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What's new on the UAE food scene?

David Light

Published on August 26, 2020 at 00.01

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If you love a local flavour, Phoenicia at JA Oasis Beach Tower Dubai is back and consulting chef Greg Malouf has pulled out all the stops. The new menu is designed as a 'Toast and Taste' discovery of cocktails and cuisine, with both food and beverage showcasing the famous flavours of Arabia, from zaater to rose to pomegranate and sumac. For Dh299 per couple, the pairing-tasting menu includes two starters, two main courses and a sharing dessert, with two beverages per course. Try the organic seabass Sayadeeya, Malouf's Battenjan or Malouf's signature dessert, the Flower Petal Pavlova. The menu is on offer from 6pm to 11pm daily.
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Cantonese lunch

There's no greater dim sum day than Friday. A lazy morning calls for a delicious sprawling lunch and Hakkasan Abu Dhabi is helping you out with its Friday Dim Sum afternoon from 12pm until 3.30pm. The lunch is priced at Dh98 for three baskets of Hakkasan's signature creations or Dh138 for five baskets. Dim sum means "touching the heart" in Cantonese and we've fallen for this offer.
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Brunch, pool & beach

Lebanese cuisine, vitamin D and a lot of rest, thatís what you can expect at the DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beachís Al Maeda. Every Friday and Saturday from 12pm to 3.30pm, from Dh299 per person, you can feast on the best of the Levant before retiring to the hotelís vast pool or beach for free.
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Back to normal 2.0

Taking the concept of all day dining up a notch, Brasserie 2.0 at Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai has brought back its brunch in time for the new season. With an open plan kitchen and more than seven live cooking stations on show, enjoy an impressive variety of international dishes, bursting with flavour, from the far corners of the world. DJ Shenon will also get everyone in the spirit. Itís on every Friday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
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Paint and grape

This fun indoor activity provides everything you need to eat, drink and be merry. On Saturday, August 29 from 2pm to 5pm, Couqley French Bistro JLT will host their popular Paint 'n' Grape session, this time celebrating the artwork 'The Music Players' by Lebanese Artist, Hussein Madi . The class is priced at Dh390 including two glasses of grape and the menu is available for you to peruse.
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