World’s largest number of Michelin star chefs brought together for Dubai dining destination

The Link will be home to 11 culinary venues.

Dubai is set to welcome its newest and boldest dining destination perched between the dual towers of One Za’abeel later this year.

The Link is the world’s longest cantilever and will feature a portfolio of globally renowned chefs, bringing together 11 culinary concepts in one location.

The line-up includes a sophisticated French dining at La Dame de Pic by Anne-Sophie Pic, the most decorated Michelin-starred female chef in the world.

Anne-Sophie Pic is one of the most awarded female chefs in the world.

Celebrating Cordoba’s culinary history, Qabu by Paco Morales will serve contemporary Moorish Cuisine. Having garnered two Michelin stars, Morales is known for his dynamic take on Andalusian cuisine.

Elevating traditional and modern Japanese cuisine is Sagetsu with Tetsuya Wakuda. The three Michelin-starred Chef marries classical French techniques with the Japanese philosophy of using natural, seasonal flavours into a refined cuisine.

Bringing Bangkok’s most cutting-edge Thai experiences is DuangDy by Bo.Lan power duo Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones. Their one-Michelin starred restaurant, Bo.Lan was featured on Asia’s 50 Best List and was known for its sustainable ethos.

Qabu by Paco Morales will serve contemporary Moorish cuisine.

Arrazuna by Mehmet Gürs will serve the vibrant cuisines of the Levant and the Arabian Peninsula at a high-end food hall and market, featuring eight open kitchens and gourmet retail. The Michelin-starred chef is known for serving innovative Anatolian cuisine.

The international street food eatery, StreetXO by Dabiz Muñoz is a unique concept based on serving haute cuisine dishes in an informal and unexpected ambience. Celebrated as one of Madrid’s most unconventional chefs, he draws inspiration from all over the world, has three Michelin stars, and has been named Best Chef in the World for the past two years.

One&Only’s homegrown concepts remain at the heart of One Za’abeel. Set to elevate the city’s nightlife will be Sphere at The Link. The bar will offer panoramic views, creative cocktails, sommelier-selected wines, and entertainment.

Arrazuna by Mehmet Gürs will feature eight open kitchens.

Tapasake will be perched atop The Link with access to the UAE’s longest infinity pool and plush cabanas, serving contemporary Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and cocktails, backdropped by uninterrupted views of the Dubai skyline.

At The Garden on Level 4, Andaliman will embrace the flavours of the Indonesian archipelago in an engaging and interactive atmosphere.

“Kerzner continues to disrupt the hospitality industry by raising the bar in architecture and culinary excellence,” said Philippe Zuber, CEO of Kerzner International.

“Unveiling an iconic landmark, we are introducing a new paradigm of bar and restaurant concepts at The Link with the most Michelin-starred chefs under one roof.”