Atlantis reopens its restaurants with a 30 percent discount on food and drinks Dubai

Enjoy a 30 percent discount at Bread Street Kitchen, Nobu and Hakkasan…

When Dubai is slowly returning to normal, some of our favorite restaurants have finally opened. The legendary hotel in Dubai, Atlantis The Palm, has just announced the reopening of its resort and some of its famous restaurants.

The doors are finally open to Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, the Japanese restaurant Nobu and the world-famous steakhouse Seafire Steakhouse & Grill – and all UAE residents have a 30 percent discount on food and drink when they eat there.

In addition to reopening the restaurants in Atlantis, the hotel is also open for stays. An overnight stay including breakfast during the week costs only 549 Dhs. Do you prefer a weekend stay? The price is only Dhs649.

After a long period of closure, many of us could use a little pampering and Atlantis’ luxury The ShuiQi Spa is open for hair and nail appointments, which are only available upon prior reservation.

So where to eat? Enjoy hearty British classics like fish and chips or a Sunday roast for lunch and dinner in the Bread Street Kitchen (open from 12pm to 9pm). Enjoy refined sashimi, sushi, and more from Nobu, a celebrity hotspot in its LA store (open 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.).

For a delicious dim sum, head to the super-sleek Cantonese Hakkasan restaurant (open 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) or visit the Seafire Steakhouse & Bar (open 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.). Iftar is served on the beach in the WHITE restaurant for a really chic affair.

As the restaurants in Dubai currently have limited capacity, you must book in advance when dining at Atlantis The Palm.

If you need a little Zen after the lockout, head to Atlantis on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. to enjoy yoga in the Lost Chambers. You’ll stretch it out in the 45-minute session that is said to rejuvenate your mind and body.

Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. Tel .: (04) 426 2000.

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