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If Dubai wasn't enough of a location to draw you in on its own, then consider the glorious meal that await you on your visit. With delicious meals from distant Japan served up daily at the new Sake No Hana restaurant or just some K-Pop Chicken for simpler palletes, Dubai offers up a lucious spread of food that makes your mouth water even from thousands of miles away.
This week, we make a tour of all thatís new in Asia (via Dubai) and with a pit stop in Turkey for Ramadan.
This week, Downtown Dubai continues to be a hive of activity with the continued launch of endless new eating options. Sake No Hana is now open in Souk al Bahar. The fine dining Japanese concept comes to Dubai from its sister venue in Londonís Mayfair, first launched by Alan Yau, the restauranteur that brought us Hakkasan. What Hakkasan is to elevated and suave modern Cantonese dining, Sake No Hana is to Japanese, making it a promising addition to Dubaiís already highly competitive Japanese scene.
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