GOOD FOOD IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
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.