Award-winning Cantonese restaurant, Hakkasan Dubai, is launching Dim Sum Fridays, a special ‘anti-waste’, ‘anti-brunch’ lunch offer.
Located on the beautiful island of Benguerra in Mozambique, which celebrates 45 years of independence in 2020, and approximately one kilometre away from Azura Benguerra Island, guests at the beach club can enjoy a range of offerings.
Following up on the huge success of previous editions, this March the sell-out ‘dine- around’ of the year is back with exhilarating experiences, free flowing beverages and some of the most exciting cuisine in Dubai.
True Food Kitchen will open its first restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday, February 12th, at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
In celebration of the month, and in line with the explosive uptake of the plant-based lifestyle, Ayamna, Bread Street Kitchen, Hakkasan, Nobu, Ronda Locatelli and White Beach & Restaurant at Atlantis, the Palm are all curating special vegan menus.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is giving guests the chance to create their own bespoke gin during a cruise holiday, with guidance from expert gin-makers, Nigel and Debbie Wright.
With guests looking to choose a healthier lifestyle in the new year, Lao is providing diners with an array of delicious, fresh vegetarian and vegan options.
One of the world’s leading Peruvian restaurants, La Mar by Gastón Acurio, has been announced as the latest culinary addition to the Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences, set to open late 2020.
In celebration of China’s most important festival, and kicking off the Year of the Rat, Atlantis, the Palm has curated special feasts from of the city’s best Chinese fare.
Epitomising bare-foot luxury, White’s cool, white-washed décor, dreamy infinity pool, multiple beach areas, and enticing partially-submerged sunbeds, along with its laid-back bohemian vibe, will instantly ease guests into holiday mode.
Rising to fame as world-renowned vegan hotspots, the trip covers Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Budapest, with extra stops along the way.
Raffles Grand Hotel d’ Angkor has welcomed the new Khmer restaurant, 1932. Following a landmark refurbishment, the location will offer traditional specialties with a contemporary twist.