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Fine dining becomes accessible

Fine dining becomes accessible

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Dubai Food FestivalI love to eat and last year at Dubai Food Festival, I had the opportunity to try some new stuff through some of the food trucks and beach set up. I got an email from an agency that said that the festival returns this year but this year, what I am most looking forward to, is fine dining that is accessible. Yay! Launching on the first day of the Festival for 10 days (25 February to 5 March), the Dubai Restaurant Week will see 30 of the city’s best fine-dining restaurants offer a three-course set menu at the exceptional price of AED189 per person. Offering an eclectic mix of cuisines and flavours, Restaurant Week participants include: Alta Badia, Ashiana by Vineet, Atelier M, Boca, Bread Street Kitchen, Café Belge, Fogueira, Fume, Garden, Hoi An, Junoon, JW’s Steakhouse, Kiku, Mint Leaf of London, Okku, Pai Thai, Positano, Qbara, Rang Mahal, Rivington Grill, Sea Fu, Seven Sands, Social By Heinz Beck, The Croft, The Hide, The Ivy, Thiptara, Vivaldi by Alfredo Russo, Yuan and Zheng He's. You can book tables right away through Round Menu, the official booking partner of Dubai Restaurant Week. The Round Menu page also includes details on each of the restaurant and the capability of booking in advance. Fine dining is sometimes a bit of a luxury

Fine dining is sometimes a bit of a luxury for me and this line up of 30 is fabulous. I might take Restaurant Week to check out a couple of places that I have been meaning to try out: Boca, Garden, Bread Street Kitchen, The Croft, Qbara, Fogeira, and last, but not least, Pai Thai. Don't get me wrong, I'd like to try them all but if I get to try at least one of the short lists, that would be great.

Who wants to join me?

Buffets and brunches

Buffets and brunches

Cultural Meanderings

Cultural Meanderings