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Sean Connolly
Located on the top of the iconic Dubai Opera, the contemporary brasserie adds a dash of fancy to your afternoon meal. Priced at AED135, the business lunch includes a starter, main and a side dish. Our advice is to begin with a refreshing watermelon and feta salad or sashimi fish salad before diving into a main of meat balls glazed with tomato sauce or soft shell crab sandwiches or the fish of the day which is great when paired with a side of charred broccoli or a garden salad.
Price: From AED135
Where: Dubai Opera, Downtown Dubai
Contact: +971 4 362 7312,

Street Food Market at Soho Garden
If you, like us, love a food truck, then this latest collaboration will be right up your street. Soho Garden at Meydan Racecourse Grandstand welcomes KERB, a UK-based street food market that has quickly become known for it’s delicious variety of fast, innovative food. The trucks and chefs that are taking part will serve the type of world cuisine that will satisfy any hungry appetite. From moreish Parmesan pasta at The Cheese Wheel, grilled squid at INK and build-your-own fare at Lords of Poke to tangy tacos at Club Mexicana and lots more in between, there’s something for everyone at KERB. Taking place every weekend from Thursday to Saturday, this event has our stomachs rumbling already.
When: 9pm-2am, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until April 28
Where: Soho Garden DXB, Meydan Racecourse
Contact: ,

Pai Thai’s Songkran Celebration
The fine dining joint is hosting a set-menu in celebration of the Thai New Year. From April 10 to April 23, you can enjoy a special menu of traditional dishes such as Chor Muang (chicken dumplings in sweet chilli sauce) and Tim Krob (crispy water chestnut with syrup and coconut milk). It’s AED280, minimum two people sharing.
When: 10-23 April
Where: Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah
Price: From AED280
Contact: +9714 432 3232,

Sho Cho Sunset Friday Brunch
Sho Cho is making the most of the last  bits of cool and breezy weather by introducing an evening brunch. Set on it’s beautiful open-air terrace, complete with views of the Burj Khalifa, no less, the Japanese restaurant is hosting the Sunset Brunch from 8pm until midnight. Expect a set menu that includes platters of sushi, calamari and ocean fresh ceviche. There’s a selection of house beverages and bubbles to be had as part of the AED250 fee (AED165 for soft drinks). It’s worth checking out before it gets to hot.
When: 8pm-12am, Friday
Where: Dubai Marine Beach Resort
Price: From AED165
Contact: +971 4 346 1111,

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