Kerridge will cook three courses while Atherton and Farmer will serve two each.
While no prices for the event have been released yet, with chefs of this calibre in town it is sure to be a sell-out.
Kerridge, a TV regular in the UK, rose to fame when The Hand and Flowers won a Michelin star in 2006, in 2012 it became the first pub to land a second.
Atherton’s restaurant empire spans the globe, with venues in New York, Hong Kong, Australia and Philippines as well as Dubai and the UK.
The chef, who first worked in Dubai 15 years ago at Gordon Ramsay’s Verre, opened Marina Social, in the InterContinental Dubai Marina in 2015 and handed the reins to Farmer, who had previously worked for him in London, as well as at Ramsay’s Maze.