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4 restaurants to visit in Dubai this week



Bottomless Mussels
Sleeves up, elbows on the table: all-you-can-eat mussels are back on the Tuesday-night menu at UBK in JLT. Between November and March 2017, it’s mussel season, so fresh batches will be arriving every week for seafood fans to get their teeth into. They are served with either shallot garlic sauce, Thai green curry or tomato chorizo – and lots of bread. AED180 per person.
Where: UBK, JLT, Cluster A
Contact: +9714 438 0000

Manhattan Grill
The Manhattan Grill has a newly installed head chef, Liz Nuñez, and she has overseen a tweak of the established menu. It still celebrates classic New York dishes, and the signature steaks remain the focal point, but there is an all-new Manhattan meat platter that piqued our interest as it showcases every succulent meat cut on the menu –including the Ranger Valley Wagyu tenderloin. Like seafood? You can dive into slow-cooked grilled octopus with potato salad and coriander salsa or a lobster bisque with ginger and lime. Lovely.
Where: Grand Hyatt Dubai, Dubai Creek
Contact: +9714 317 2221

Pisco Lounge
The Pisco Lounge at Coya has just received a makeover, which is now ready to be enjoyed after work, pre-meal or, frankly, all night. There are more than 14 new beverages on the menu and a newly spruced-up bar menu of light bites such as calamares con ocopa (baby squid, Peruvian marigold and quinoa) and croquetas de lubina (sea bass croquettes, aji mirasol and chilli mayonnaise.
Where: Coya, Four Seasons Resort
Contact: +9714 316 9600

The Ivy
Following news that The Ivy is set to close down, the trendy British restaurant is offering a special set menu of “hero” dishes. Before shutting its doors for the final time after a big New Year’s Eve party, their classics menu of three courses is AED200.
Where: Jumeirah Emirates Towers

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