Find a feast to cel­e­brate the Fes­ti­val of Lights

7 Days in Dubai - - FOOD -

Head to Four Points by Sher­a­ton on Fri­day for a Diwali brunch at The Eatery. There will be North and South In­dian dishes to en­joy as well as diya lamps and tra­di­tional Ran­goli dec­o­ra­tion on the floor at the en­trance. Dhs90 per per­son, call 501 3115.

Through­out the week­end, un­til Tues­day, you can cel­e­brate the fes­ti­val of lights at Rang Ma­hal, JW Mar­riott Mar­quis. Chef Am­r­ish Sood will be of­fer­ing up a five-course menu of spe­cial Diwali dishes. Call 04 414 0000

Moven­pick Ho­tel Ibn Bat­tuta Gate is host­ing a foodie fest on Sun­day and Mon­day for the oc­ca­sion. The menu will in­clude plenty of veg­e­tar­ian and non-veg dishes to de­light in, such as vegetable kati roll, chicken Afghani tikka, and desserts in­clud­ing burfi and kala ja­mun. Call 04 444 5613

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray is serv­ing up a fes­tive spread at Amwal, from Sun­day un­til Thurs­day. There will be au­then­tic dishes, in­clud­ing zaf­frani tan­gri ke­bab tikka and kurkure jinghe - a corn puff dish. Dhs195 per per­son. Call 04 453 0000

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