Four Seasons Hotels Dubai hosts holiday dining experiences

The property will host Christmas Day brunches and New Year’s Eve Gala dinners

Dining experiences include the Festive afternoon tea at Shai Salon
Dining experiences include the Festive afternoon tea at Shai Salon

Four Seasons Hotels Dubai has unveiled five of its festive dining offers.

Dining experiences include the Festive afternoon tea at Shai Salon which will feature servings of mince pies, sandwiches, hot cups of cocoa and sweet pastries from December 1, 2019 to January 7, 2020.

The Festive terrace at MINA Brasserie is inclusive of seasonal sharing platters curated by chef, Michael Mina and evening hours of crafted cocktails. Christmas offers at SUQ include Christmas Eve which features a BBQ bonfire, live music and drinks, the Orthodox Christmas buffet and the Christmas Day which is inclusive of a festive brunch, live music and children’s activities.

New Year’s Eve celebrations at the property include the Mercury Lounge which features a Gala dinner menu and champagne as well as a live band and DJ, the Asian Gala dinner at Sea Fu which features champagne and canapés followed by dinner and desserts, House of Rock party at Luna Sky Bar which features a night of cocktails and international bites and live rock music and the New Year’s Day brunch buffet at SUQ.

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