dining whats on Chill out days and nights!
Chill out days and nights!
Updated on 02 May 2017

Nostalgic British comfort. Marina Social’s new Social Roast provides the ultimate British dining experience. A weekly nostalgic journey bringing you a piece of home. If you’ve been reminiscing those long family lunches spent sharing good food over laughs and fun vibes, then try Marina Social, InterContinental Dubai Marina. Enjoy a 2 or 3-course set menu for Dhs 150 and Dhs 195, which includes British classics and Marina Social’s signature dishes. www.marinasocialdubai.com

Unwind on the terrace. With a week full of offers, take the pooch and unwind on Senara The Palm’s sprawling terrace amidst the stunning Dubai sunset. Enjoy Monday night pie night as Chef Reilly explores a different pie creation each week, priced at Dhs 110 including one house beverage. Wednesday is all day fish and chips as Senara throws a fancy twist on a homely favourite, for Dhs 100, with one house beverage. On Thursday enjoy grape night from 6pm with 20% off beverages. The Saturday roast sees an unbeatable British roast, available all day Saturday for Dhs 130. www.senararestaurants.com

Saturday brunching. Looking for a Saturday brunch? Then check out Machu Pisco, Ají’s new stance on Saturday brunching. Serving up 12 signature Japanese Peruvian bites for Dhs 150 per person from 12pm to 7pm every Saturday, you can dine on mini dishes including Gyoza, Tiradito, Ebi Teppan and Yuzu Cheesecake. Those wanting to keep the pre-work party spirit alive a little longer can enjoy a flight of three pisco cocktails for an additional Dhs 100.

Cinco de Mayo! La Tablita, Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights, is celebrating cinco de Mayo! Get ready for a good night out filled with your Mexican favourites from the live stations and taco shop. At the buffet you can enjoy live stations including the Taqueria, a seafood corner, Mexican stews, Garnachas y Quesadillas (Mexican street-food bites) as well as Barbacoa y Consome de Borrego (a Mexican spiced lamb dish steamed for 16 hours). On Thursday 4th May from 7pm, priced at Dhs 180 per person inclusive of Mexican waters.
Call 04-3172222.

Urban oasis. Purobeach, Conrad Dubai, invites you to a dreamy day at the urban oasis nestled in the middle of the city. Start the day with a yoga session by the crystal-clear pools, relax in the private cocoon beds surrounded by beautifully landscaped lush gardens and enjoy the refreshing beverages and nibbles from the bar. As the sun sets, get in the mood with signature sounds playing into the evening. Available every Friday from 10am to 6pm, priced at Dhs 299 per person including house beverages, snacks, pool access and yoga or Dhs 199 per person including soft drinks, snacks, pool access and yoga. Call 04-4447111.

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