Most people like to get value for money when they brunch, so we think this 15-course artisanal offering is quite the “catch” (pardon the pun). Prepared “a la minute”, the Friday brunch experience at Catch Abu Dhabi combines full table service with twists on restaurant favourites. Expect to be served everything from sea bass ceviche to Wagyu tacos, fresh sushi and salmon, jumbo prawns and corn-fed baby chicken.
Like so many of his fellow Arab countrymen, this man is serious about the form guide when he goes along to the races. In this photograph taken back in 1997, the horse enthusiast at Meydan has found a spot out of the rain where he can get the lowdown on the thoroughbreds worth watching out for. Today marks the start of the horse racing season in the UAE, which means there are sure to thousands of racegoers across the region converging on the Jebel Ali Racecourse for the season-opener.
With a new restaurant opening its doors in the region every other week, we thought it was time to put together a list of some of the new culinary offerings worth putting on the hit list. This is just a snapshot, and there is more to come in the coming weeks and months, with the opening of La Mer – the new mixed-use development between Palm Jumeirah and Jumeirah Bay – and the growth of DIFC and the capital’s Galleria. So, tuck in, it’s a flavour-filled landscape.
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