happenings this month Around Jumeirah
Around Jumeirah
Updated on 04 June 2018

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

Where to shop
Urban Decay
City Walk

If you find yourself at City Walk, stop by the stand alone store of renowned make-up brand Urban Decay. the brand is known for velvety-soft shadows including some of the bestselling palettes and creamy lipsticks. Call 04-2432131.

What to do
Madinat Jumeirah Abra Ride
Madinat Jumeirah

Experience the magical and beautiful surroundings of Madinat Jumeirah with an abra ride. Adore the authentic Arabic architecture with meandeing waterways and soak up the uniqueness which will leave you speechless.
Call 04-3668888.

What to see
Burj Al Arab at night 
Jumeirah Street

Illuminated at night by choreographed lighting representing water and fire - Burj Al Arab, a popular luxury hotel in Dubai, is simply impressive. Burj Al Arab is one of the most photographed destinations among tourists.

Where to party
The Penthouse
Palm Jumeirah

The Penthouse Dubai on the 16th floor of the Five Palm Jumeirah is a lively adults-only rooftop day club and evening lounge. One of the best places to enjoy the sunset overlooking the beautiful Palm Jumeirah.
Call 04-4559989.

What to eat
Masti
La Mer, Jumeirah 1

Masti, the first licensed restaurant in La Mer represents a very modern and fun side of Indian cuisine.  Masti which translates to ‘fun and mischief’ infuses modern with tradition, colour with flavour, creating an expression of ‘New India’.  

The buzzing restaurant is located in South La Mer and spread across two levels. The ground level has a more casual dine-in ambience, while the first floor has been designed for more of a fine-dine experience. The second level also features a bar area and an al fresco dine-in area with beautiful views of the skylines of Downtown and Sheikh Zayed Road.

Moreish? The restaurant takes cues and influence from a variety of global flavours and mix them well with original Indian flavours very artistically.  From small to large plates, guests will be spoilt for choice. Highlights include, Cassava chat, a fusion of Indian street food flavours with tapioca wood from South America; Pulled Tandoor Chicken Bao, a friendly fusion of Chinese and Indian cuisine; Tiramisu Lotus, a lip-smacking fusion of Italian tiramisu with Indian dessert Basundi. Ideal to enjoy with one of Masti’s enticing drinks, even the fries offer a flavourful surprise, prepared with Togarashi spice and finished with a truffle cream melt.

The restaurant vouches for its food experience. You may find the quantities less for their price but the creativity, fusion, presentation and the taste will justify the experience you are paying for. The place is ideal for one to splurge on a special occasion or when in a mood to eat food with an extraordinary yet delicious fusion.

The beachfront terrace and lounge is open from day to night offering an idyllic dining location, allowing guests to enjoy a laid back, yet playful experience. The upstairs bar area has panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf, coming alive at sunset. The eclectic cocktail list is again a delightful experience owing to the blend of creative themes.

Table booking are recommended. Call 054-5834555.

 

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