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Dubai restaurants to try this Eid

By Emma Hodgson | June 21, 2017

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Planning on staying in Dubai this Eid? Here’s some of the tastiest restaurant deals on offer over the long weekend

New summer menu at BiCE Ristorante

One of Dubai’s best-loved Italian restaurants is launching a new summer menu this Eid. Diners can try the restaurant’s new pearl barley salad with buffalo mozzarella and tomatoes, their virgin mojito risotto (with fresh mint and lime) and a delicious sea bream fillet with red orange sauce and fresh dill potatoes. There’s also a tasty watermelon sorbet with chocolate seeds for dessert. The menu is also available with drinks pairing.

Prices: AED 280 for 4-course menu; AED 380 for 4-course menu with grape pairing. Dishes also available individually.

Times: Daily 12:30pm to 3:30pm and 7pm to 11:30pm.

Contact details: For more information, visit www.hilton.com or email bicerest.jumeirah@hilton.com . For reservations, call +971 4 318 2520

Limited offer spice menu at Farzi café

New self-proclaimed “spice bistro” Farzi café will be serving up a limited-time Eid menu this long weekend. The café, which has both Middle Eastern and Indian influences, will be cooking up slow cooked lamb (their take on “Indian Seekh”) served with naan, bhel puri (puffed rice, assorted nuts and savory wafers tossed in tangy and sweet sauces) and gulab jamun (a popular deep fried Indian milk-based sweet).

Times: Sunday-Thursday 10am-11pm, Friday and Saturday 9am-11.30pm.

Contact details: Citywalk Phase 2, for reservations call +971 4394 2556 or email manishbacchas@farzicafe.ae

Sunday and Monday night brunch at Morah

Situated in the J W Marriott Marquis, Middle East restaurant Morah will be holding an Arabian themed brunch over 25th and 26th June. Running from 8pm to 12 midnight, there will be belly dancers, Middle Eastern lounge music, and an Arabian themed buffet, along with panoramic views across the city from its location on the 72nd floor of the hotel.

Prices: soft beverages AED 295, house beverages AED 395 and bubbly AED 495

Times: 8pm-12 midnight, Sunday 25th and Monday 26th June.

Contact details: call +971 4 560 1799 or email reservations@morahdubai.com

Eid afternoon tea at Al Bayt

Don’t fancy partying away at a brunch or late night dinner? Why not try a more relaxed afternoon tea. Al Bayt at the Palace Downtown will be offering up a special Eid package including tasty scones with clotted cream and jams, cupcakes, and cheesecake; smoked salmon on rye, finger sandwiches and more, served with your choice of tea or coffee expertly crafted by the inhouse tea sommelier.

Prices: AED 160 per person, including afternoon tea buffet

Times: 2pm-6pm Eid weekend

Contact details: 04 428 7888, email dine@thepalace-dubai.com

Go to a Monte Carlo themed dinner party at Sass Café

Sass Café will be holding its “Mondays Made Me” dinner party on Monday 26th June. The original Sass Café is based in Monte Carlo, and the restaurant’s Eid menu will hero flavours from the South of France. The evening menu will include king crab salad, truffle burrata, foie gras terrine along with lobster beef and saffron dishes. There will also be a live DJ, with tables being moved aside after dinner to turn the café into a dance floor.

Times: 7pm onwards, Monday 26th June

Contact: Al Fattan Currency House in DIFC, reservations@sasscafe-dubai.ae or +971 (0)4 352 7722



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