Dine out during Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week for less than AED 200

Top restaurants including Coya are involved thanks to Time Out Abu Dhabi

Restaurants, Abu dhabi, Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week

Diners in the UAE capital can take advantage of some great deals next week at the Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week powered by Time Out Abu Dhabi.

Between December 6 and 15, some of the city’s best eateries will be offering special set menus, giving foodies the chance to sample some of the best food around at incredible prices.

Included in the special offer is Time Out Restaurant of the Year 2017 Coya, and current holder of Best Seafood Restaurant, Nation Riviera.

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For the duration of the event, more than 25 venues across the capital are offering three-course deals (with a few surprises thrown in) for either AED 99, AED, 149, or AED 199.

Other venues taking part in Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week include: The Sportsman’s Arms at Zayed Sports City; Finz, Indigo, Trader Vic’s, Benihana, Prego’s, Rodeo Grill and Brauhaus at Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi; The Forge, Mijana and Li Jiang at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal; Bistro at Marriott by Courtyard World Trade Center Abu Dhabi; AT25 and JW Steakhouse at Marriott Downtown Hotel Abu Dhabi.

For a full list of restaurants involved in the offer, keep your eye on www.timeoutabudhabi.com

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