Jumeirah Restaurant Week is back in the UAE

Signature menus will be available at more than 40 restaurants across eight hotels in Dubai and Abu Dhabi from October 5 - 13

The Hide is one of the participating restaurants.
The Hide is one of the participating restaurants.

A week-long feasting celebration is coming to Dubai and Abu Dhabi this October hosted by Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts.

Starting on October 5 and running until October 13, Jumeirah Restaurant Week is set to offer eight days of feasting with a range of set menus and exclusive dining experiences across 40 of Jumeirah’s restaurants. With menus ranging from AED 95 (US$ 26), AED 150 (US$ 41), AED 200 (US$ 55) and AED 350 (US$ 96), guest scan sample classic dishes or take advantage of the opportunity to try something new.

To kick off the week, guests can join the ‘Big Bite Out’ a dine-around event taking place at Madinat Jumeirah on Thursday October 5 where they can try the diverse flavours of each restaurant throughout the evening from 7pm – 11pm for AED 395 per person. From fajitas at Tortuga, to the perfect steak at The Hide, to tapas at Al Hambra, all the way through to al fresco Greek drinks at Shimmers, the dine around pass will take diners all around the Madinat Jumeirah resort to discover the tastes in each and every restaurant, as the ultimate way to kick off Jumeirah Restaurant Week.

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As well as the signature set menus, there will be pop-up experiences happening in a different restaurant every day of the week including a taste of Jumeirah Restaurant Week’s signature dishes at Latitude’s Friday Brunch on October 6, an exclusive Chefs Table at Khaymat Al Bahar on October 8 and Tortuga on October 12, a mixology session at The Rib Room on October 10, a ‘Nose to Tail’ menu in La Parrilla available on October 11.

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