Food and drink
Mixing modern and traditional Italian, the multi-award winning BiCE continues in the same vain as the original BiCE that opened in Milan over 80 years ago. The results are supreme, with lobster carpaccio, Sicilian rigatoni and black and white tagliolini with tiger prawns among the very Italian offerings you're likely to have for some time.
The lobster capaccio, served with caviar and artichoke heart, is the signature, and heartily recommended.
This is a fine-dining experience, but still remains relatively relaxed and far-from-snooty. A long-standing favourite in Dubai, it's popular with both foodie expats and tourists looking for something a bit special.
Impeccable. Let them talk you through the menu and wine list. The food also comes fairly quickly, but this doesn't at all detract from the quality.
BiCE sits with sea views in the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah, the rather tired looking beachside hotel in the Dubai Marina in front of the giant Jumeirah Beach Residences.
Dubai's best Italian doesn't come cheap, and mains will set you back around 100-150 dirhams. If you're having wine, expect a meal for two to top 500 dirhams.
- Mature travellers