Dubai-based Careem offers free rides to Novikov diners

Guests will have their Careem fares deducted from their Novikov bill throughout the month of August

Novikov partners with Careem.
Novikov partners with Careem.

Novikov, the contemporary pan-Asian restaurant and Careem have partnered to ensure that guests can avail free rides to the restaurant.

All guests who book via Careem and use the promotion code of NOVIKOV will have the cost of their ride, up to AED 50, deducted from the restaurant bill. Guests will simply have to show the Careem receipt at Novikov to avail this offer, throughout the month of August.

The Novikov menu features sushi and sashimi including Wagyu caviar rolls, salmon avocado maki and seared o-toro nigiri, in additional to an assortment of delicious dishes like lobster tacos, dynamite shrimp, black cod, Singapore noodles and the special Novikov Peking Duck.

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Guests can also unwind in the newly launched Novikov Lounge. A separate area offering drinks and a mini-selection of menu items.

Novikov is located in the Sheraton Grand Hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road. It is open seven days a week for lunch from 12pm – 3pm, Sunday to Thursday, and 12pm – 6pm on Friday and Saturday with a Brunch offering on Fridays between 1pm and 4pm.

The restaurant and lounge are open daily for dinner from 6pm to 2am.


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