Dubai Creek has been an indispensable part of the people of Dubai in the olden days when it was just a fishing village and pearl-diving region. This saltwater creek runs through the middle of the city separating the city into two important areas of Deira and Bur Dubai. A visit to this place is an absolute must when you are in Dubai.
Dhows are traditional wooden boats that were used in the past by the traders and locals to travel from one place to another. In recent years, the Dhow has been given a makeover into a floating restaurant. Traveling onboard these charming wooden vessels is an ideal way to experience great Arabian hospitality and Emirati culture.
All our dhows have upper and lower decks and are decorated in traditional Bedouin style that gives you a glimpse of ancient Arabian life. Set sail onboard the dhow for an unforgettable journey where you are surrounded by a soft breeze, the babble of water, and the splendid sights of the city.
The Dhow takes you on a memorable gastronomic journey while you sit back and enjoy the picturesque views around you while enjoying beautiful music played in the background. Start your evening with a welcome drink, followed by a lavish spread of delectable traditional Arabic food. Satisfy your taste buds with some scrumptious vegetarian and non-vegetarian fare, especially our barbequed starters. Finish your meal with Arabic coffee and tea.
We ensure that our guests also get to experience live cultural performances on board. Enjoy an evening filled with dance and music and shows such as Tanura Dance performed by talented artists.