The Best Kosher Restaurants in Dubai

The Best Kosher Restaurants in Dubai

Fun fact: more than 3,000 Jews live in the UAE, and most of them are in Dubai. The good news is: they didn’t only bring their culture with them but also their love for delicious and healthy food. 

And it’s not just about regular food here—we’re talking about flavorful, nutritious dishes that will have you craving your next kosher meal.

If you’re feeling those hunger pangs coming, let’s get right into the best kosher restaurants in Dubai below!

The Kosher Place


Address: Jumeirah Creekside Hotel – Rebat Street – Garhoud – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact details: +971 50 175 9411

Operating hours:

  • 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM from Sunday to Thursday (Breakfast)
  • 1:00 PM to 12:00 AM from Sunday to Thursday (Lunch/Dinner)
  • 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM on Saturdays


  • Approx. AED 150 for one person

The Kosher Place is where you must visit in Dubai if your idea of a good kosher meal includes schnitzels and skewers.

Located at the beautiful Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, the restaurant embraces a relaxing vibe with its wood, marble, and leather elements that instantly make you feel at home.

That same feeling translates into your meal, as kosher food is about bringing people together. Many would even say that it’s one of the best places for grilled meats in the city!

With a menu that highlights familiar kosher flavors with hints of Asian and Mediterranean influences, you might get that sense of familiarity even if it’s your first time dining at a kosher restaurant.

If it’s your first time to dine at a kosher restaurant, we recommend that you stick with classics to introduce your palate to kosher food. Our favorites are the homemade salads, focaccia shawarma, and all the meat skewers that the restaurant offers.

We feel it’s also best to ask the waiter for the soup of the day and finish off your meal with the best lemon tarte meringue you’ll ever taste in your life!

For drinks, you may enjoy a hot cup of coffee or an herbal infusion tea to warm your tummy after that sumptuous meal. 

Pro tip:
Keep in mind that The Kosher Place doesn’t accept walk-ins, so you have to book a reservation beforehand.

Mul Hayam


Address: 33rd Street – Umm Suqeim – Jumeirah 3 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact details: +972 50 345 8100

Operating hours: 

  • 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM from Sunday to Thursday
  • 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Friday


  • Approx. AED 175 for two people

Mul Hayam is one of the best kosher restaurants in Dubai, offering authentic kosher food with the marina and Burj Al Arab as your backdrop.

This dainty spot introduced kosher food to the city, and locals have been in love ever since, including us. In fact, we’d bet that it has the most delicious falafel in Dubai!

While you’re there, make sure to indulge in their pasta bolognese, pita burger, and shabbat salmon—they’re absolute winners. 

But if you’re watching your calories, Mul Hayam has you covered with the most delicious chopped salad and a spicy salad for those who like it hot.

Pro tip:
With a name that translates to “facing the sea,” Mul Hayam gives you some of the most Instagrammable views in all of the city. Book the restaurant for a late afternoon hangout and snap some killer sunset shots with your favorite crew!

Cafe Bibi


Address: Mazaya Center – Sheikh Zayed Collector Road – Al Wasl – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact details: +971 4343 4214

Operating hours:

  • 9:00 AM to 11:45 PM from Sunday to Thursday
  • 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Friday
  • 7:30 PM to 12:30 AM on Saturday 


  • Approx. AED 180 for two people

Cafe Bibi is where Israeli meets Italian cuisine, right near the heart of Dubai. A must-try kosher restaurant, its menu focuses on three things: coffee, pizza, and pasta.

If you want to start your day right, enjoy a classic Greek salad with a cup of long espresso or a hot cup of mint tea.

Got hungry from shopping at Al Mazaya Shopping Centre? Treat yourself to a hearty bowl of Greek salad, a margarita pizza, or penne pasta in mushroom Alfredo sauce.

Pro tip:
Cafe Bibi is located just five minutes away from Burj Khalifa. So, if you’re visiting the Downtown Dubai area, why not stop by the cafe for breakfast or lunch?

Elli’s Cafe


Address: Galleria Golden Mile Building, 4 Palm – Palm Jumeirah – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact details: +971 58 530 6053

Operating hours:

  • 8:00 Am to 9:30 PM daily


  • Approx. AED 200 for two people

Elli’s Cafe is a feel-good neighborhood eatery serving excellent kosher breakfast delights, making it one of Dubai’s best kosher-certified restaurants.

Located on the Golden Mile in Palm Jumeirah, the cafe is known for its airy and clean interiors—it’s good for work, holding meetings, or just relaxing after a busy day. 

Also, just imagine smelling the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and baked goodies—a great way to start your morning! We also love the no-meat eggs Benedict and smashed avocado for breakfast. Don’t we all?

Or maybe you prefer to enjoy some cocktails while watching your little ones have fun at the park nearby.

Other than that, you can’t miss trying the cafe’s famous salmon burger, fish and chips, and pizza ai funghi, or “mushroom pizza”—all while enjoying stunning views of the island. The good life, it is!

Pro tip:
Are you vegan, vegetarian, or pescatarian? Ask the staff at Elli’s Cafe for their special menu so you can enjoy the cafe’s good food while adhering to your diet.

Rimon Supermarket


Address: 18 AL Wasl Road – Al Safa 1 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact details: +971 54 584 8867

Operating hours:

  • 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM from Sunday to Thursday
  • 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on Friday


  • Approx. AED 100 per person

Rimon Supermarket is the first kosher supermarket in the Gulf serving delicious kosher comfort food in Dubai.

Named after the Hebrew word for pomegranate, this place is bursting with kosher goodies sourced from Israel, the United States, and Europe.

But what we think makes people keep coming back to Rimon is its selection of home cooked Shabbat food, which includes meat, salads, and challah. It’s a real treat!

Other than that, we love their variety of kosher snacks that are guilt-free, healthy, and absolutely delicious. Try the peanut butter snack bamba or the crunchy, pasta-shaped snack called bissli

Pro tip:
If you’re visiting Rimon Supermarket during Shabbat (which starts from Friday evening until Saturday evening), it’s smart to go to the store as soon as they open to get fresh kosher meals—a lot of Jews flock here for their Shabbat fare!