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What's on the menu in UAE this Eid Al Adha?

David Light

Published on July 28, 2020 at 16.48

Food outlets around the country are cooking up a storm for you

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Family feast

The preparation of a traditional delight, ouzi, needs a well-practiced hand at the helm and chefs at The Meydan Hotel are looking to lend you theirs. Ten kilos of lamb ouzi can feed at least 10 people and you can pick up just such an amount from Farriers Restaurant before your big day at home. Discover scrumptious tender lamb, marinated in a selection of the best Arabic spices, wrapped in palm leaves and cooked for up to 24-hours in coals! It's going for Dhs1600 for the whole lot. Or you can dine in on a set Arabic menu at the establishment from Dhs149 over the weekend.
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When youíre Downtown

Mezza House, nestled in Downtown Dubai, is known for its rich flavours. Boasting a vibrant ambience, featuring live entertainment and Eid inspired packages, if youíre looking for a relaxing evening to celebrate the festivities this one is for you. The restaurant has special promotions lined up for the first and second day of Eid Al Adha, with a set menu priced at Dhs99 for couples and Dhs199 for a family of five including soft drinks. Children aged 12 and under will receive a complimentary Mezza House Pizza!
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Taste of Asia

If you're looking for something non-traditional Abu Dhabi's high-profile Cantonese restaurant is back open for customers from Wednesday, July 29. Hakkasan at Emirates Palace is accepting dinner reservations from 6pm to 11.30pm. If you're unaware, Hakkasan serves up a modern interpretation of ancient Chinese cuisine. The menu includes signature favourites such as the supreme dim sum platter, Peking duck and stir-fry black pepper rib-eye beef.
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Beirut on your plate

Itís set in one of the flashiest districts, DIFC, which is fitting for the stunning food they serve. Al Nafoorah prides itself on dishing up Lebanese specialties and is pushing out a brunch to showcase its best dishes this Eid. Priced at Dhs149 per person, you can head down any time over the weekend.
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Grand designs

Are you hip? You have to be to eat here. Indian street food restaurant, Mohalla - located in the achingly trendy Dubai Design District Ė is now home to the indomitable Raan Biryani. Itís family-sized to bring in Eid Al Adha in style and costs Dhs370.
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Special delivery

Classic French Bistro & Boulangerie, La Serre at Vida Downtown has revealed its gourmet Eid gift hampers. Inside the large baskets, priced at Dhs375, find premium olive oils, P‚te ŗ Tartiner Maison (homemade hazelnut & milk chocolate spread) and Confiture de Fruits Rouge (berry jam) among so much more.
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A little thank you

If youíre looking for a foodie Eid gift, Sugargram is here to help with a limited-edition sleeve of assorted bite size cupcake delights priced at Dhs125 for 25 little baked goods of joy.
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