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Check out Dubai’s new and exciting dining scene

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Explore Dubai’s burgeoning dining scene with its exciting and innovative offerings.

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Food tours with Frying Pan Adventures

Food tours with frying pan adventuresFrying Pan Adventures’ food walks are the best way to see a side of Dubai that not many people know about. There are authentic, small restaurants hidden away in the alleys of Deira, Bur Dubai, International City, and more that are part of these walking trips put together by food lover Arva Ahmed. For example, these tours offer traditional food from Ethiopia, Palestine, India, Iraq, and the United Arab Emirates. One interesting dish at a time, they show how the city’s many cultures have shaped it.

Cirque de Cuisine at Atlantis, The Palm

Cirque de cuisine at atlantis, the palmThe amazing Cirque de Cuisine at Atlantis, The Palm, is one of the most popular brunch events in Dubai. It advances progressive eating to a whole new level. Seasonally, the supersized night lets foodies in the city try the best that Atlantis, The Palm, has to offer. People staying at The Avenues can go to one of the hotel’s famous restaurants, like Nobu, Bread Street Kitchen, Hakkasan, Seafire, Ossiano, and more, and fill their plates with the specialties from each one. Call the hotel to find out when the next event is.

Gourmet culinary flight at Burj Al Arab

Gourmet culinary flight at burj al arab

The delicious journey at the famous Burj Al Arab hotel is the best way to experience Dubai in all its glory. A culinary flight can be booked for an amazing dinner at this five-star hotel and resort, which lets you eat at different restaurants. This is one culinary adventure that you’ll want to tell everyone about, whether it’s the delicious fish at Ristorante L’Olivo at Mahara, the high-flying treats at Al Muntaha, or the specialties from the Iberian peninsula at SAL by the pool. The hotel has a webpage where you can make reservations.

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