Dubai Foodie News: Two new restaurants, Christmas cookie decorating and a disco sushi brunch
• Enjoy a pre-Christmas brunch on Friday at OKKU’s Disco Sushi Brunch. The brunch starts with a festive cocktail reception, after which guests will sit down to enjoy a 12-course menu featuring OKKU’s most-loved dishes. Classic Christmas music from the 80s will help set the mood. The brunch starts at 12:30pm. For reservations, call 04 501 8777.
• Gather the kids and head to Java Jolt on December 23 for a Christmas cookie decorating class. The one-hour classes run all day long starting from 8:30am. Kids can decorate homemade orange-flavoured shortbread cookies (made with organic whole-wheat flour) any way they like. Chef Khomotšo Leluma will teach the kids how to make cookie dough and cut shapes. For kids ages 3 to 15, Dh50. Java Jolt is located on level one of Le Solarium Tower, Dubai Silicon Oasis. For reservations, call 04 320 9292.
• Coya Dubai, the highly-anticipated Peruvian restaurant in the Four Seasons Resort, opened its doors this week. The restaurant, which operates a successful outlet in London and has another scheduled to open in Miami, will offer authentic Peruvian cuisine including classic ceviche, tiraditos (sliced raw fish) and anticuchos — skewers of meat, fish and vegetables. The restaurant is 8,500 square feet and seats 189 people. Plenty of room for all your friends. For reservations, call 04 316 9000.
Published: December 17, 2014 04:00 AM