The Pods Dubai, offering unusual dining experience will open its doors in May

Dubai will soon add The Pods to its list of unusual dining experiences. The Pods Dubai is, located on Bluewaters Island, is a pan-Asian restaurant that is all set to open its doors in May.

Dubai will soon add The Pods to its list of unusual dining experiences. The Pods Dubai is, located on Bluewaters Island, is a pan-Asian restaurant that is all set to open its doors in May.

The restaurant, which is already accepting reservations, will be offering a private dining experience in the shape of a pod for diners who are craving for a relaxed and private meal. There will be 22 pods of different sizes to have space for both big and small parties.


Around 168 guests can be adjusted in the glass domes that are fully air-conditioned, filled with lush greenery and plush seating.

The images on the official pages of the restaurant show sleek black domes with plants on the outside, while on the inside, the dome is designed with bright green decor with floral accessories.

It also features an indoor seating area that is a bar for grabbing drinks for 30 individuals, with a botanical theme against the background of an expensive black-dominated interior.

Initially conceptualised in London, it offers a private, secluded and luxurious experience to all the visitors and has a reimagined Pan-Asian Cuisine.

The menu will offer a delicious fusion of Asian classics with a modern touch. Other than dim sum, maki, gyoza, sashimi, and nigiri that make up Japanese and Chinese appetisers, Pods Dubai will also serve Burmese khow suey, Korean chicken bao, and pad Thai noodles, Thai green curry, lobster with truffle, Sichuan beef Malaysian laksa, and miso ramen.

In keeping up with the luxurious vibe, the restaurant will also be providing dedicated staff to pods individually to ensure that all guests are being looked after all the time.


The Pods are open for reservations from Sunday, 1 May onwards, through OpenTable, with bookings for dinner only, from 6:30 pm till 12:00 am.

Tariq Saeed


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