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Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers delivers culinary bliss this November


Ladies night, brunches, 3D mapping and more.

Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers is no stranger to hosting superb dining events in the capital.

From wonderfully-themed afternoon teas to bountiful brunches, any gastronome is in for a treat when they visit this five-star hotel for a culinary treat.

And for the month of November, Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers is serving up what can be described as the magnificent seven gastro experiences.


Sole Italian mixed drinks night

Beginning on Thursday, guests can say ciao to the working week with Sole. The Italian ristorante is dishing out delicious bites like palate pleasing pizza, gorgeous grilled prawns and sumptuous shucked oysters from 8pm to 11pm. And while you tuck into a bite of Italy, enjoy specially crafted Italian mixed drinks and the smooth tones of the Sole’s resident saxophonist


Le Petit Chef at Ray’s Grill Restaurant

Small in stature yet big on taste, Ray’s Grill Restaurant promises an immersive culinary journey with the world’s smallest chef, Le Petit Chef. Taking place on the 63rd floor of the Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, diners are in for a visual treat with great views of the Abu Dhabi skyline along with the cutting 3D mapping technology of the little cook. Offering lunch on Friday and Saturday from 1.30pm to 3pm and dinner settings on Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm to 8pm and 9pm to 10.30pm, this is one of the unique dinging events in the whole of the capital.


Nahaam Brunch

One of the most banging brunches you can ever attend in Abu Dhabi, the Nahaam brunch will place your Friday afternoon in a different stratosphere from 12.30pm to 4pm. With a DJ laying down some sweet beats from 2pm, brunchers can fill up their plates with delightfully fresh Mediterranean fare, Takoyaki, melt-in-the-mouth beef brisket and black belt beef as well as some of the best Yorkshire puddings you will find in the whole of the UAE.



For fans of Latin cuisine, this gastronomic centre that overlooks the Arabian Gulf is a must visit spot in Abu Dhabi. Inspired by the flavours of Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and beyond, the food card that is curated by Chef Richard Sandoval is perfect for those who classify themselves as a carnivore with various lamb, beef and seafood options and is available to sample from 1 November to 30 December. Vamos!


Buena Onda ladies’ night – VaKaVa

On Tuesdays it’s all about the gals at VaKaVA. Meaning a celebration of good times, Buena Onda, is promising cool vibes and great deals from 7pm to 11pm. Ladies can enjoy three mixed drinks or three glasses of grape along with a small meal from the dedicated ladies’ night menu.  


Fiesta Mood at Barbacoa Brunch – VaKaVa

A brunch that will supercharge any lazy Saturday afternoon, it’s time to party at VaKaVa’s Barbacoa Brunch. From 1pm to 5pm, guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to the cuisine with steak, marinated chicken, rodizio-styled prawns on skewers plus free-flowing beverages just some of the bites to expect at one of Abu Dhabi’s most lively Saturday get-togethers.


Embrace The Growth of the UAE – Nahaam Restaurant

The year 2021 is a massive year for the UAE with the country celebrating its Golden Jubilee and with so much emphasis placed on the culture, customs and food of the UAE, Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers will be celebrating in their own way with the Embrace The Growth of the UAE. Available to experience until 2 December from Saturday to Thursday in Nahaam Restaurant, guests can try out special curated meals that have been rustled up using only locally sourced produce.


For more information or to book your table at one of the above dining experiences call 02 811 5666 or email


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