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8 summer menus in Dubai to get you in the mood for the season

that our mood is determined by our meals. We’re not messing around. There are many ways to enjoy the plentiful pleasure, sun, sweat, and pain that is summer in the United Arab Emirates. And what better medium than food to solve all the world’s problems? All you need is one of these summer menus in Dubai to give you an excuse to go out to eat and get excited about the season all over again.

Demon Duck

Demon Duck’s summer menu consists of three delectable meals. From June 3 to August 29, you can savour delicacies like matcha fondant, 48-hour short ribs and seabass crudo for Dhs299 per person. When coming this summer, the menu includes free access to the beach and pool plus one house drink.


Beginning on June 3, this French Riviera-inspired restaurant Alizée is bringing a taste of summer to Dubai with their new, special summer set menu. This seaside restaurant will instantly take you to the South of France. The meticulously planned three-course set menu costs Dhs299 per person and comes with a choice of house drinks. Savour delicious, light fare like niçoise salad, lamb chops dressed with black truffle, rigatoni spaghetti with basil pesto and parmesan cheese, brioche tropézienne, and more.


We’re excited about the hot weather options of everyone’s favourite neighbourhood French restaurant. The acclaimed restaurant invites you to enjoy this traditional French meal in a fresh, summer environment as a component of its new event. With a twist influenced by Dubai’s variety, the Steak Tartare on Ice Festival takes this classic dish from the 1900s and embodies French tradition. There are five kinds: wagyu shiitake miso truffle, chipotle Latino beef tartare, French steak tartare, beef tartare Méditerranée, and summer fresh garden tartare. Servings available until August 31 for Dhs 79 per piece.


The Michelin-starred restaurant Netsu’s summer menu, “Hands-On,” debuted in June and emphasises the traditional Japanese practice of eating with your hands while providing a sensory experience that allows visitors to learn more about the culture. Sample menu items include spicy tuna temaki handrolls, wagyu truffle sandos, moreish fried chicken bao buns, and warayaki Japanese oysters. Try this menu before it disappears because it’s only available for a short while. The meal will be available starting on June 7.


The menu of carefully selected seasonal summer specials at this calm Japanese restaurant showcases the best of traditional Japanese cuisine combined with modern European culinary inspirations. The offer is this: select from three carefully cooked Teishoku sets, a traditional Japanese meal style that is based on the principles of balance and harmony in cuisine. Tastes include wagyu beef, spicy crispy tofu, honey miso fish, and chicken tonkotsu miso broth. Iced drinks and a carefully selected tea selection should be included.

Reform Social and Grill

Reform Social and Grill is giving you the chance to get a taste of UK summertime this summer—minus the rain, of course. Every Saturday, the Reform tent will be converted into a huge beach bungalow for the “Beside the Seaside” brunch. There will be live music, games for children, and traditional British seaside cuisine served as guests travel from Brighton to Blackpool. With its striped huts and festive atmosphere, not to mention the carefully chosen three-course a la carte brunch menu and drink selections, it will all be extremely traditional and nostalgic.Adults can purchase a sharing-style brunch meal with dessert buffet for Dhs 225, which includes soft drinks and alcoholic beverages at an extra cost.

Terra Eatery

The summer menu at Terra Eatery features delicious, fresh, and healthful food with a Mediterranean Sea influence. Fresh shrimp from Oman and farm-to-table veggies from Sharjah are just two of the best components used in the robust, refreshing summer menu tastes. Sample menu items include lemon chicken, prawn ceviche, a variety of fresh salads, and more.


Kishmish’s is ideal for beating the heat because, in addition to serving delectable Afghan dishes, it also has a selection of refreshing drinks to satisfy your thirst, as any good summer menu should. The region is famous for its chai and basil seed cordials, so try the house favourites, chai rose, chia lemon, and chia turmeric. Some classics are sekanjebin, a syrup with vinegar and mint served over ice, and sharbat e alo balo, which consists of sliced cucumber and hibiscus. On the menu are dopiyaza buns, kandahar salad, and mango sheer yakh.

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