Authentic Japanese karaoke bar on Sheikh Zayed Road 4 Reviews
Enjoy a delicious Teppanyaki brunch as these three venues join together to celebrate Christmas. A visit from Santa will help bring out the festive spirit in everyone. Dhs225 plus beverage package Dhs198 (with grape, bubbles and soft drinks); Dhs98 (with soft drinks; half price (children 4-12 years); free (children under 4) Timings: noon-4.30pm 25 December 2013
50 per cent off selected beverages Timings: 5pm-10.30pm (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
From Time Out Dubai City Guide 2007
Dubaians can be split into two camps: those who love karaoke and those who hate it, but secretly wish they were up on stage crooning 'Suspicious Minds'. If you have accepted your inner diva then Harry Ghatto's is the best place in Dubai to belt out a few classics. Nestled in the back room of a sushi restaurant, the can't-swing-a-cat cosiness and twin microphone set-up inspires a brothers-in-song ambience. Dutch courage comes courtesy of extremely expensive imported Japanese beers and sake but don't worry if you're still a little nervous: the staff are always on hand to show you how it's done.
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