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Delicious Diwali restaurants to bite into

From 21 October to 13 November, celebrate Diwali at eateries in Dubai that are serving up tasty treats for the season.

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Light up your celebrations with Zomato's Diwali Collection

Joy, light, and love surround the season's special celebrations - as do delectable eats from Zomato. From October 21 to November 6, indulge in spicy curries or nostalgic dishes that evoke a taste of home, before filling your plate with sumptuous sweets from 'barfis' to 'ladoos'.

Whether you're heading out or ordering in, Zomato's Diwali Collection has curated the best of Indian cuisine, featuring restaurants with themed menus, special discounts, and more. Log into the Zomato website or app, and discover a world of gastronomic delights to satisfy your festive appetite.

For a full list of participating restaurants click here

Celebrate the Festival of Lights at Kaleidoscope

For a Diwali-themed experience that will please the palate and provide endless entertainment, surprise your family with a visit to Kaleidoscope. From 4-6 November, the international restaurant is celebrating the special occasion with buffet stations featuring home-style Indian dishes prepared by a collective of Atlantis, The Palm's leading chefs.

Book your table online or call reservation and dig into the offer for AED255, inclusive of water and soft drinks. Children under 16, dine for AED127.50. 

The restaurant located in Atlantis, The Palm will give diners a complete Diwali experience with henna artists on hand as well as live Rangoli art and a photobooth to capture the memories. Adding to the festivities a live band performing Bollywood-inspired fusion sets accompanied by thrilling dance performances.

Celebrate with food at Expo 2020 Dubai

With so much to do at Expo 2020 Dubai there’s no better time to head to the first World Expo in the Middle East than this Diwali. Begin your celebrations with an illuminating projection show at Al Wasl Plaza before heading to Bread Ahead, where visitors can enjoy a masterclass in how to make traditional treats such as Gulab Jamun and Bread Ladoo. With two classes on offer, take your pick from 4 November at 6pm or the next day’s masterclass which begins at 1pm, from just AED350 per person, per class.

Celebrate an authentic Diwali dinner at Farrago including a wide array of Indian sweets and delights from 3-6 November. Lunch starts at 11am from AED125 per person and dinner kicks off from 7pm for AED180 per person. Or from 4-6 November try out dishes by Michelin Star Chef Rohit Ghai at Kutir, with a traditional Indian menu inspired by the luscious forests and jungles of the Indian countryside. Reserve your seat now.

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