Business lunches, brunches and new openings are all on the menu for a weekend of unforgettable dining in Dubai.
Thursday 16 September 2021
Business Lunch at Cordelia, The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm
The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm has launched a new business lunch offer. Blending premium ingredients and sophistication, business associates can indulge in a two-course lunch, with the option of one starter and a main course, alongside a hot beverage. Guests can choose from frito misto or pressed watermelon salad to start, followed by wood-roasted salmon, duck confit fried rice or grilled sirloin steak for mains. Available Sunday to Thursday, from 12pm to 3pm. AED 110 per person.
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day at Maya Mexican Kitchen + Bar, Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai
Mexican Independence Day is celebrated with street parties, parades, drinks and fireworks in Mexico. This year, Maya Mexican Kitchen + Bar is bringing the fiesta to Dubai! Experience a night filled with music, carefully crafted cocktails and classic Mexican dishes, from the freshest guacamole to traditional tacos. Thursday 16 September, from 7pm to 1am. AED 299 (free flow of Margaritas and a mixed platter of tacos, quesadillas and guacamole).
GO: Visit www.maya-dubai.com for reservations and more information.
Friday 17 September 2021
Family Festa Brunch at LARTE, Studio One Hotel
Neighbourhood Italian eatery LARTE is launching a brunch for the whole family this weekend. Expect to be entertained with live pizza and pasta stations, free-flowing drinks and a games-room with foosball and board games. The brunch also includes pool access, a mime artist, singer and access to the private screening room, where family movies will be played throughout the day. Fridays, from 1pm to 4pm. AED 175 (soft beverages), AED 299 (house beverages) and AED 75 (children under twelve years).
Dine at new steakhouse Rhain, Conrad Dubai
The newly launched steakhouse welcomes diners for an evening of glamour and flavours. Designed to seat up to 155 guests, the venue boasts several unique features such as a walk-in grape cellar, an open kitchen complimented with an authentic charcoal grill, table-side food preparation and a show butcher. Rhain’s vibrant menu includes a selection of wet and dry-aged meats, prime golden steaks, Wagyu beef, and the free-range lamb from Turkey. Entertainment is at the core of Rhain, led by a resident DJ and a lineup of live music and vibrant shows, creating an energetic atmosphere within a sophisticated setting.
GO: Follow @rhainsteakhouse on Instagram for more information.
Saturday 18 September 2021
The Saturday Roast at The Nine, Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk
No weekend is complete without a succulent roast, served with vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese croquettes and crispy roast potatoes. For meat lovers, the choice includes roast chicken, roast leg of lamb and roast prime rib eye of beef, while vegetarians can also enjoy a meat-free roast. Saturdays, from 12:30pm to 4pm. Prices from AED 95 per person.
GO: Visit www.sofitel-dubai-theobelisk.com for reservations and more information.
Tuck into the new menu at Bagatelle Dubai, Fairmont Dubai
Bagatelle is a culinary destination and FACT award-winner that serves up a menu of fantastic French fare. Head Chef Ricardo Goncalves has introduced six new dishes to the Bagatelle menu, including a twist on an old favourite. The tuna tartare now serves yellowfin tuna with avocado puree, cucumber and jalapeno salsa and a blood orange dressing. The fantastic La Tomate, serves beef tomato stuffed with homemade fresh ricotta, heirloom cherry tomatoes, black olive granola, tomato consommé and basil vinaigrette. Meanwhile. two new French classics include, canard à l’orange offers up tender duck, alongside chicory marmalade and Seville orange puree, while the showstopping Saint Jacques en croute, comprises Hokkaido scallops baked in the shell in puff pastry with salsify, sea herbs and a seaweed velouté.