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Christmas Lunch in Dubai

Monday, December 16, 2013
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Christmas Lunch in Dubai is not shy away from being almost perfect, minus the snow. Here are few of our favorites. There are endless places to chose from. However, these are closest to our heart.

1. El Sur – At the Westin Hotel A delicious six-course menu, devised by El Bulli-trained Head Chef Juan Carlos, especially for Christmas Day. Dishes on the menu include scallop with salsify cream, beetroot and truffle sauce, turkey with aniseed endive and orange sauce and delicious bites of nougat fondant with cinnamon-flavoured ice cream. Washed down with lots of Sangria! AED 445 per person including soft drinks or AED 595 including free-flowing Sangria, sparking, wines, beer and selected cocktails. Children under six are free, and for those between 6-12, it’s only AED 225.

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2. Nomad – Jumeirah Creekside Hotels Offering festive culinary classics from around the world with live cooking and mixology stations AED 275 inclusive of soft beverages, AED 375 inclusive of house beverages, AED 575 inclusive of bubbly, Children 6 to 12 years old receive a 50% discount, Children up to 5 years old dine for free, Entertainment: 2 Guitarists (from Irish Village) and Kids Activities.

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3. Maui Beach Bar & Restaurant – At Sofitel The Palm Dubai Enjoy a Christmas BBQ at Maui Beach Bar and Restaurant.  Perfectly grilled cuts of meat and seafood await you, while taking in the view of The Palm and the hotel’s private beach. Priced at AED 300 per person

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 4. Nine7One – At The Oberoi Hotel Dubai – On 25 December, celebrate with family and friends at the Festive Brunch at Nine7One from 12.30pm until 4pm.  Prices start from AED 390 per person for soft drinks.  Grape option available from AED 490 per person and bubbly package from AED 690 per person.

 

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