Chefs at the Taj Palace Hotel Dubai have devised two new theme nights for guests and visitors looking for the best in value dining, with a Philippine extravaganza every Sunday and a new barbecue theme night at Al Waha on Wednesdays.
According to Acting General Manager, Mr Ahmed Badawy, the additional theme nights offer an opportunity to taste new cuisines and dishes and widens the already extensive programme of dining available at the hotel.
“Al Waha restaurant has already gained loyal customers with its seafood and Friday brunch, and the barbecue grill is expected to attract a wider audience tempted by the live cooking and quality produce on the menu,” he said.
“At Sakura, we have a SaloSaloSaHapunan evening to introduce the flavours of the Philippines to a wider audience – as well as catering for Filipino nationals resident in Dubai.”
Priced at AED99 per person, inclusive of tax and service charge, the theme night covers an all-you-can-eat buffet between 1900 and 2300 hours, plus free soft drinks.
In addition, Sakura has special Asian theme nights on both Mondays and Fridays, similarly priced at AED99 per person including soft beverages.
The barbecue theme night at Al Waha costs AED99 per person, inclusive of freshly-cooked grills and soft drinks – children under six eat free and those aged between six and 12 can eat for half price.
The Taj Palace Hotel Dubai is conveniently located in the heart of Deira, minutes’ from the international airport, within easy reach of the business and commercial district, touristic sites, shopping malls, leisure and entertainment facilities, the beach and creek, as well as the Dubai Metro line. The hotel features 159 rooms and suites plus 90 apartments as well as superb dining and leisure options. The unbeatable combination of luxury, location, convenience and comfort guarantees true value for money at Taj Palace Hotel Dubai.
For more information about the hotel visit http://www.tajhotels.com
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