happenings this month Around Deira
Around Deira
Updated on 03 July 2019

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to do
Take an Abra ride
Deira Old Souk Abra Station

For just 1 dirham experience the Dubai Creek like never before on an authentic abra ride. Buy a one-way ticket for just a dirham to get to and from Deira and Bur Dubai souks while having a fantastic view of the calm yet busy waters. 

What to see
Explore Spice Souk
Sikkat Al-Khail Road

Cross the creek to savour a myriad of aromas and endless possibilities with the unique spices found at the Spice Souk. The colourful powders, nuts, and oils arranged together look like works of art, waiting for you to take hold and create something even better. 

Where to shop
Waterfront Market
Corniche Deira

Dubai’s newest destination for fresh produce, spices and everything in between. On weekends check out the bazaars from 10am to midnight that feature activities and discount goods for the whole family. www.waterfrontmarket.ae

Where to party
Club One
Broadway Hotel

Located on the ground floor of the Broadway Hotel, Club One Restaurant & Night Club offers a unique experience, international cuisine and a huge range of beverages with resident DJs that make sure the party goes on all night long. Call 04-2217111.

Where to eat
Yalumba at Le Meridien Hotel

If there’s one dining experience you need to try in Dubai, it is the infamous grand buffet experience. Yalumba at Le Meridien Hotel & Conference Centre holds a fantastic reputation within Dubai’s immensely diverse food scene that will leave you pleasantly surprised. Not only can you find the most delicious food in generous portions, but you’ll also enjoy a huge variety of world cuisines all throughout the week and month.

The restaurant itself is located on the ground floor of the hotel with both indoor and alfresco seating. The ambiance of both is relaxing and calming. Indoors the stylish, cozy interior is perfect to set a family dinner mood, while the outdoor dining options has views of towering palm trees and serene pools. The display of the grand buffet is carefully designed to allow you to make your way around each easily, without having to wait in any sort of lineup. The live cooking stations too are a spectacle in themselves. Incredibly skilled chefs cook shawarmas, fry sweet dumpling, carve meats right before your eyes.

Their weekly events consist of Family Brunch on Saturdays, Roast Night on Sundays, Mediterranean Night on Mondays, a stupendous Seafood night on Tuesdays, Noche Latina nights on Wednesdays, and two glorious brunches on Thursday and Friday. If you’re in the mood for a certain cuisine, pick your night and come by. 

Our favourites must be the Seafood night on Tuesday. The amazing array of fresh seafood range from crab, calamari, lobster and- of course shrimp! Their seafood paella is warmed over a flame and is fresh while the seafood is tender to taste. You’ll find the innovative chefs at Yalumba also create dishes like the seafood biryani combining the flavours of the sea with aromatic Indian spices. If you’re not in the mood for a buffet, Yalumba also offers an a la carte menu that ranges with dishes from across the globe as well. From Middle East, Western and Far East find scrumptious dishes like the Arabic mixed grill, Australian corn-fed chicken, and Teriyaki Salmon.

With the incredible diversity of Dubai, Yalumba represents it across its food options, perfect for the whole family to get out there and try a little bit of everything!  Prices for theme nights start at Dhs 169. Visit www.yalumbadubai.com

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