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Bab Al Yam, Burj Al Arab Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3017777
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai
Bacchus, The Fairmont Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3118000
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
Baithal Ravi Restaurant, Al Musalla Road
Contact: +971 4 3258090
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Baladna, Wafi
Contact: +971 4 3246444
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Bamboo Lagoon, JW Marriott Hotel
Contact: +971 4 6077977
Location: Deira, Dubai
Barbecue Delights, Movenpick Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3490711
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Barrio Fiesta, Bur Juman
Contact: +971 4 3594158
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Barzar, Souk Madinat Jumeirah
Contact: +971 4 3666730
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai
Bastakiah Nights, Bur Dubai
Contact: +971 4 3537772
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Baywatch, Sheraton Jumeirah Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3995533
Location: Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), Dubai
Bazerkhan, Capitol Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3460111
Location: Satwa, Dubai
Beach Bar and Grill, The One & Only Royal Mirage
Contact: +971 4 3999999
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai
Beachcombers, Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Contact: +971 4 3480000
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai
Beachcombers, Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Contact: +971 4 4068999
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai
Belgian Beer Café, Crowne Plaza
Contact: +971 4 7012222
Location: Dubai Festival City, Dubai
Bellucci, Wafi
Contact: +971 4 3244100
Location: Bur Dubai, Dubai
Benihana, Al Bustan Rotana
Contact: +971 4 2820000
Location: Garhoud, Dubai
Benjarong, Dusit Dubai
Contact: +971 4 3433333
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
Bento-Ya
Contact: +971 4 3430222
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
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A 'must do' when in Dubai.
Take a magic carpet ride across rolling red sand dunes, with an amazing bird's eye view of the untouched desert below.
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