This Place In Dubai Is Serving A Delicious 22-Karat Limited Edition Duck Ahead Of The Golden Week

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by Yogita Chainani
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Dubai is known for opulence, grandeur and everything luxury! Right from the majestic stay options to luxurious food options, the Emirate never fails to surprise us. With time, Dubai has upped its dining scene and how! And now to up the dining scene, even more, fine-dining Chinese restaurant Hakkasan Dubai, in Atlantis, The Palm has announced something expensive and delicious. Yep, you read that right.

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You Can Enjoy The Limited-Edition Golden Dish Until October 25 

Hakkasan Dubai has announced that it will be serving a 22-karat gold-coated duck to its guests to celebrate China’s Golden Week. Golden Week is celebrated in China to observe the formation of the People’s Republic of China. It’s usually celebrated in October. And to join hands in the celebration, the famous Chinese restaurant in Dubai is offering a
limited-edition edible gold dish until Sunday, October 25. Hungry and excited, already? Here’s everything you must know about this dish.

The Three-Course Meal Will Cost AED 418 Per Person And You Can Upgrade It With Caviar For AED 518

This fancy, rich dish will be served as a part of the three-course menu at the restaurant. It will be bought to the table and will be made before being served. Other dishes include Peking duck with pancakes, crispy duck salad and roasted truffle duck as a main. If you are looking forward to indulging in some gold duck, then we must tell you that the three-course meal will cost AED 418 per person and if you want to add more glam to your food, then you can also go for a caviar upgrade at AED 518 per person.

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If you think that this is the first time something like this is taking place in the UAE, then let us tell you that the Abu Dhabi branch within Emirates Palace serves a gold leaf har gau as part of its supreme dim sum platter, which costs AED 135. In terms of the golden dish, Dubai offers a plethora of shiny and opulent dishes. But a 22-karat-golden duck is a first.

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