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Welcome to a Memorable Dining Experience at Marriott Al Jaddaf Dubai

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10 December 2018

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Marriott Al Jaddaf Dubai

Marriott Hotel Al Jaddaf is a five-star hotel in Dubai, known for its easily accessible location in downtown Dubai, spacious rooms, exceptional service, and high guest satisfaction. A short distance from the Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City, Dubai International Financial Centre, and Burj Khalifa, the hotel also provides free shuttle bus service to the popular malls and is located ideally within easy reach from all major Dubai Highways and Business hubs.

Christmas Brunches in Dubai

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27 November 2018

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Rebecca

Christmas Brunches in Dubai

Every year, Dubai residents anticipate the hugely popular Christmas brunches happening across the city…

For Christmas 2019 in Dubai, and every year, there are plenty of brunches to enjoy that residents can choose from for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and even Boxing Day.

After all, there’s nothing quite like filling your plate to the brim with turkey, gravy and all of the trimmings… Not forgetting the stuffing, bread sauce and of course, Christmas pudding.

Forget About Black Friday, Every Day Is Discount Day on Cobone

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20 November 2018

The Best Deals on Food & Drink in Dubai

Stop waiting for Black Friday deals in Dubai and check out some of these discounts instead...

Although many of us are looking for discounts during Black Friday sales, we’ve found daily deals in Dubai that you don’t have to wait for. As, diners in Dubai can enjoy offers on their favourite foodie hot-spots across the city every day of the week.

Heads Up: There's A Dry Night in Dubai Next Week

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12 November 2018

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Jenna

Dry Night in Dubai Next Week

The Department of Tourism and Commerce has confirmed that Dubai will be dry from 5pm on Monday 19th November until 6pm on Tuesday 20th November.

During this time, hotels, restaurants and outlets across the city will NOT serve alcohol or host live entertainment. The dry night has been announced to respect and honour the birthday of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Enjoy a Taste of Africa at The African Food Festival

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11 November 2018

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Rebecca

African Food Festival 2018 in Dubai

Want a taste of Africa?

Swing by the first ever African Food Festival in the UAE this November 24th for a taste of African food, music, entertainment and fun festivities all day long!

Happening at Creek Park, Dubai, the African Food Festival is the first of its kind in the UAE. The event is expected to draw a crowd of more than 2,500 African food and culture lovers of all ages and backgrounds in the city. Plus, the festival has FREE admission to all attendees!

Diwali in Dubai: 5 Dining Deals to Celebrate

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6 November 2018

Dining Deals to celebrate Diwali in Dubai

We’ve rounded up the best places to dine this Diwali in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, with lavish buffets, delicious Indian dishes and even a Diwali cruise along the Dubai Creek.

During Diwali, Dubai will be illuminated with lights and celebrations, as city honours the five-day Hindu festival which begins on 7th November.

SEE ALSO: Everything You Need To Know About The Diwali Lights Festival

Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen is Coming To Dubai

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5 November 2018

Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen in Dubai

British chef Gordon Ramsey is bringing his TV-inspired Hell’s Kitchen restaurant to Dubai –let’s hope the beef wellington isn’t raw or there will be another idiot sandwich!

Opening at Dubai’s newest island oasis, Bluewaters, the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant will be located at the soon-to-open Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.

The restaurant will be Ramsey’s second venture in the city, as the multi-Michelin star chef also operates his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Palm.

Over 800 Cases of Food Poisoning Reported in Dubai

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9 September 2018

Food Poisoning in UAE

New figures from Dubai Health Authorities revealed that cases of food poisoning in Dubai has reached 800 during the first half of this year.

The new stats on contaminated food in UAE were followed by the news that 30 school students were hospitalised with food poisoning from UAE schools. And, 180 restaurants have been shut down by officials over safety concerns.

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