The Atlantic

Two of Dubai’s beloved restaurants, The ­Rivington Grill and The Mango Tree, closed last summer. Given their prime ­locations in Souk Al Bahar, whatever replaced them was always going to be a significant addition to the dining scene. Speculation about what ­Rivington Grill’s replacement will be continues – word is it will be a Rivi…

Molecule restaurant brings French bistronomy culture to Dubai

You may not have heard the term bistronomy, but the culinary movement has revolutionised French dining, and could do the same for the UAE. A portmanteau of “bistro” and “gastronomy”, the term – spelt bistronomie in France – was coined in 2004 by food critic Sébastien Demorand while reviewing La Régalade, a small bistro that…

Coya

  No lesser name than Alain Ducasse claimed that “Peru will become one of the leading actors on the global culinary scene” and London has been getting excited about Peruvian cuisine for some time now. Coya was one of several places that helped kickstart that Peruvian food trend a couple of years ago and now…