Wed 6pm-2am; Thu 6pm-3am; Fri 4pm-3am; Sat 4pm-1am. Venetian Village, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, Khor Al Maqta (02 408 7201).

Al Maqtaa
Friday brunch at Belgian Café

Breakfast-style grub is served at this laidback afternoon feast. It’s simple and that’s why we like it. Dhs120 (soft drinks), Dhs180 (house beverages), Dhs60 (kids six-12). Fri. Radisson Blu Abu Dhabi, Yas Island (02 656 2407).

Al Bateen Bar & Pub food Belgian Contemporary European Belgian Café
Unlimited tapas at Bravo Tapas Bar and Restaurant

Every Friday and Sunday night, the Spanish venue serves unlimited tapas, followed by paella. There’s flamenco music, too.
Dhs220 (Spanish mixed drinks). Fri and Sun 6pm-11pm. Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort, Corniche Road (02 677 3333).

Al Markaziyah Spanish Tapas Bravo
BU! at BU!

The pan-Latin eatery, with some Japanese influence, is a really fun venue that always has a great vibe. We love the bar area and big terrace, but it’s the food that really keeps us coming back.
Open daily 7pm-midnight. Fri brunch 12.30pm-4.30pm. Bar 5pm-3am. The Hub, The Mall at World Trade Center Abu Dhabi (02 666 8066).

Al Markaziyah South American
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Café 302 at Café 302

The quintessential modern coffee shop. Breakfast dishes are worth a look, salads are vibrant and filled with top ingredients and we seriously recommend the good-value steak.
Open daily 6am-10.30pm. Al Maha Arjaan by Rotana, Hamdan Street (02 610 6666).

Al Markaziyah Cafés
Catch at Catch

The Nation Riviera spot serves up a wide selection of seafood, showcasing Asian, European and Middle Eastern cuisine, with a generous sprinkling of flair. Top tastes include the crab burger, pan-roasted sea bass yellowtail pizza.
Open daily noon-1am. Nation Riviera Beach Club, Corniche Road West (02 611 0909).

Al Khubeirah International Seafood
Friday brunch at Cooper's Bar

A carvery brunch with roast meats and all the trimmings. There’s also a pleasant terrace. Dhs165 (soft drinks), Dhs235 (house beverages), Dhs255 (premium beverages), Dhs82.50 (kids aged six-12), free (kids under six). Park Rotana Abu Dhabi, Khalifa Park area (02 657 3325).

Al Maqtaa Bar & Pub food Cooper's Bar
COYA at COYA

Fun and funky, with a super bar area, lovely terrace and vibrant dining room. The food is absolutely excellent. From ceviches to seafood and from tacos to tomahawk steaks, we’re yet to find something that’s anything less than brilliant.
Open Sun-Thu and Sat 12.30pm-5.30pm; Sun-Mon, Wed, Sat 7pm-midnight; Tue, Thu-Fri 7pm-12.30am. Fri brunch 12.30pm-4pm. Lounge open daily 12.30pm-1.15am.

Al Maryah Island International
Friday brunch at Horizon

Another family-friendly option, this one is themed around Ali Baba and the forty Thieves. Food comes from a buffet and live cooking stations. Dhs199 (soft drinks), Dhs99.50 (kids six-11), free (kids under six). Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana, Corniche Road West (02 657 0200).

Ras Al Akhdar International Horizon
La Petite Maison at La Petite Maison

A quite-brilliant restaurant serving niçoise cuisine. Expect super ingredients, presented simply but effectively. A more than welcome addition to the city.
Open daily noon-3pm, 7pm-11pm. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 692 9600).

Al Maryah Island Cafés French
Friday brunch at Maison Beirut

A set menu of Lebanese classics with plenty of dishes to share. There’s entertainment, too. Dhs156 (food only), Dhs78 (kids six-12), free (under sixes). Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, Khor Al Maqta (02 654 3238).

Bain Al Jessrain Lebanese Maison Beirut
McGettigan’s at McGettigan's

Whether you are here at noon or night, you will be well catered for by top tastes such as a full Irish breakfast, chicken wings, fish and chips and a wide variety of soups and salads.
Open Sun-Wed 3pm-3am, Thu-Sat noon-3am. Al Raha Beach Hotel and Resort, Channel Street, Al Raha (02 652 4333).

Al Raha Beach Bar & Pub food
Nusr-Et at Nusr-Et

An incredible restaurant serving unbelievable cuts of meat by some of the best (and smartest) waiting staff in town. Yes, it can be expensive, but in reality you don’t have to spend a fortune to eat well here, and it’s a lot more welcoming than it appears at first.
Open daily noon-midnight. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 679 9949).

Al Maryah Island Steakhouses
Friday brunch at Sho Cho

This Japanese seafood and sushi restaurant has great views and some good raw choices. Dhs160 (soft drinks), Dhs280 (house beverages). Souk Qaryat Al Beri, Bain Al Jessrain (02 558 1117).

Bain Al Jessrain Japanese Sushi Sho Cho
Smokin' Pineapple at Smokin’ Pineapple

A beach club and bar with its own wood-fired pizza oven? Sounds good to us. What’s that? The pizza oven is pineapple shaped? Even better. This incredibly relaxed venue is like no other in the capital, and it takes just ten minutes to get there from Saadiyat Island.
Open daily 10am-10pm. Zaya Nurai Island (02 506 6222).

Abu Dhabi Bar & Pub food
Tamba at Tamba

An Indian restaurant, sure, but actually much more than that. Tamba not only does the basics that you’d expect from an Indian eatery very well, it also adds a touch of glamour, creativity and style
Open Sun-Wed noon-1am; Thu-Sat noon-2am. The Hub at The Mall, World Trade Center Abu Dhabi (02 672 8888).

Al Markaziyah Indian
Friday brunch at Tamba

Brilliant Indian food with a twist. Great value. Dhs195 (soft drinks), Dhs295 (house beverages). The Hub at The Mall, Word Trade Center Abu Dhabi, Al Markaziya (02 672 8888).

Al Markaziyah Indian Tamba
Tawa Bakery at Tawa Bakery

Think gluten-free food has to be boring? Think again. Tawa is the city’s first 100 percent gluten-free eatery, but regardless of that, it just serves very good food. The menu doesn’t scrimp on anything – you can get plenty of breads, pastas and baked goods here and we really recommend you try them. We also rate the burgers and salads very highly. Though, to be honest, we’re yet to find something we don’t like at Tawa.
Open daily 8am-11pm. Al Muneera Beach Plaza (800 8292).

Al Raha Beach Bakery
Evening brunch at The Sportsman's Arms

There’s a barbecue brunch every Friday evening. Choose from either one course, or unlimited dishes plus a drinks package. Dhs150 (one dish and house beverages), Dhs225 (unlimited barbecue and house beverages). Fri 5pm-8pm. International Tennis Centre, Zayed Sports City (02 447 1066).

Al Madina Al Riyadiya American Irish

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