dining tried and tested Nezesaussi @ Manzil Downtown Dubai
Nezesaussi @ Manzil Downtown Dubai
Updated on 03 June 2015

Calling all sports enthusiasts! Nezesaussi has re-opened its doors and is inviting everyone down to the neighbourhood's favourite hangout. Combining the best in sports entertainment, with 19 impressive screens, the best gourmet food and a buzzing ambiance courtesy of the interactive jukebox, Nezesaussi has all your sporting needs covered.

Whether it's Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis or Basketball, Nezesaussi is your go-to destination for an entertaining night, catching up with friends and keeping up-to-date with the world of sport. But it doesn't end there! True to its name, guests can embark on a culinary adventure with a unique food menu inspired by the tri-nations (New Zealand, South African and Australia), highlighted by signature dishes including, Boerewors sausage rolls, 'peri peri' flavoured chicken wings, Beef Biltong and traditional sticky toffee pudding.

So roll up those sleeves and get ready to toast your winning team! Open 5pm to 2am.

Call +971 4 4285888 or email dine@vida-hotels.com. - P.C.

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