Instead, the venue is designed with classic elegance and simplicity. The tables are dressed with white linen table cloths and tiny tea light candles, creating a romantic setting after dark.
The menu is divided into courses of antipasti, soups, pasta dishes, and seafood-heavy main dishes. A simple and delicious way to start is with the burrata: a perfect combination of creamy mozzarella and tomatoes.
Of the pasta dishes, the spaghetti carbonara with wagyu beef bacon is mouth-wateringly good, though the classic fettucini bolognese isn’t quite as exciting.
Between the location as trendy as DIFC and views of Dubai’s skyline, chic setting, and overall well-executed menu, Roberto’s is a good spot for a lively dinner out.