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Enjoy Arabic treats at Karat’s high tea
Updated on 20 June 2017

The Address Dubai Mall’s lobby lounge will be serving up a special high tea for Eid. Available from 25th to 27th June, diners will be treated to an array of Arabic sweets, including Emirati favourites, sandwiches and delicious pastries, accompanied by coffee and Moroccan tea. The treats will be served in a golden cage making it a grand affair and a real celebration. Priced at Dhs 180 per person inclusive of soft beverages. Available from 3pm to 6pm. Call 04-4388888. www.theaddress.com

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