Jan 19

Miele Dubai Restaurant Week

Ten days, fifteen restaurants, Miele Dubai Restaurant Week


The Dubai Food Festival is taking place this February, with various food related events taking place from the 23rd of February until the 11th of March. This annual event culminates with Taste of Dubai which is taking place on the 10th and 11th of March at Media City.  This annual gastronomic event is one of the highlights of the food calendar here in the UAE. However for me the main highlight of the Festival is the Miele Dubai Restaurant Week.  

The Miele Dubai Restaurant week isn’t actually a week-long experience, it is in fact 10 days. Ten glorious days that you will be able to dine in 15 of Dubai’s top restaurants at a hugely discounted price.  You heard right, three divine courses of amazing food for just 199 AED per person.  All the restaurants have set menus to choose from, I have read them all and trust me you have some big food decisions to make.  You can always do what I do if I can’t make my mind up, I make my other half choose what would have been my second choice.

Here is a list of the 15 restaurants who are participating –

Mayta – Peruvian at The Capital Club DIFC

Pai Thai – Thai at Dar Al Masyaf Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah

Pier Chic – Seafood, at the end of the Pier at Al Qasr Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah

Namu – Asian, W Hotel, Al Habtoor City

Bread Street Kitchen and Bar by Gordon Ramsay – British, Atlantis the Palm

Social by Heinz Beck – Italian, The Waldorf Astoria, Palm Island

Rhodes W1 – British, Grosvenor House Hotel, The Marina

Sea Fu – Pan Asian Seafood, The Four Seasons Resort, Jumeirah

Al Nafoorah – Arabic, Zabeel Zaray, Palm Island

OKKU – Japanese, The H Dubai, Sheik Zayed Road

The Rib Room – Steakhouse, Emirates Towers

Scape Restaurant and Bar – Burj Al Arab

Marina Social – British/Mediterranean, The Intertcontinental Hotel, Dubai Marina

Gaucho – Steakhouse, DIFC

Rang Mahal by Atul Kocchar – Indian, The Marriot Marquis, Sheik Zayed Road

As you can see from this list there is a good selection of venues and cuisines to choose from.  I know from previous Restaurant Week events that many outlets are booked out very quickly, so if you are fancying a restaurant with a view at the Burj Al Arab then I suggest you get it booked quickly!!!

Scape Restaurant and Bar, Burj Al Arab

To make things really easy this year, all the restaurants, with all their menus are available for you to see on the ROUNDMENU website (hit the link).  You can also make your reservation via their website too, happy eating!!!




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