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Three unusual foodie things to try in Dubai this Eid

By Emma Hodgson | September 08, 2016

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Bertin Bistro and Restaurant

For those who prefer breakfast to brunch, Bertin Bistro and Restaurant is the place to head to this Eid. Each day they are serving breakfast until 3pm (including their scrumptious kougelopf dish, pictured). They’re also offering kids the opportunity to learn how to bake kougelopf themselves, with help from the restaurant’s pastry chef!

Prices vary, until 13 September 2016, for more information visit Bertin Bistro and Restaurant

Al Iwan, Burj Al Arab

Fancy trying some traditional Emirati food over the Eid break? Al Iwan restaurant at the Burj Al Arab is the place to go. It will be serving camel ouzi (braised baby camel with Omani mandi rice) and Chebab (a crepe layer cake, drizzled with date syrup, along with many other unique Emirati dishes.

Prices vary, until 13 September 2016, for more information visit Al Iwan

Chamas Churrascaria, Crowne Plaza

Bringing the feel of the Brazilian carnival to Dubai, Chamas Churrascaria at the Crowne Plaza will have performances from Brazilian Samba dancers and a live band all weekend. If that isn’t enough, the restaurant is offering 18 cuts of meat, unlimited drinks and buffet courses all for under DHS 300.

295 per person, until 10 September 2016, for more information visit Chamas Churrascaria



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