Dubai does not have a lot of Chinese restaurants but among the small number there is wide variety, from spicy and oily noodles to sophisticated seafood. Dragon Mart is a popular place that serves a number of vegetarian dishes. If you're tired of shopping and have a hole in your pocket, head to Pumpys for quality food at affordable prices and scrumptious Chinese sizzlers. Chimes is a small Chinese restaurant with takeout situated in the Seven Sands Hotel in the Al Barsha area. Starters include vegetable spring rolls and tom yum soup, while main courses cover all the traditional favorites and various styles of rice. Ningxia is also inexpensive - you can come for lunch and have a full meal (starter, main course with rice or noodles) for only AED18 - but it's essential to make a reservation at least three hours in advance. Junsui is in in the ultraluxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel and it's a chic restaurant that serves a varied mix of Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indonesian and Korean cuisine. From the white box to the white tablecloth, you'll find the Chinese dining experience you're looking for in Dubai.
Al Barsha 1
Seven Sands Hotel
Near Defence R/A, Sh. Zayed Road
Jumeirah Beach Road, Next to Wild Wadi
Madinat Jumeirah Hotel Dubai
Jumeirah Beach Road
Ground Floor, Burj Al Arab
Regent Palace Hotel
World Trade Center Road
Seafood Cuisine From Thailand, Japan, & China...
Al Khaleej Road & Al Falah Street-51st Street
Heritage Shindagha Village