Dubai is growing in importance as a destination for people relocating abroad and it has also been described as a region with a good culinary scene.
Cheapflights.co.uk travel expert Oonagh Shiel explained that there is a wide variety of dishes for people to choose from.
Luxury hotels contain licensed restaurants that enable people to have enjoy alcohol with food, she added.
Roadside diners sell falafels, fresh tropical fruit juice or shwarma, which is a chicken or lamb wrap served with salad, the specialist continued.
Seafood fans are "in for a treat" in Dubai, as its coastal position ensures there is always a "fresh catch of the day", Ms Shiel declared.
She also noted individuals with a sweet tooth are "extremely well catered for", with bakeries selling "super-sweet delicacies piled high in pretty arrangements".
While taking out international health insurance is always wise for expats, with the Foreign and Commonwealth office advising that people invest in comprehensive medical and travel insurance.