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Give the tra­di­tional biryani a miss this Eid and cel­e­brate mod­ern In­dian dishes at Mint Leaf of Lon­don. The fine­din­ing eatery at Emi­rates Fi­nan­cial Tow­ers is serv­ing a scrump­tious three-course Eid menu fea­tur­ing sig­na­ture hits such as as­para­gus and pa­neer samosa, succulent adraki lamb chops, zesty kaf­fir-lime in­fused Fish­er­man’s Prawns, and dessert de­lights like ras­malai! The huge win­dows’ vista of DIFC’s daz­zling lights mean you’ll top off your fes­tive food with a fes­tive mood. Dh280 per per­son, to­day un­til Mon­day (Septem­ber 9-12). Call 04 706 0900 for reser­va­tions. Fire­works, food, shop­ping and games are the in­gre­di­ents to a per­fect fam­ily out­ing. Yas Ma­rina is cook­ing up just that over the Eid week­end to­day and to­mor­row (Septem­ber 9-10) with a spell­bind­ing fire­works show, a her­itage tent for cul­ture vul­tures with ac­tiv­i­ties like bas­ket-weav­ing, tra­di­tional Emi­rati games, and kids’ movies. Hun­gry for more? The dock­side prom­e­nade’s restau­rants from Lebanese to Rigid, boxy tablets have made us stretch our arm mus­cles, per­form ac­ro­bat­ics for bet­ter view­ing po­si­tion or weight-train just hold­ing them. With Len­ovo’s sleek Yoga Tab 3 you can go back to be­ing lazy and only ex­er­cise your grey cells. The lim­ber tablet hangs to pro­ject videos from the in-built pro­jec­tor, stands or tilts (for re­clined movie-watch­ing), has 18-hour bat­tery and AnyPen tech­nol­ogy so con­duc­tive ob­jects – ball­point pens, graphite pen­cils – can be used as a pen and dirty fin­gers can’t stain the 10.1-inch screen. Did we men­tion the lovely faux-leather fin­ish? Dh1,999, Emax.

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