Modernist chaat trolley, Dhs70
This popular Indian street food prepared tableside is a work of art, with the use of liquid nitrogen to add some drama. It makes a great conversation piece and is packed with flavour
Plump and sweet, the flavour of this dish is enhanced by a fabulous chilli glaze that warms the mouth rather than scorching your tastebuds
Daulat ki Chaat, Dhs75
Another popular street eat hailing from Old Delhi which is milk and cream whipped into the lightest, fluffiest sphere imaginable with a crumbling of popular, flaky Indian sweet, soan papdi
INFO: 12noon-3.30pm, 7pm-3am daily, Radisson Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed road, 04 440 9370, www.tresind.com
Taste of Dubai announces sizzling line up
This three-day culinary extravaganza, from 12 to 14 March, with celeb chefs Jean-Christophe Novelli, Food Network favourite Andy Bates and TV chef and author Jose Pizarro, scheduled to grace Taste of Dubai this year. From cookery schools from the masterchefs to street food and delicacies from all over the world, this is another date for all foodies to mark in their diaries.
INFO: Tickets on sale now from Dhs75, 4pm-12midnight Thu, 12noon-11pm Fri-Sat, Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, www.tasteofdubaifestival.com
Following amazing performances at RedFestDXB, Rixton, Tinashe and Ella Eyre were clearly famished and chose Monaco institute Sass Café for a well-deserved chow down, ordering an array of delectable dishes such as the barbecued lobster tail, Burrata cremosa and the grilled Wagyu ribeye steak. Get in with the A-list by heading down to the eatery’s ‘Monday Made Me’ European inspired dinner party concept, by booking a table and dining on signature dishes while you get your groove on to guest DJ’s spinning the decks all night long.
INFO: 7pm-3am, Mon, Al Fattan Currency House, DIFC, 04 352 7722, email@example.com