7 dining deals to try in Dubai this week

Business lunches, unlimited tacos and more

7 dining deals to try in Dubai this week
Matto

Asian flight at Blue Jade
Enjoy a set lunch with dishes including tempura maki, Thai chicken curry and tuna tartare.
Dhs98. Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, noon-3pm. Ongoing. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR (04 318 6150).

Business lunch at The Scene
Try a two-course meal for Dhs75. In a hurry? Check out the express version for under Dhs50.
Dhs49 (express), Dhs75 (two-courses). Sun-Thu noon-3pm. Ongoing. Pier 7, Dubai Marina (04 422 2328).

Curry night at Nelson’s
Get stuck into a curry for just Dhs85 at this British pub.
Dhs85. Wed noon-11pm. Ongoing. Media Rotana, Barsha Heights (04 435 0201).

Friday breakfast at Ranches Restaurant
Kick-start the weekend with a buffet featuring home-style cooked breakfast dishes, as well as juices, pastries and more.
Dhs135. Fri 9.30am-2pm. Ongoing. Arabian Ranches Golf Club (04 888 3444).

Rapido lunch at Salero
Take a lunch break at this Spanish spot and get one tapas, one portion of paella, plus a soft drink for just Dhs117.
Dhs117. Sun-Thu noon-5pm. Ongoing. Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 5888).

Taco Mondays at Trader Vic’s
Get a platter of tacos for Dhs125. Better yet, you’ll be able refill it for Dhs75.
From Dhs125. Mon, 6pm-midnight. Ongoing. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah, JBR – The Walk (04 318 2530).

Unlimited pizza at Matto
Every Monday from 7pm, MATTO continuously dishes out pizza.
Dhs100 (one beverage), Dhs180 (grape and house beverage), Dhs280 (bubbly). Mon, 7pm-midnight. Ongoing. The Oberoi Dubai, Business Bay (04 444 1335).

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