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  • Al Sufouh Rd., Dubai Marina Map It
  • Dubai Marina
  • Turkish
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 04/19/2017

Fodor's Review

Local chef Colin Clague (previously of Zuma and Qbara) has again opened up a seamless venue that captures just the right amount of culture, class, and exotic beauty to fit with Dubai's classy restaurant scene. Although Ruya calls itself a Turkish restaurant, there are elements fused from many cuisines, particularly Nikkei and those of other Middle Eastern countries. The interior is open and elegant, yet plush and exotic. There are moss walls, Arabic lanterns, majlis-style seating, marble floors, and an enormous central bread oven. In cooler weather, the glass walls open up to turn the entire venue into an open-air space. The most famous dish is a simple two-cheese pide (Turkish flatbread) with a soft-cooked egg yolk, but also look for sashimi, flamboyant salads and richly flavored exotic stews and kebabs. Alcohol served.

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Grosvenor House Hotel, Al Sufouh Rd., Dubai Marina, Lobby level, Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Published 04/19/2017


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