The Middle East and Europe merge in this award-winning restaurant located in one of the most iconic buildings in Dubai and one of the greatest exponents of contemporary Arab luxury: the Burj Al Arab. Inspired by a traditional Arabian ship's sail, the building was designed by architect Tom Wright as a hotel for the Jumeriah Group. The seven-star hotel has more than 200 spacious rooms, 9 restaurants, a heliport, a large outdoor area with infinity pools with sea views and a spa area on the 18th floor. The Bab Al Yam restaurant is located on the ground floor and offers a relaxed proposal of international food with an open kitchen. The space, designed by the Godwin Austen Johnson (GAJ) interior design studio, has a large kitchen and central bar divided between the area for hot and cold dishes and with large windows overlooking one of the terraces with a swimming pool. The SIT chair with arms in a white structure and upholstery in a dark sand color brings modernity and lightness to interior and exterior areas, giving all the prominence to the incredible views.