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Eid at Dusit Thani Dubai

Dubai, UAE – Celebrate Eid Al Fitr at Dusit Thani Dubai and mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan in style. To mark the occasion all our restaurants situated on our 24th floor will come together for a Big Eid Brunch, offering the very best selection of dishes from around the globe.

Benjarong, the hotel’s signature restaurant serving Royal Thai cuisine will be presenting a number of their favourite dishes, including their most famous curry, Gaeng Phed Ped Yang (roasted duck in red curry with pineapple, tomato and grapes). PAX Romana, the hotel’s italian restaurant will be hosting a live pasta cooking station where you can create your own pasta dishes as elaborate as your imagination will limit you.

Arabic favourites are harmoniously presented with our traditional Thai style, setting us out from the rest. There will be a large selection of seafood , sushi and shashimi set on a carefully carved ice sculpture created by our award winning artist, a number of international dishes and the centre peice of a traditional slow roasted Lamb Ouzi.

Diners can chose to sit in any one of our 24th floor restaurants offering undisturbed and unparralled views across Dubai’s skyline, including that of the Burj Khalifa, while enjoying the hotel’s renowned Thai hospitality.

Attendance at the Big Eid Brunch is AED 155 (food only), AED  185 (with soft-drinks and chilled juices), AED 215 (with house wine and house beer), AED 265 (with sparkling wine, house spirits, house wine, and house beer), and AED 465 (with Champagne).

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