dining whats on Get 50% off food and beverages with the sunset menu at 360°
Get 50% off food and beverages with the sunset menu at 360°
Updated on 23 August 2017

If the views from this circular venue on a pier near Burj Al Arab isn’t reason enough to visit, its sunset menu is. 360° will bid summer goodbye with a specially-curated food and drinks menu, available from 5pm to 8pm every day of the week. Get 50% off on dishes such as California rolls, Asian vegetable dumplings, mini burgers and the famous fully-loaded nachos. Prices start as low as Dhs 35, and bartenders have crafted light and refreshing mixed beverages with ingredients such as lychee, fresh peaches and strawberries. There are giant bowl options for friends who’d like to share their beverages. Expect laidback tunes from resident DJs and the occasional breeze from the Arabian Gulf as you watch the sun go down. Call 055-5008518.
 

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