Perched on the jetty’s edge over the waters of the Arabian Gulf, with the illuminated Burj Al Arab to the right and the towering Burj Khalifa as the backdrop, Pierchic diners couldn't be faulted for feeling as though they'd stepped into a Visit Dubai tourism advert. With ambience this amazing, the actual menu has some tough competition; thankfully, it delivers. In fact, three-Michelin-starred chef Laurent Gras' offerings of fresh fish, oysters, scallops, sashimi and lobster may even threaten to steal the limelight. Try Kelly oysters, followed by the catch of the day baked in a salt crust.


Jumeirah includes the stretch of coastline, beaches and suburbs in front of Jumeirah Beach Road, which divides the city from the Arabian Gulf. Given the lack of identifiable street names and numbers, those taking taxis will find it easiest to use landmarks to identify destinations, with Wild Wadi Waterpark, the Burj Al Arab and Madinat Jumeirah most commonly referenced.

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