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3 restaurants to visit in Dubai this week



Retro Nights at Indie
Look forward to looking back every Friday night at DIFC club Indie, which is located above Gaucho. The Beirut-born venue is unleashing a new Retro party, kicking off at 9pm and ending some time around, well, 1984. The DJs will serve up classics from the 1980s and 1990s, as well as a few hits from the Noughties – covering dance, pop, rock and even a smattering of indie. So, if you missed Elton and you’re missing George and Prince, this will probably be the place for you. Dressing up optional. But highly recommended.
Where: Gate Village 5, DIFC, +971 55 455 6106

Karak House
There are several new additions to the menu at this homegrown restaurant, each a reinvention of a classic Emirati dish. Pictured above is the lamb thareed, composed of flaky, tender lamb braised with root vegetables and paired with a UAE staple rgaag – thin, light crispy bread baked on a hot iron. For dessert, the star is the saffron and rose croissant pudding. Sahtain!
Where: Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard near Manzil Hotel, +9714 551 6852

Theatre Nights
It makes sense that a place named after the theatre should offer people an incentive to visit one. Teatro has launched special early-bird dinners for anyone with a ticket to Dubai Opera – located across the road in Downtown – which means an excellent 50 percent off the regular early-bird menu price for sittings before 7.15pm. Sounds likes something to sing about.
Where: Teatro, Towers Rotana, Sheikh Zayed Road,

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