Ramada Downtown Dubai announces festive food offers

The hotel’s ‘Kenza’ restaurant will serve special menus across Christmas Eve, Christmas day and Boxing Day

‘Santa Claus’ will visit the hotel to greet guests on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
‘Santa Claus’ will visit the hotel to greet guests on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Ramada in Downtown Dubai has announced its menus and pricing for the festive season.

The hotel’s ‘Kenza’ restaurant will serve special menus across Christmas Eve, Christmas day and Boxing Day.

The Christmas Eve dinner and Christmas Day brunch each costs AED149 per person. The price for kids aged six to ten is AED75 while children below five years of age dine for free.

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The Arabic and international eatery will also serve a dinner and brunch on Boxing Day, along with a weekend brunch on Fridays and Saturday. All of these menus are priced at AED149 per person.

Food items include roast turkey with all the trimmings, yule log, ginger bread biscuits and a variety of international dishes. The hotel assures that there will also be activities and prizes for children, along with a dedicated prize for best costume. It also notes ‘Santa Claus’ will visit the hotel to greet guests on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Brunches will run from 12:30pm to 4:00pm while dinners will run from 7:00pm to 11:00pm.

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