Dubai Food Festival having partnered with the city’s finest restaurants brings foodies exclusively-curated dishes at an excellent price. One of the most anticipated events of Dubai Food Festival, selected restaurants serve up a feast of exquisite lunch and dinner menus, created exclusively for the annual culinary celebration.
Running until 10th April, Dubai Restaurant Week is the ideal occasion for food fans to enjoy attractively-priced set meals at their favourite restaurants, or to take advantage of up to half price deals to experience somewhere new. Dubai Restaurant Week has become renowned for serving irresistible cuisine at unbeatable prices. Two-course lunches start at just AED 95, while premium three-course dinner experiences start at AED 150.
This year’s edition features more than 40 of Dubai’s finest restaurants across a range of culinary styles. Culinary masterminds behind the curated menus include some of the best chefs in the world, such as the likes of Massimo Bottura, Akira Black, Heinz Beck, Daniel Boulud and Gordon Ramsay.
The list of restaurants signed up to Dubai Restaurant Week 2021 showcases the variety of flavours and cuisines that can be found among Dubai’s famous food scene. With over 40 restaurants to choose from, gastronomes will be spoilt for choice. Diners can tease their senses by visiting some of the city’s most-recognisable restaurants, and it doesn’t stop there! This year’s Dubai Restaurant Week includes restaurants positioned around the city at some of Dubai’s most iconic locations including Akira Back at W Dubai with views of Palm Jumeirah’s skyline, Cé La Vi at Address Sky View Hotel with iconic Burj Khalifa views and Mediterranean favourite, Shimmers at Jumeirah Mina A’Salam overlooking the globally-recognised, Burj Al Arab.
Dubai Restaurant Week also gives food fans the opportunity to try something new, with a selection of restaurants new to the city including The Pangolin Restaurant and Lounge at Els Club Dubai Sports City, contemporary Asian fusion restaurant, Taiko at Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk WAFI and The MAINE Land Brasserie located in Business Bay.
The full list of participating restaurants at Dubai Restaurant Week 2021 includes: Akira Back, Armani/Amal, Armani/Ristorante, Atmosphere Lounge, Baba, Bella, Bistro des Arts, BOCA, Brasserie Boulud, Bread Street Kitchen, Buddha Bar, Carnival By Trèsind, Cé La Vi, Chicago Meatpackers, COYA, Folly by Nick & Scott, Hakkasan, Hell’s Kitchen, Hotel Cartagena, Indya by Vineet, Kayto, Maison Mathis, Mama Zonia Marina Social, Miss Tess, Nobu, Observatory, Pangolin, Rhodes W1, Rockfish, Seafire, Shimmers, Social by Heinz Beck, Social Company Zabeel House, Taiko, The London Project, The MAINE Land Brasserie, The MAINE Street Eatery, Thiptara, Torno Subito, Toro Toro and Zeta. Some restaurants serving lunch and dinner menus, whilst some are just offering dinner menus.
All dining experiences, events and activations during Dubai Food Festival will follow prevailing safety protocols and social distancing guidelines to ensure a safe experience for all.
Organised by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), Dubai Food Festival includes Dubai Restaurant Week, Hidden Gems, Foodie Experiences, Home Edition, Dine and Win and much more.
Dubai Restaurant Week bookings must be made in advance by contacting the reservation team at the selected restaurants. Please ensure to quote Dubai Restaurant Week when reserving your table.
For more information, please visit www.dubaifoodfestival.com