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Italian Easter Special at Certo

Certo Italian Restaurant at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City is celebrating Easter with a special menu on 24th and 25th April 2011.

Chef Matteo created a delicious 4 course menu, offering a delightful combination of traditional Italian Easter specialities and a special dessert served during the Easter period all over Italy.

In Italy, Easter is traditionally celebrated with a sumptuous feast on Easter Sunday when the entire family gets together and enjoys special delicacies.
At Certo we would like to create the same ambience for you and celebrate Easter the Italian way.

The 4 course set menu is available on 24th and 25th April 2011 during lunch and dinner for AED 199 per person (food only). The usual a la carte menu will also be served in addition to the special Easter menu.

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