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Jumeirah Dar-al-Masyaf, Dubai

The key to Jumeirah Dar-Al-Masyaf is it gives you access to everything: the beach, the Wild Wadi Waterpark, gym, spa, theatre, over fifty restaurants and numerous shops – if that is what you want.

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Saba’a Restaurant, Al Seef, Dubai

So, Saba’a is more than a restaurant. It is an Arabian Banquet. Like Scheherazade, it tells a thousand and one stories of Arabian life.

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Insider guide to Al Seef, Dubai

As a reminder of Dubai in a quieter age, as a more authentic Arabian experience, Al Seef will draw in visitors who will would not normally visit brash and blingy Dubai.

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The Hide at the Jumeirah Al Qasr

Whilst one of the chefs is cooking the steak that you have selected, you can start piling up your plate.

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Qantas Business Class

The new style Business Class international menu designed by chef, author, restaurateur and Rockpool founder Neil Perry provides Business Class passengers with a more tailored experience. 

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Best Restaurants in Ras al-Kaimah

Considering Ras al-Kaimah is an emirate that’s still developing as a tourist destination, there is, remarkably, no shortage of places to eat.The luxury hotels around Marjan Island and along the coast offer dining options of course, but there are also some excellent local restaurants that are well worth trying too. You just have to know where to look! Here is my pick of the best restaurants in Ras al-Kaimah.

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