Five things to do today: try authentic Portuguese fare and check out street art at Wynwood Goes Dubai

Plus, sign up for Eton Institute’s Speak Dating Language Exchange Programme; enjoy a screening of Lamma Shoftak (When I Saw You); and book a table at Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire

PortugalFoods@ME is a time to taste authentic Portuguese delicacies. Courtesy Portugal Foods
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Attend PortugalFoods@ME, where foodies and restaurateurs can network with a range of Portuguese agro-food companies and taste authentic Portuguese delicacies, including fish, meat, olives, spices, honey and cheeses. From 10am to 8pm, Hyatt Capital Gate, Abu Dhabi, www.portugalfoods.org

Check out street art at Wynwood Goes Dubai, an exhibition showcasing the recent works of street artists from the Wynwood Arts District of Miami, including Brittany Murphy by Skott Marsi (pictured). From 10am to 7pm daily, Street Art Gallery, 10th B Street, behind Lime Tree Cafe, Jumeirah 1, Dubai, www.streetartdubai.ae, 055 888 8247

Sign up for Eton Institute's Speak Dating Language Exchange Programme, which matches language enthusiasts who have a common interest in learning and practising each other's languages. On June 25, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Lounge Cafe Italiano, Arenco Tower, Dubai Media City, register at www.etoninstitute.com, 800 3866

Attend the pop-up cinema, set up by The Third Line in collaboration with Cinema Akil, and enjoy a screening of Lamma Shoftak (When I Saw You) by the director Annemarie Jacir. It tells the story of 11-year-old Tarek and his mother, who arrive in Jordan as refugees from Palestine in 1967. At 7.30pm, free entry, Al Quoz 3, Dubai, 04 341 1367, www.thethirdline.com

Book a table at Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire. The three-star Michelin chef is at his French fine dining restaurant, ready to take diners on a kaleidoscopic journey of discovery. From 7pm, InterContinental Dubai Festival City, Dubai, reservations at 04 701 1199, refletsrestaurant.icdfc@ihg.com

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