Five Menus To Try During Dubai Restaurant Week

Fiona Lee   |   10-05-2022

The Dubai Food Festival kicks off this week with Restaurant Week offering exclusive menus and offers from some of the city’s most sought after dining destinations. We reveal our five favourite menus not to miss.


Between the 6th and 15th of May, restaurants across Dubai will be providing special set menus to allow guests to taste different courses and flavours from their menu. We’ve rounded up some of the locations to check out this week.



Featured in MENA’s 50 Best Restaurants, COYA is sure to deliver a symphony of exotic South American flavours. The Peruvian restaurant is praised for its lively atmosphere and flavoursome dishes, many of which feature on the special restaurant week set menu. Guests can dive into a 2-course lunch or 3-course dinner menu, featuring sumptuous sea bass, wagyu beef ribs and corn-fed baby chicken, vegetarian options include patatas bravas and stir-fried quinoa.

Location: Four Seasons Resort, Jumeirah

Two-Course Lunch: AED 125

Three-Course Dinner: AED 350





Known for its sleek interior and modern Japanese dishes, Roka provides an Asian taste delight. The dressings alone are enough to make your mouth water; yuzu-truffle, wasabi mayonnaise and kosho honey, these flavours create an interesting menu complimenting the meat, seafood and vegetarian selection. Roka delivers the best flavours and an intoxicating dining experience.

Location: The Opus by Ominyat, Business Bay

Two-Course Lunch: AED 125

Three-Course Dinner: AED 350




Carnival by Tresind

This playful and interesting concept offers an Indian experience like no other. The dishes are as beautiful to look at as they are theatrical, in a carnival of modern Indian cuisine. Dishes on the set menus feature traditional Indian spices and include a range of creamy curries cooked to perfection. Although these don’t feature in the set menu, we think it’s worth checking out the cocktails for an additional element of entertainment.

Location: The Buildings by Daman, DIFC

Two-Course Lunch: AED 95

Three-Course Dinner: AED 150




Offering spectacular views of Downtown Dubai, Inti provides the best in Japanese-Peruvian Nikkei. The restaurant has an inviting and calming atmosphere, with seafood as the star of the menu. Black cod, prawns and scallops are tasty captures from the ocean, whilst spices and Bombay rice add a kick, topped off with fruity sweet treats for dessert.

Location: The Edition, Downtown Dubai

Three-Course Dinner: AED 350





A Michelin-Starred New York original, Marea offers classy Italian seafood selections, presented in a warm welcoming environment. The restaurant week lunch menu presents a refreshing burrata salad and light lemon calamari as starters, for the main guests can choose between three iconic Italian plates, rigatoni, ravioli and gnocchi, and of course, we wouldn’t be tasting Italy without a classic tiramisu or sweet sorbet to top it all off.

Location: Gate Village 7, DIFC

Two-Course Lunch: AED 125