Our top 10 most colourful dishes

Discover Jumeirah's signature dishes across the world


Our top 10 most colourful dishes

Discover Jumeirah's signature dishes across the world

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Colour influences how we perceive flavours, which is why our chefs use vibrant ingredients to produce our signature dishes. Here are our favourites:


L’Olivo | Capri Palace Jumeirah, Italy

Executive Chef Andrea Migliaccio performs culinary magic at L’Olivo, our two Michelin-starred restaurant on Capri Island, which overlooks the Amalfi coast. Tuck into homemade lemon-scented tagliolini pasta with burrata cheese, red prawns and samphire.


Il Riccio | Capri Palace Jumeirah, Italy

Helmed by Executive Chef Andrea Migliaccio and Resident Chef Salvatore Elefante, our cliffside restaurant Il Riccio overlooks the Blue Grotto sea cave. As the sun sets and DJs start their set, twirl your fork through spaghetti alla chitarra with sea urchins.
Pasta dish by chef Alberto Blasetti 

Al Muntaha | Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Ascend to Burj Al Arab’s 27th floor to visit Al Muntaha, which means ‘the highest’ in Arabic. From your vantage point above Dubai, enjoy our signature bluefin tuna tataki, accompanied by potato mille feuille and Charleston peppers with lemon and caper sauce.


Amala | Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

Sample North Indian flavours at Amala, which is nestled on The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. Try chowk ki tikki – crispy potato cakes served with chickpea masala, spiced sweet yoghurt and red onion. Tasting menu at Amala


Dhow and Anchor | Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai

Watch live sports in our gastropub, Dhow and Anchor, and order traditional fish and chips. Scottish haddock is accompanied by mushy peas, tartar sauce and thick, hand cut chips.


French Riviera | Jumeirah Al Qasr, Dubai

Inspired by the glamour of St Tropez and Monte Carlo, our Mediterranean restaurant French Riviera will transport you to the south of France. Try octopus, calamari, langoustines, clams and sea bass with a side of red Camargue rice.

Seafood dish at French Riviera


Kayto | Jumeirah Al Naseem, Dubai

For something different, try Japanese-Peruvian nikkei cuisine at Kayto. Chef Cristian Goya’s menu features salmon tataki drizzled in karashi-su mustard sauce.


Pai Thai | Jumeirah Al Qasr, Dubai

Fairylit palm trees guide you towards the entrance of Pai Thai, our award-winning Thai restaurant. Come for dinner and linger over toom home, a dessert as colourful as New Orleans’ Mardis Gras flag. Sticky coconut rice is flavoured with mango pudding, green mung beans and lilac taro pudding.

Mango sticky rice at Pai Thai


Pierchic | Jumeirah Al Qasr, Dubai

Our award-winning waterfront restaurant, Pierchic, is perched at the end of a private pier, overlooking Burj Al Arab. Order vibrant Italian dishes such as our signature chicken liver parfait with crispy polenta, red caramel sauce and pear jelly.


Rockfish | Jumeirah Al Naseem, Dubai

Chef Marco Garfagnini heads up Rockfish, a beachside restaurant with a veranda that serves Italian seafood. Opt for its signature dish – seared scallops with Jerusalem artichokes and chestnuts.

Seared scallops at Rockfish


Delight your palate with mouthwatering menu of international dishes at Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts.