7 Restaurants You Must Visit This Festive Season

7 Restaurants You Must Visit This Festive Season

These places have special offers to make your Diwali better than ever


The stylish Bombay Brasserie at Taj Dubai has created the perfect ambience with the delectable dining offerings for diners this Diwali. Savour authentic Indian flavours with a special set menu to commemorate the biggest Indian festival served with great warmth in true Taj style. The offer can be availed on the 7th of November, 7 pm onwards with prices ranging from Dhs 250 Dhs (vegetarian) to Dhs 295 (non-vegetarian).


During Diwali, the restaurant will be adorned with earthen lamps, known as diyas, while guests will be greeted with a traditional Rangoli displayed at the entrance and a fragrant welcome beverage. Chef Sreejith Nair and his team will receive guests with a live station, preparing bespoke innovative Indian serving street-style dishes, primarily chaats such as Paan ki chaat, Kakra chaat and many more. An assortment of kebabs and a plated Thali, featuring a variety of Indian dishes would be served. A creative Indian dessert sampler will provide the perfect end to this indulgence. The price for this wonderfully curated meal is Dhs 299.


This restaurant is Dubai’s only rooftop, revolving restaurant & lounge situated at Hyatt Regency. Celebrate Diwali at Al Dawaar over a lavish spread of Indian and International delicacies while watching over sweeping spectacular views of the city skyline, Burj Khalifa, sea and the Creek. The menu will include traditional Indian dishes and International cuisines with rich desserts including Kaju Katli, Boondi Ladoo, Jalebi, Rasmalai and Phirni amongst others with the prices ranging from Dhs 249 to Dhs 369 Dhs per person.

The Indian fine-dining restaurant, which has recently revamped its interiors and menu to bring forth a renewed culinary and mixology experience, will offer complimentary dessert to all guests from 6th-10th November to celebrate the festival of Diwali. Warm Saffron Peda, Sesame Laddu and Dahi Sorbet are the tantalising desserts to be served to guests who attend Trèsind for lunch or dinner during the auspicious festival of lights.

Bombay Bungalow launches a Diwali inspired sharing menu, in honour of the festival of lights, making it the perfect place to celebrate Diwali. You can enjoy a stunning array of delicious Indian fusion dishes which include favourites such as Burrata Butter Chicken, Watermelon Chaat, Guac Pani Poori with your family. The Diwali menu will be available from November 1 to 10. The price ranges from Dhs 250 for 2 people to Dhs 450 for 4 people. 

Guests can light up the night this Diwali at Nomad at the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, with a special celebration dinner. Enjoy an evening of sampling all the colours and flavours of Indian cuisine with a vibrant traditional buffet to celebrate the festival of lights. Prices starting from Dhs 230 per person and Dhs 115 for children.


Super chef Sanjeev  Kapoor can make your Diwali memorable this year. His restaurant, Signature by Sanjeev Kapoor at The Canvas Hotel Dubai, is serving a special set menu called the ‘Rajwada Bhog’. Guests can relish dishes such as Tandoori sous vide pesto prawns, Mughals burra kabab, Parmesan chicken tikka dome, Awadhi rarra gosht and Rumani aloo methi among other mains. Vegetarians can opt for appetisers such as Tandoori Avocado, Silky red grills (Beetroot kababs) and Mewa Aloo Tilnaaz. The dishes will be served with the famous Lalla mussa dal, Basmati rice and assorted Indian breads. Indulgent desserts such as Pistachio kulfi falooda and Saffron bhapa doi are also included.  Priced at Dhs 139 per person until November 7.