Turn Japanese at Kisaku or get down to business at Reflets
Time Out Dubai staff
Sunday, May 13
Kisaku: Enjoy a quintessentially Japanese experience at renowned restaurant Kisaku, which serves dishes such as fatty tuna sashimi, teriyaki-style mushrooms on skewers and the succulent white fish and onion tempura. A wonderful alternative Dubai dining experience. Al Khaleej Palace Hotel, Deira (04 223 1000).
Catch a much-anticipated film: Challenging arty Canadian movie Incendies, set in a war-torn corner of the Middle East, finally arrives in the UAE after picking rave reviews on its 2010 worldwide release. At cinemas across Dubai.
Get down to business at Reflets: Pierre Gagnaire’s award-winning restaurant is offering a three-course business lunch. Dhs180. Noon-2pm. Ongoing. InterContinental Dubai Festival City (04 701 1199).
On your marks! The burger race is on Millennium Lounge introduces ‘racetrack burgers’, inspired by different horse-racing-enthused countries (yep, we’re confused too). From Dhs70. Noon-11pm. Until May 31. The Meydan Hotel (04 381 3111).
Celebrate the working week at ‘Hospo Night’: To reward hospitality, Emirates and media employees, Horizon is offering five drinks for Dhs99 (ID required). Free. 6pm-3am. Ongoing. Horizon Lounge, Habtoor Grand (04 399 5000).