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7 new set menus you can try in Dubai this season

The idea of a fixed menu is very cool, especially for people like these who love to eat but never know what they want. All of the decisions are made for you, selected by experts, and all you have to do is consume.

If an a la carte menu with rows upon rows of potential overwhelms you, visit to these restaurants to enjoy set meals of great variety. This is the sole decision you’ll have to makeā€¦ I swear.

Atrangi by Ritu Dalmia

This restaurant specialises on home-cooked, sincere Indian cuisine inspired by the kitchens of Indian moms and grandparents. The all-new tasting menu takes you on a nostalgic journey through lesser-known regional delights. The Chef’s Tasting Menu experience will use your choices and Chef Dalmia’s knowledge to produce a personalised offering of the best Atrangi has to offer. A five-course tasting menu costs Dhs440, while a seven-course meal costs Dhs640.

SOON Nobby x True Izakaya

SOON, Izakaya haunt Nobby x True Izakaya has a freshly introduced Teishoku Lunch that is going to take you to Tokyo (gastronomically, of sure). This classic Japanese set meal is available from 12pm to 4pm Monday to Friday. There are two options: the Regular, that comes with three dishes, and the Deluxe, which contains four. As an appetiser, both selections include a complementary helping of soybeans and your choice of yukari salt or house chilli sauce. Smoked salmon maki, negihama maki, yasai futomaki, chicken katsu, wagyu menchi katsu, and more options are available.


‘A Journey Through Northern China,’ a new Hutong series, presents a week-long celebration of Northern Chinese food. Each night has a different theme and a different food. Try the Beijing Feast on Monday, offering food like roasted Peking duck with pancakes and a steamed dumpling plate. The Flavour of Shanxi will be served on Tuesday, starring Chilean sea bass red star noodles and scallop and prawn garlic wontons. Finally, the Xinjiang Homestyle Dinner on Wednesday includes Xingjiang crispy lamb ribs and spicy beef xiao long bao. 6 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.


Visit YAVA in Wasl 51 for a taste of their new business lunch menu, which is available weekdays from 12pm to 4pm. Three dishes for Dhs99 feature olive chicken tajine, baked honey lemon salmon, handmade chicken meatballs with lemon butter orzo, and more, along with dessert selections like as chocolate tiramisu burned cheesecake, and Nutella khamse. With a short dash in and out of the cubicle, you’re able to give yourself a hearty lunch experience.


Monno, an Italian restaurant, has introduced a new Chef’s tasting menu with two options – from the land and from the sea – made by Head Chef Federico Bartoli and his team of chefs. Both meals are five courses long and include items like Dibba Bay oysters with vanilla mignonette, ravioli al tartufo with Parmigiano Reggiano fondue and veal jus, kampot pepper veal, and more. Whether you’re into seafood or not, there’s something for everyone. Dinner service is only available for a price of Dhs300.


KATA’s lunch extravaganza, priced at Dhs88 for three dishes, is a must-try. The contemporary Japanese eatery is set along the Dubai Mall Fountain promenade and is likely to provide great views of the show as you dine. Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., try miso soup, followed by chicken karaage and Scottish salmon tataki. Baked Chilean sea bass and mushroom truffle rice pot are among the main food. Dessert is a delectable matcha tiramisu. Please sign us up!


Netsu Unfolded is a limited-time menu inspired by origami and created in conjunction with world-renowned origami artist and architect Charles Kaisin. The menu features delicacies like as lobster ceviche, tableside made tuna tamaki hand roll, prawn toast, wagyu sirloin MB 4-5 with a spicy sweet sake glaze, and spicy wagyu hot stone rice. The four-course dinner is priced at Dhs450 per person, including the sake pairing.

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