What to do in Dubai today: Top dinner picks

Hot dishes at Wild & Moon

Vegan delight

Plant-based café, Wild & Moon (known for its vitamin packed, raw food dishes) has recently launched a hot menu set to entice. Using quality, seasonal ingredients to create hearty dishes the new line-up includes wild tacos, dahl, minestrone, vegan Bolognese and more. Along with the food there’s lots healthy smoothies, juices and herbal teas on offer here. As well as their flagship in Alserkal Avenue they’ve got two new branches in DIFC and Downtown Dubai.

800 9453

Indian themed brunch

All aboard the1906 Express tonight for a culinary affair helmed in flavours of the East. Nestled in DAMAC Hills at the Trump International Golf Course, Stoke House puts on an Indian food brunch that escorts guests on a journey of the region through their taste buds. There’s North Indian kebabs and tandoori style chicken served with traditional biriyani. Heading South, there’s meat, fish and vegetables cooked in authentic coconut oil. 7pm-10pm, Dhs495. +971 4 245 3939

Starlight BBQ

As the evenings get a little warmer, Arabian flavoured restaurant Suq at the Four Seasons, Jumeirah Beach invites guests to sit on their terrace for a Starlight BBQ. Setting the mood, a guitar player serenades diners as the smell of the live grill stations wafts through the air. The casual dining affair is the perfect way to start a relaxing weekend. 7.30-10.30pm, +971 4 270 7803

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