Palm Jumeirah has positioned itself as a destination of culinary excellence, with four one-star restaurants, one two-star restaurant and one restaurant awarded a Bib Gourmand, in the inaugural edition of the Michelin Guide Dubai, 2022. 

The newly opened Trèsind Studio at Nakheel Mall was awarded one Michelin Star and commended for its original and precisely executed multi-course tasting menu by renowned Chef Himanshu Saini. Additional one Michelin Star winners on Palm Jumeirah include Hakkasan Dubai at Atlantis, Ossiano at Atlantis, Torno Subito at W Dubai, while STAY by Yannick Alleno at One & Only claimed two Michelin Stars for its sophisticated French dishes. Four more restaurants on Palm Jumeirah were spotlighted in the Michelin Guide Dubai as Michelin-selected restaurants, including Akira Back, Nobu, Social by Heinz Beck and Little Miss India.

Omar Khoory, Chief Assets Officer at Nakheel, said: “We are proud to see Palm Jumeirah become a destination of culinary excellence, through the recognition and award by Michelin Guide Dubai. This milestone echoes His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai’s vision, underlining Palm Jumeirah’s evolution into a unique destination which promotes F&B excellence through vibrant and diverse gastronomic experiences. We are honoured to host five Michelin Star restaurants and see Club Vista Mare’s Ibn AlBahr receive a Bib Gourmand award. As we move forward, we will continue to cultivate an environment where our F&B partners can spotlight their innovative cuisines as well as deliver award-winning and memorable gastronomic experiences to Palm Jumeirah visitors.”