The Link Dubai, located at the One&Only One Za’abeel in Dubai, is set to become one of the most talked about dining destinations in the city with its world-class culinary concepts and breathtaking design. Suspended 100 meters above the ground, The Link houses a collection of restaurants and bars helmed by some of the biggest names in the industry. With sustainability and innovation at its core, The Link promises guests experiences they will never forget.

Spread across the cantilever that stretches out from the One&Only One Za’abeel like an outstretched arm, The Link makes the most of its unique location with panoramic views of the Dubai skyline on full display. Its glass-fronted design allows natural light to flood the space during the day while after dark, the city below is illuminated. Conceptualized by renowned Japanese architecture firm Nikken Sekkei, The Link floats across the Dubai skyline, truly embodying the innovative spirit of the city. 

Diners at The Link can embark on a global gastronomic journey with six signature restaurants, each showcasing a different cuisine and culture. French fine dining is represented by two-Michelin starred Anne-Sophie Pic’s La Dame de Pic, focusing on seasonal, sustainably-sourced ingredients. For relaxed all-day dining and afternoon tea, guests can visit Aelia which serves French Riviera classics. Spanish influences come to the fore at three-Michelin starred chef Paco Morales’ Qabu, transporting diners to medieval Andalusia with its traditional Moorish flavors. 

Sustainability is at the core of DuangDy, the first Dubai outpost of acclaimed Thai chef duo Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones. Using locally-sourced ingredients where possible, DuangDy stays true to authentic Thai cooking techniques while respecting the environment. Japanese cuisine is explored through the lenses of Australia’s acclaimed Tetsuya Wakuda at his new Dubai restaurant Sagetsu, focusing on fresh, seasonal produce. Nikkei cuisine with South American influences takes centerstage at the lively poolside restaurant and bar Tapasake. 

Rounding up The Link’s stellar culinary lineup is Istanbul’s renowned chef Mehmet Gürs’ Arrazuna, bridging cuisines and cultures from the Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Arabian Peninsula. Diners can experience an array of regional specialties cooked in live kitchens along with a curated retail space. For innovative Spanish fare and entertainment, four-Michelin starred Dabiz Muñoz’s StreetXO is located on Level 4, along with family-friendly Indonesian concept Andaliman. 

In addition to its impressive food and beverage offerings, The Link promises after-dark entertainment and activities for visitors. At its center is Sphere, a state-of-the-art destination bar and club with a focus on mixology and music. The Bridge of Love interactive art installation invites couples to lock digital padlocks bearing their initials onto an animated screen as a token of their love. Meanwhile, Tapasake on Level 10 beckons socializers to its infinity pool, the longest suspended pool in the UAE, with breathtaking views of the Dubai skyline and Burj Khalifa.

With sustainability at the forefront, The Link hopes to set new standards and push boundaries through initiatives like hydroponic farms, digital menus and an in-house wine retail concept. It aims to become the beating cultural heart of the city through world-class entertainment and unique experiences. Bringing together renowned culinary masters from across the globe, The Link is redefining luxury dining and socializing in Dubai, cementing its place as a must-visit destination for both residents and tourists alike.