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How you can enjoy a two-course dinner at Atlantis The Royal for just Dhs150 next week

This year, the month-long food festival will be held at both Atlantis The Palm and Atlantis The Royal from Sunday, October 15 via Sunday, November 29.

Guests will get the opportunity to meet famous chefs, eat amazing set dinners at a fraction of the regular price, learn from the best through masterclasses, and much more. If you haven’t eaten at Atlantis The Royal yet, now is the time.

Starting things off, Atlantis Restaurant Week will take place from October 15 to 21, and 14 restaurants will be taking part, so be ready to fill your gastronomic calendars for a whole week.

Guests can try a two-course dinner at Atlantis The Royal’s Spanish restaurant, Jaleo by José Andrés, for Dhs250, or a six-course Japanese-Peruvian food at Nobu by the Beach for Dhs350.

Seafood lovers can dine at La Mar by Gastón Acurio’s four-course set menu for Dhs550, or Dinner by Heston’s three-course set menu for Dhs550, which comprises the legendary Meat Fruit and Tipsy Cake.

Atlantis The Palm offers an eight-course signature meal for Dhs550 at Hakkasan, two courses at Bread Street Kitchen for Dhs150, three courses at Seafire Steakhouse for Dhs250, and six courses at Nobu for Dhs550.

There will be a series of four-hands food over the culinary month. Chef Gastón Acurio will work together with chef Dabiz Muoz, the creative brain behind three-Michelin-starred restaurant DiverXO, for two nights of excellent Latin American gastronomy. The amazing collaboration will take place on the 3rd and 4th of November for Dhs990 per person.

On November 8 and 9, chef Grégoire Berger of Ossiano will collaborate with Andoni Luis Aduriz of Mugaritz, one of Spain’s most influential chefs. For Dhs1,500, guests may enjoy an amazing 10-wave dinner, with each part of the tale presented via the culinary perspective of each chef.

Guests may tantalise the senses in The Royal Tearoom with Paul Occhipinti, a Meilleur Ouvrier de France award winner, and Atlantis The Royal’s Christophe Devoille for a tasty afternoon tea experience. This one-of-a-kind collaboration takes place on November 4 and 5 from 2pm to 5pm and costs Dhs590 for two people.

Last but not least, on November 27, from 3 to 5 p.m., famous chef Jose Andres will offer a paella lesson. Guests can discover the secrets of the award-winning chef’s Spanish cuisine by enrolling in a hands-on cooking class for Dhs1,500 per person.

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