Got a carnivorous craving? We’re spoiled for choice with brilliant places for steak in Dubai. Whether you’re in the mood for fine-dining or somewhere you can select your own prime cuts, we’ve got you covered with the best steakhouses in Dubai.

Here are the best steakhouses to try in Dubai…


With its dark wood, dimly lit wine cellar, and exposed brick, Asado is an Argentinian steakhouse that oozes South American charm. But when you go out, you are strongly reminded that this steakhouse is in Dubai, with its floating terrace overlooking the Burj Khalifa and the fountain show. If the weather permits, the wooden tables on the terrace make the best seats in the house, where a pleasant dining experience is surrounded by the dazzling spectacle of the Dubai Fountain. The menu focuses on premium cuts of Argentinian beef, with a selection of cooked-to-order sirloin, ribeye and tenderloin cuts that can be accompanied with flavorful sides like deep-fried potatoes, truffled mushrooms and grilled asparagus.

Bushman’s Restaurant & Bar

Head into the Australian outback with Anantara’s steakhouse, Bushman’s. There are no prizes for guessing that all the meat comes straight from Australia, and the kangaroo sirloin steak is the highlight on the menu. Another is the wagyu brisket salad with roasted vegetables, pesto aioli and balsamic dressing. Best to try Bushman’s in the cooler months and enjoy your steak al fresco.


If you’ve watched the popular Netflix series Chef’s Table, you’ll recognize chef and butcher Dario Cecchini from part six. The larger-than-life trumpeter, meat cutter, butcher and chef has opened his first international stand in Dubai, and the new ‘Carna’ is as bold and vibrant as its creator. The new restaurant is located on the 74th floor of SLS Dubai, so you’re guaranteed a fantastic view of the city below. Floor-to-ceiling windows wind their way through green-tiled walls that surround an array of chandeliers and cozy booth tables. A large whiskey bar welcomes guests to one side of the entrance, while a retail area highlights take-home meats and Dario’s own olive oil. Read what What’s On thought here.

Graze Gastro Grill

Variety stands out when you look at Graze’s menu, with a great selection of cuts of meat from josper grill to grain-fed Australian Wagyu. The sides are noteworthy in their own right, and the Baked Truffle Mac and Cheese is on our must-try list — sounds totally naughty but totally worth it.

Hunter & Barrel

Steakhouse dubai Hunter & Barrel is the neighborhood spot that seamlessly bridges the gap between a top-notch steakhouse and a casual social hangout. Perfect for a date night or dinner with friends, here you’ll find signature smoky meat and barrel-aged craft beverages. For those who are serious about their steak, check out the Steak Program menu, boasting fillet, rump, sirloin, and rib-eye, a 1.3kg tomahawk or 700g Angus t-bone. All steaks are either grain-fed, CAB prime or wagyu.

Observatory Bar & Grill

If you’re looking to tuck into a succulent steak with an epic view of the city, then old Dubai favourite, The Observatory should be on your must-visit list immediately. The majority of their cuts of meat come from Australia, and you can go over-the-top fancy by opting to add foie gras or scampi to your meal.

Rhodes Twenty10

Rhodes Twenty10 is located in Dubai Marina. It has a traditional atmosphere, with white tablecloths and dim lighting providing an intimate setting for elegant dining. The menu includes not only succulent steaks, but also some of the most beloved dishes from the past decade by the late chef Gary Rhodes.


Seafire at Atlantis is somewhat of a stalwart when it comes to steakhouses in Dubai. While it’s at the more expensive end of the spectrum, it’s definitely worth a visit for a special occasion. If you’re a bit of a wine connoisseur, you won’t be troubled for choice as Seafire have a walk-in cellar with over 4,000 bottles of wine.

The Grand Grill

The Grand Grill are a long-standing member of Dubai’s steak society and has been firmly positioned at the Dubai Marina since 2006. Whilst they’re primarily a South-African steakhouse, you’ll find cuts from Argentina, Australia, America and Kobe as well as South Africa.