One of our favourite events of the year didn’t happen in 2020 due to the pandemic, but Dubai Restaurant Week is back for 2021.
With the emirate being one big melting pot of flavours with authentic eateries for around the globe, the city’s dining scene is an absolute delight for both residents and visitors. This is exactly why Dubai Restaurant Week is the perfect time to eat your way around the emirate.
As you indulge in some global culinary fare, the Dubai Food Festival 2021 is back making the city a paradise for all its foodies. As part of the programme, Dubai Restaurant Week has a list of tasty deals lined out with a list of two-course lunch menus offered at up to half the price for many places.
Firstly, at one of the newest hotspots on the block, enjoy the delectable dishes by Chef Alessandro Miceli at Italian Restaurant Bella in Business Bay. Throughout Restaurant Week patrons can enjoy a three-course lunch from 12pm to 4pm at Dhs125 per person with dishes including homemade pasta, folded pizza with veal, tiramisu and much more.
For those looking to dine out in the evening, enjoy the dinner menu priced at Dhs250 per person from 7pm to 1am with stunning views of Dubai’s skyline including hero dishes such as the marinated salmon with beetroot.
Stuzzichini Selection at Bella
Meanwhile, award-winning CÉ LA VI will also be taking part in Dubai Restaurant Week offering guests a chance to try out their exquisite special lunch package which is priced at Dhs125 per person for two courses between 12pm to 3pm seven days which is beautifully crafted by Chef Howard Ko including delectable dishes with spending views of the Burj Khalifa.
Miso Caramel Vanilla Mousse at CÉ LA VI
In addition, the participating restaurants with three and two-course menus include Buddha Bar, Nobu, Torno Subito, Toro Toro, Hakkasan, Bread Street Kitchen, COYA, Chicago Meatpackers, Indya by Vineet, Rockfish, Rhodes W1, Seafire and Nobu with over a total of 40 restaurants taking part.
You can now dine at the hands of some of the most sought-after chefs such as Massimo Bottura, Akira Black, Gordon Ramsay and many more without breaking the bank.
This annual celebration of food also known as the Dubai Food Festival 2021 (DFF) will run from March 25 to April 17, 2021 with Dubai Restaurant Week taking place from March 25 to April 10, 2021 as you discover homegrown concepts, culinary delights, notable hidden gems and bespoke pop-ups all of which Dubai is famous for.
Keeping in mind the necessary safety measures, all the social distancing guidelines and protocols will be followed as usual.
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