dining whats on Nezesaussi Grill has a men’s night every Sunday
Nezesaussi Grill has a men’s night every Sunday
Updated on 02 July 2017

Move over ladies because this night at Nezesaussi Grill is dedicated to the men. It's where they can enjoy the best cuts of meat and craft hops from 6pm to 10pm. For Dhs 149 per person, three beverages and a selection of food isn’t a bad deal, is it?

Ladies don’t be disappointed

Gather the girls and head to Nezesaussi on Tuesday night. Spend Dhs 50 or more on your beverages and you will be served a complimentary main course. Call 04-4238899. 

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