Gather your friends and head to this hotspot for their latest chapter, the Food Truck concept. Diners can expect a 14-course menu (vegetarian option available) that features food truck specialities with a creative twist. Non-vegetarians can savour dishes such as Doritos dynamite, curry leaf Genovese pizza, chicken tikka karaage, lamb birria taco and Kerala curry ramen with chilli prawns, to name a few. The vegetarian menu features malai avocado roll ups, coconut curry ramen with chilli tofu and vada bao with tamarind and yuzu chutney. Both menus feature similar dishes, ending with indulgent desserts such as mango cheesecake and chocolate and banana waffle.
From Dhs225 per person. Contact +971 56 420 9754 or +971 52 242 4262.
Mango Tree Thai Bistro, Hilton Dubai The Walk
Explore the four regions of Thailand with sharing-style dishes at 50% off. If you’re on an intermittent diet or in JBR and feeling peckish, make use of the Early Bird Dinner special. We recommend the watermelon salad with dry shrimps floss, Som Tam corn with your choice of meat and Thai seafood sauce, and the traditional street papaya salad with prawns to begin with. For entrées, look no further than the crab-fried rice, northern homemade chicken curry, and shrimp Pad Thai noodles with yellow tofu and tamarind sauce.
Daily from 5-7pm. Contact +971 4 374 7555.
Hell’s Kitchen, Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai
Gordon Ramsay’s fiery restaurant will now celebrate the famous Beef Wellington, a firm favourite on the menu, with the new #ShowMeYourWelly dining experience taking place every Wednesday. The signature Beef Wellington is a tender beef fillet wrapped in puff pastry with a mushroom duxelle, accompanied with creamy potato purée, glazed root vegetables and red grape demi-glace. Diners can enjoy the classic Beef Wellington with a choice of one side including rocket salad with sundried tomatoes and parmesan, potato purée with chopped chives, sweet potato fries or truffle green beans with confit shallot, as well as a carafe. Non-meat eaters worry not, the Vegetarian Wellington is just as great, made up of salt-baked beetroot wrapped in puff pastry with a mushroom duxelle, served with an English pea purée, glazed baby artichokes and a vegetable demi-glace. The vegetarian option includes a choice of one side and a carafe of red, white or rose grape.
AED350 for the meat option and AED280 for the vegetarian meal. The special is served every Wednesday, from 6-10:30pm.
DIFC’s latest Indian bar and eatery has special offers for those looking to try the city’s culinary offerings. Diners can avail 10% discount on the total bill, using the code BB2020. A limited-time deal of buy three, get one free is also available on their Express Lunch Menu. Diners can share a portion of Chutney Papad Tokri, before tucking into the Smalls menu. Mains include an extensive selection of grills, big plates and biryanis.
The capital’s iconic Cantonese restaurant has reopened for dinner reservations. Taking inspiration from both contemporary and ancient China, the menu comprises award-winning dishes and signature specials such as the Supreme dim sum platter, Peking duck and Stir-fry black pepper rib-eye beef. The Taste of Hakkasan and Hakkatini promotions are available too.
Wednesdays to Saturdays from 6pm to 11.30pm. Contact +971 2 690 7739.
Boa Steakhouse, Saadiyat Beach Club
Overlooking the Eastern Mangroves, this steakhouse offers an à la carte menu, back-to-back days of brunching, a Gentlemen’s Saturday night special and a Business Lunch package. On Thursday night, guests can feast at the newly launched evening brunch that showcases some of the finest quality meat. On Friday afternoon, seafood lovers can tuck into BOA’s five-stage brunch menu, starting with a seafood tower, followed by cold and hot starters, before the main course and, finally, a dessert platter. Men can gather their friends on Saturday night and catch up over succulent steak and aged drinks.
Contact +971 2 641 1500 for price packages.