Dubai’s first ever Restaurant Week is set to make its debut to the emirate at the Dubai Food Festival.
The inaugural Restaurant Week, whic is set to take place over 10 days from 25 February – 5 March will see thirty of the city’s most sought after restaurants unvei bespoke three-course set menus for AED 189.
Reinforcing Dubai’s emergence as a gastronomic destination, Dubai Restaurant Week will offer an exciting insight into the worldwide palate Dubai caters to. Anticipated to be a sell-out event, residents and foodies will enjoy an exclusive opportunity to sample the top restaurants on their must-visit list. With something to suit all tastes, Dubai Restaurant Week is ideal whether you are dining with family, friends and loved ones.
The star-studded restaurant line-up includes favourites run by international and Michelin-starred chefs including Gordon Ramsay (Bread Street Kitchen), Atul Kochhar (Rang Mahal), Heinz Beck (Social), Vineet Bhatia (Ashiana) and Alfredo Russo (Vivaldi).
“Restaurants participating in Dubai Restaurant Week are among the best in the city and we can’t wait for guests to try the delectable menus they have curated specially for Dubai Food Festival,” said Laila Suhail, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE).
“Our aim is to establish this on a global scale as one of the world’s best Restaurant Weeks and further cement Dubai’s status as the gastronomic capital of the region.” She added.
With a variety of cuisines included across the city, Dubai Restaurant Week participants include: The Ivy, Thiptara, Rivington Grill, Social By Heinz Beck, The Croft, Alta Badia, Ashiana by Vineet, Atelier M, Boca, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, Café Belge, Fogueira, Fume, Garden, Hoi An, Junoon, JW’s Steakhouse, Kiku, Mint Leaf of London, Okku, Pai Thai, Positano, Qbara, Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar, Sea Fu, Seven Sands, The Hide, Vivaldi by Alfredo Russo, Yuan and Zheng He’s.