CELEBRITY CHEFS

With an ever increasing number of restaurants opening across Dubai's culinary landscape, celebrity chefs are seizing the chance to be part of this amazing nightlife scene. With everything from traditional British fare to Indian, Japanese, Italian and French dishes, these world-renowned chefs are cooking up a storm with their famous concoctions.

If you're looking to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, or just tell the folks back home that Gary Rhodes made you breakfast, then here's a list of the household names you'll find in Dubai.


Chef Greg Malouf’s restaurant opens in Dubai
He’s credited with creating modern Middle Eastern cuisine.


Greg Malouf
Greg Malouf has inspired a generation of young chefs and transformed the Melbourne restaurant scene with his passion and understanding for the flavours of Lebanon, Syria, Morocco, Turkey, Persia and Egypt.


Wolfgang Puck
The name Wolfgang Puck is synonymous with the best in restaurant hospitality and the ultimate in culinary arts.


Jamie Oliver
In 2008, Jamie Oliver launched Jamie's Italian in Oxford, his first high-street restaurant venture. Jamie's Italian proved to be a great


Marco Pierre White
Marco Pierre White, the godfather of modern cooking and dubbed the first celebrity chef, was the youngest chef ever to be awarded three Michelin stars


Gary Rhodes
Chef Gary Rhodes' legendary dedication to his craft and relentless pursuit of perfection has placed him firmly at the forefront of today's culinary world


Richard Sandoval
Growing up in Mexico City, Chef Richard Sandoval would join his grandmother in the kitchen and gather around her large table with family to enjoy lively Mexican feasts prepared from scratch


Vineet Bhatia
Vineet Bhatia was born into an educated middle class family in Bombay, India in 1967. His first passion in life was aeroplanes, closely followed by his mother's love of cooking

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