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Foodies, it’s that time of year again! The much-anticipated Jumeirah Restaurant Week is making its triumphant return.

From Sunday April 29 to Saturday May 5, feast on a range of special three-course menus and buffet displays at 40 different restaurants across Jumeirah hotels – and all at a brilliant price.

If you’re looking for top-class food without breaking the bank, this is a week you don’t want to miss out on. Check out what’s on offer at jumeirah.com/restaurantweek, with menu prices ranging from Dhs150 to Dhs350.

Experience seven days of sensational cuisine that will take you from smoky steaks to savoury burgers and gooey s’mores, to the colourful spices of Asia and the hot chillies of Mexico. Too much zest for the tongue? Not to worry, no spicy meal would be complete without a selection of frosty and fruity beverages.

From the “oh, that’s good”, to the “oh, that’s new”, and the “oh, I need to taste that again”, you’ll be oh-so-glad you made your booking pronto.

With set menu prices ranging from Dhs150 to Dhs350, here’s a little taste of what some of the restaurants have on offer.

Dhs150: Zheng He’s

From sizeable tiger prawns to Zha Jiang Noodles, explore the intricate flavours of China with this unique fare.

Starters
Braised fish, wok-fried tiger prawns

Mains
Stir fried beef, stewed bell pepper and tofu-stuffed shrimp mousse, zhajiang noodles

Desserts
Chilled lemongrass jelly and lime sorbet, oven-baked traditional egg tart, charcoal powder bun.
Dhs150. Jumeirah Mina A’Salam. Book here: jumeirah.com/restaurantweek

Dhs250: The Rib Room

The beef in this restaurant is dripping with flavoursome juices and you can top it all off with a delightfully sweet English lemon tart.

Starters
Boston Bibb lettuce salad, seared queens scallop with pea puree, leek and potato soup

Main
Pumpkin and ricotta with open ravioli, Wagyu braised beef cheeks, pan roasted sea bass

Desserts
English lemon tart, vanilla crème brûlée, seasonal fruit platter
Dhs250. Jumeirah Emirates Towers. Book Here: jumeirah.com/restaurantweek


Dhs350: Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara

With a stunning aquarium being the centrepiece of this suave restaurant, you can be sure to expect a seafood-themed menu courtesy of connoisseur Nathan Outlaw.

Starters
Orange-spotted trevally fish soup, oak-smoked salmon, breaded Ticklemore goat’s cheese

Mains
Cod, bream, ricotta and parmesan dumplings

Desserts
Dark chocolate and hazelnut torte, mango cheesecake, poached pineapple
Dhs350. Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. Book Here: jumeirah.com/restaurantweek

For a week full of delectable cuisine and adventurous dining, be sure to book yourself into one of these restaurants.

Check out our full list of the 40 restaurants that will be offering stand-out three-course meals or buffet displays here.
Dhs150-Dhs350. Sun Apr 29-Sat May 5. Various locations in Jumeirah. For more information or reservations, visit jumeirah.com/restaurantweek

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