Here’s what we know about Dubai’s newest Michelin Restaurants

Jade Crasto
Michelin unveiled its new MICHELIN Guide Dubai 2023 restaurant choices at the Atlantis The Royal Hotel. The renowned anonymous MICHELIN inspectors have been drawn to 90 eateries representing 23 distinct varieties of food. The MICHELIN Guide Dubai’s second edition recognizes three new one MICHELIN Star restaurants, one new two MICHELIN Star restaurant, and 17 Bib Gourmands.
Tresind Studio
Photo Courtesy: Tresind Studio
Tresind Studio is a very private dining space, with only 20 guests for each dinner service, where chefs craft a unique, immersive chef’s table experience. Himanshu Saini, the restaurant’s head chef, is a rising star in Indian cuisine, and his recipes translate classic Indian cuisines into intriguing, contemporary plates. After receiving its first MICHELIN Star last year, Trèsind Studio was granted its second star this year. Its food has evolved in an astounding manner; its dishes are very creative, precise, and at times interesting, making eating here a genuinely remarkable experience.
Photo Courtesy: Avatara
Avatara is the first newest addition to the list of One Michelin Star restaurants. It is one of the UAE’s most unusual dining experiences, claiming to be the city’s first entirely vegetarian fine-dining Indian restaurant. Tasting menus that challenge your assumptions about Indian food are available, with narration effortlessly weaved throughout the menu. Lentil fritters with fermented carrots and mustard water, for example, are commonly prepared for holiday feasts.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Photo Courtesy: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, located on the first floor of the Atlantis The Royal Hotel, dazzles diners with its open kitchen. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, the sister restaurant to the original in London, offers British meals spanning the ages and has received one MICHELIN Star.
Photo Courtesy: Moonrise
The third newest addition is Moonrise, whose Chef Solemann Haddad received the MICHELIN Young Chef Award 2022, but this year, his restaurant, moonrise, confirmed its potential and is awarded one MICHELIN Star. Dinner here consists of ten courses, each with its own tale, in which Middle Eastern ingredients are cooked utilizing Japanese techniques for a result that is as unique as it is exciting.
MICHELIN Green Star was given to two restaurants for their dedication to more sustainable gastronomy.
The MICHELIN Green Star, which was introduced in 2020, recognizes restaurants that are at the forefront of sustainable practices, providing gourmet experiences while taking an environmentally inspired approach.
Photo Courtesy: Boca
Boca, a new addition to the Guide, serves up joyous and sunny Mediterranean food while adhering to an amazing ecological ethos that includes using local products, proactive and mindful waste management, resource conservation, and the use of renewable energy.
Photo Courtesy: Teible
Teible is a hip restaurant whose recipes mix seasonal, local foods with creativity and simplicity to maximize their potential. The delicious cooking exemplifies a sustainable approach that emphasizes seasonality and integrity.
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