Dine this Valentine’s Day Clé Dubai

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Clé Dubai, a homegrown destination restaurant featuring chef and author Greg Malouf’s award-winning contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine, ensures all lovers have the perfect spot to dine and dance the night away on Valentine’s day.

Valentine’s Day: Saturday, 14th February

On Saturday, 14th February, a glass of champagne welcomes guests on arrival. A special three-course menu designed for sharing has also been prepared by Chef Greg Malouf. With an array of starters like lamb and aubergine fatayer with house pickles; tandoori French quail, bandari spices chickpeas and pardon peppers; burrata with dukkah, red leaves and pomegranate dressing; or hand dived scallops with moutabbal and fennel salad, the evening is definitely headed in the perfect direction. Continue indulging in great food such as the duck pie Moroccan style with cabbage and mint salad; white marrows, and cabbage rolls with freekah stuffing cooked in Italian tomatoes; beef short rib braised with orange, eggs and tomato chili stew; or monkfish tagine with couscous and organic chickpeas for main course. A sweet and tasty finish awaits with desserts like rich chocolate tart with Turkish delight; Burt honey and yoghurt pannacotta; yoghurt and honey pannacotta with apple caramel; or Reblochon, a French semi-soft wash rind cheese and stone bread.

Resident performers Cirque Éloize have prepared a special number to ensure the decadent selection of food is coupled by enchanting entertainment. Dance the rest of the night away to romantic tunes played by the in-house DJ. Package starts at 450 AED.

Clé Rosé every Thursday

Ladies, leave the stress at home and get dressed for a stylish Ladies Night at Clé Dubai. Gather all the girls every Thursday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and enjoy two complimentary glasses of Rosé or Sparkling Rosé.

Clé Happy Hours every Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Head down to Clé Dubai every Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 6:00pm onwards and enjoy all house spirits, wine and beer for half the price. Indulge in a refreshing and unique experience at Clé Dubai’s modern and elegant alfresco terrace along with a truly spectacular view of the Burj Khalifa and the surrounding financial district.

Business Lunch from Sunday to Thursday

Clé Dubai now offers culinary highlights creatively packaged for those looking to take an hour out and enjoy business lunch prepared by Chef Greg. From Sunday to Thursday, two and three-course meals are available at 95 AED and 130 AED respectively and guests have the option to dine alfresco at the terrace.

Clé Dubai is open seven days a week from 12:00pm to 2:00am. A la carte lunch is served from 12:00pm to 3:00pm; mezze from 3:00pm to 7:00pm; and dinner from 7:00pm to 11:30pm.

About Clé Dubai

Located at Al Fattan Currency House, Dubai International Financial Center, Clé Dubai unlocks the experience of contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine, as expressed through Michelin-starred chef and author Greg Malouf’s eyes, as well as a journey of discovery through the space itself, where the mood of approachable luxury is tempered by exquisite detailing. Now settled in Dubai, Malouf and his team will provide a matchless dining experience, always to his own exacting standards.

Clé Dubai also unlocks a journey of the senses through revolving displays of art and sculpture; music and live performance; and its maze-like corners and intriguing sections that can be readily shaped to the needs of the guests from formal dining, private area for special functions, an even more intimate VIP area, a bar, lounge to an alfresco terrace overlooking the BurjKhalifa. The place can cater to over 300 people comfortably seated or in excess of 1,000 in pure standing capacity.

Clé Dubai is open seven days a week 12:00pm to 2:00am.

A la Carte lunch from 12:00noon to 3:00pm and dinner from 7:00pm to 11:30pm

Mezze from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.

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