In preparation for Diwali, the Indian ‘festival of lights’, Taj Dubai is showcasing Indian art, culture and gastronomy with month-long festivities.
A daily five-course tasting menu will take place every evening of October at contemporary fine dining Indian restaurant, Bombay Brasserie.
It includes a live counter with street food style snacks and is priced at AED 295 per person.
The restaurant will also offer early-bird promotions and a pre- and post-theatre menu for Dubai Opera goers, with 20% off the bill on presentation of ticket stubs.
In addition, month-long festivities include an afternoon tea at Byzantium Lounge, a chef’s table with executive chef Jitin Joshi, spice infused Jivaniya spa treatments at Jiva Spa and the traditional Karva Chauth and Dussehra celebrations, culminating in the Diwali festival.
On 14 October, Chef Joshi will take centre stage at the Bombay Cooking School, educating guests on the role of spices in Indian cuisine, followed by brunch priced at AED 545 for a tasting menu with grape pairing.
For the Diwali festivities, a specially curated Taj Dubai Diwali hamper will be available to purchase for AED 175.