GOOD FOOD IN THE NEIGH­BOUR­HOOD

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At­lantis, The Palm is host­ing all-you-can-eat-and-drink culi­nary event Cirque De Cui­sine on May 18. Guests can move freely across nine par­tic­i­pat­ing restau­rants in the ho­tel in­clud­ing Nobu, Bread Street Kitchen, Seafire Steak­house and Bar, Ronda Lo­catelli and Os­siano, savour­ing dif­fer­ent cour­ses. Mean­while, street per­form­ers, jug­glers, ac­ro­bats and a bub­bles tower bar trans­form The Av­enues – the re­sort’s shop­ping area – into a cir­cus. Dessert will be served in The Lost Cham­bers Aquar­ium fol­lowed by an af­ter party at N’Dulge night­club. Dh595 per per­son; from 7.30pm-11.30pm. Call 04 426 1166.

If you want your din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences to shoot for the skies try out Din­ner in the Sky – you will dine at a height of 50m on a ta­ble sus­pended by a crane. The event that has been held in over 40 cities world­wide is wrap­ping up its Dubai stint at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Marine Club on May 20. Tuck into brunch, lunch, tea break or din­ner catered by the Ritz-Carl­ton, DIFC, while your feet hang in the air and sky­scrapers keep you com­pany. From Dh499 per per­son; din­ner­inthesky.ae.

What do you get when din­ner is also the show? Le Petit Chef’s Din­ner­time Story, that’s what – the pop-up din­ing con­cept serves a six-course set din­ner ac­com­pa­nied by a side of an­i­mated op­ti­cal il­lu­sions and a gar­nish of 3D pro­jec­tion map­ping that in­volves a tiny an­i­mated chef tire­lessly cre­at­ing your din­ner as he nar­rates the story of the flavours Marco Polo dis­cov­ered from Mar­seille to In­dia to China. At World Trade Club, Dubai, Dh450 per per­son, and Dh375 per per­son at the Ritz Carl­ton Grand Canal, Abu Dhabi; din­ner­timestory.com.

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