Eid Restaurant Guide

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Celebrating Eid Around The World  


Eid is one of the biggest periods for our dedicated bookings team at MCC because we are not only securing seats at some of the most popular restaurants around the world but we are helping and guiding our members on their travel and Eid Celebrations planning, wherever that may be. From London to Tokyo to Dubai, our members are taking this opportunity to make Eid as memorable as possible with their friends and family, and MCC is always happy to help!

Here is an overview of what has kept us busy these past few weeks  - restaurants that our members have shown great interest in for the end of Holy Month.  



White Robata

Following our deep dive into Ramadan restaurants earlier this month, we turn our attention to what is proving popular in the build up to Eid. Many of our members still stay local and celebrate in one of the fastest growing restaurant scenes in the world, home to many of our own business network and collaborators.


White Robata

Freshly opened following a series of promotional evenings including MCC members, the hotly anticipated White Robata finally opens its doors in time for Eid to offer Riyadh its unique take on Japanese-American fusion cuisine.


Jon & Vinnies

Italian-American eatery offering pizza and pasta favourites in a warm, intimate setting.


Le Petite Maison

Popular with members throughout the year, LPM  remains a favourite for Eid thanks to its sophisticated and elegant atmosphere and extensive French-Mediterranean menu.


Senior Sassi

An upscale Italian restaurant focusing on the classic dishes of southern Italy including truffle pasta and some of the best Italian-style seafood in the Middle East.  



Another MCC favourite, we have hosted many members here and continue to participate in their special events, Kuuru remains a hot ticket in Riyadh for their high end Japanese cuisine and stunning decor.




Wagyu Mafia

Tokyo has proven so popular this year with our members, and many will be travelling to Tokyo for Eid. Japanese cuisine remains hugely popular and Tokyo is in many ways the heart of that scene, but as a massive global city it also offers the best in every cuisine in some of the most stunning metropolis locations you can find anywhere.


Sushi Takamitsu

A hot ticket and known to be difficult to secure reservations, we’ve been supporting our members for this stylish and popular venue for some of the best Japanese food in Tokyo.


Ten Tempura Uchitsu

Highly acclaimed for its sophisticated take on the classic Japanese tempura, with various traditional and modern interpretations of the dish.


New York Grill

A restaurant that offers a variety of grilled dishes including steak and seafood prepared with Japanese influences, located on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo, offering unrivalled views of the city for upscale dining.


Wagyu Mafia

As you would expect, a restaurant famous for its premium cuts of the famous Japanese beef. Relatively new to Tokyo it has quickly gained a reputation for its meats and unique dishes such as the aged beef with truffle sauce and tataki-style preparations.


Joel Robuchon

A well known fine dining restaurant in the heart of Tokyo, this is an exquisite French cuisine experience with modern and creative twists, which currently boasts a 3 Michelin Star rating.



From the early days of the opening of Nobu NYC in 1994, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has developed an incredible reputation around the world for his signature fusion of high end Japanese cuisine and South American ingredients. Nobu Tokyo in the city’s Roppongi district remains as popular as ever.  


Omotesando Ukai Tei

Located as you would expect in the trendy Omotesando district of Tokyo,  it specialises in grilled dishes such as Wagyu beef, seafood, and charcoal-grilled vegetables, alongside traditional Japanese dishes such as sushi and tempura.




The Aubrey

A constant and consistent favourite destination of our members, and a truly international city, London still remains one of the most popular and diverse restaurant scenes in the world, and always comes alive for Eid thanks to its diverse people, neighbourhoods and cultures. 


At Sloane

A modern British brasserie located in the heart of Chelsea in London. It features a seasonal menu that showcases classic and contemporary dishes made with fresh, local ingredients sourced from nearby farms and markets.  


The Dover

Michelin-starred French restaurant located in Mayfair by former Soho House chief Martin Kuczmarski, that combines the best of contemporary and classic French dishes, with an aesthetic said to be styled after the glamour and sophistication of 1970s Sophia Loren.  


Paper Moon

Also situated at the OWO, Paper Moon has become one of the most talked about Italian restaurants in London thanks to its authenticity and diverse menu. Spread over multiple rooms including a marble bar and lounge, Paper Moon is hugely popular with locals and tourists looking for an upscale Italian experience.


The Barbary Next Door

Located in Covent Garden and specialising in North African food, which is great for all-day dining and intimate evening meals. Popular with locals thanks to its authentic grilled meats, homemade breads and lots of vegetarian options.


The Aubrey

The Aubrey is a home-away-from-home for local London and global guests alike that offers an eccentric Japanese Izakaya experience, situated at the stunning Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hyde Park. All of Japan’s favourites from Kobe beef to Robata in an upscale setting.






Ibn Al-Bahr

Dubai remains one of the most thriving and popular destinations for tourists and business travellers and as a result the restaurant scene remains incredibly popular, particularly during seasonal and holiday periods such as Ramadan and Eid.



A favourite thanks to its Persian-inspired menu of grilled meats, mezze dishes and a wide variety of vegetarian options. Located in Dar Wasl and known for its classic Persian flavours such as saffron, sumac and barberry and for “reinterpreting the classic hole in the wall eateries lining the streets of Tehran”.



Calling itself the best seafood restaurant in Dubai and boasting a Burj Khalifa view, Urla specialises in coastal Aegean cuisine.  



Named after the Greek Goddess of Earth, Gaia embodies the quintessence of Greek-Mediterranean cuisine with a modern palate and captivating charm. Gaia is a Michelin-Guide restaurant and is located in the IDFC.


Maison de la Plage

In the trendy spot of Palm West Beach in Palm Jumeirah, this beach house with ocean views offers a taste of the French Riviera with modern French cuisine and and traditional cooking techniques to create a unique gastronomic experience.


Ibn Al Bahr

A Lebanese restaurant that suitably focuses on its seafood, thanks to its location at Club Vista Mare in Palm Jumeirah. Also offering its traditional choices of grilled meats and mezzes with stunning ocean views and a fantastic al fresco terrace.  



Lena is a Mediterranean fusion restaurant that combines the best dishes from Greece, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt. Located in the heart of Dubai in St Regis Garden, Lena offers a “gastronomic journey that blends tradition with modern sophistication.”



Bahr  & Terrace

Portugal is becoming more and more popular with our members, in the same way that it is becoming more and more a must-see holiday destination for the world. Lisbon is truly happening right now, and is a perfect time to visit thanks to its pleasant and mild Spring weather. 



Offering a contemporary Italian menu, Rocco’s menu is a selection of traditional dishes with a modern twist, including fresh pasta, seafood and meat entrees.  



A Michelin-Guide restaurant and a family run business, located next to Museu Nacional de História Natural e da Ciência. Known for its modern, globally inspired cuisine and is available (for dinner only) on two tasting menus: omnivorus and the vegetarian Terra.  


Bahr & Terrace

Located in the stunning Bairro Alto Hotel and offering stunning  views of the River Tejo, focusing on modern and varied Portuguese cuisine, known for its “bohemian and irreverent atmosphere, a nod to the artists that marked the city; sophisticated, but relaxed.”



Located in the Four Seasons Ritz, Michelin-starred chef Pedro Pena Bastos create artisanal dishes of great depth, taste and meaning using local seasonal ingredients, the best in traditional Portuguese food.


This list is just a cross section of what our members are booking and requesting right now, and are just a taster of the hundreds of restaurants worldwide we provide bookings for. If you are a member and require any further information about these restaurants or want to book a table for Eid or anytime in the future, contact the MCC bookings team.