Dubai Indian restaurant and Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand winner Aamara presents Opera chocolate tarts. Created by chef Malik Basha, this dessert features chocolate brownie and almond mousse in a tart shell, topped with coffee ice cream and cocoa powder. Desserts will be available July 7.
Pincode of Kunal Kapur has announced the launch of the ‘Sugar Free Chocolate Delight’ dessert for World Chocolate Day. Diners can head to Dubai Hills Mall on July 7 for a sugar-free ‘chocolate’ cake topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Pan-Asian restaurant China Bistro has two chocolate desserts for you to try on this occasion – Sizzling Brownie with scoop of vanilla ice cream, sprinkled with assorted nuts and Hot Chocolate Roll – Delicious cigar roll with a crispy chocolate flavor and a scoop of vanilla ice cream .
Yoko Sizzlers offers chocolate brownies topped with vanilla ice cream and nuts, served on a hot iron plate.
In celebration of World Chocolate Day, Yummy Dosa is offering a promotion. Get 50% off chocolate crepes when you buy any dish or crepe from their menu on Friday 7th July. This offer is valid for one chocolate crepe per table. The product is available in stores in Dubai and Sharjah.
Punjab Grill at Anantara Downtown Dubai and The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal will be giving every table of four a chocolate cake on 7 July.
On World Chocolate Day, Okku, a Japanese restaurant and lounge in the Palm Jumeirah, invites guests to taste their chocolate fudge, made with premium dark and white chocolate, and served with homemade Tahitian vanilla and dark chocolate ice cream. They also have the truffle chocolate sacher cake featuring kumquat marmalade, coffee caramel and truffle ice cream.
Chocolate lovers can indulge in ‘African Powerhouse’ desserts at 3Fils and Brix Desserts – using single origin dark chocolate from Ghana. They can choose to serve a slice or the whole cake to their guests.
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