Connector November 2023

CONNECTOR.AE 14 CONNECTOR.AE 15 Dining Around Out And About The 2023 Formula 1 season kicked off on 3 March and will conclude in grand style in Abu Dhabi. For food, the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023 will showcase an array of globally acclaimed cuisine and extraordinary dining opportunities. During the Grand Prix weekend, there’ll be 15 hospitality options spread throughout the iconic track. Among these is the newly introduced ‘Deck at Two’, a VIP viewing platform at Turn 2, that will feature exclusive menus from Nobu Dubai, estiatorio Milos, and Hakkasan Dubai from Atlantis Dubai. Roka, known for its premium sushi and grilled Japanese cuisine, will debut this year at Club 58. In addition to the exciting newbies, beloved fan favourites are making a comeback for this year’s event. Turns at West, North Straight Hospitality, Deck At Nine with Opa, Luna Lounge featuring Ce La Vi, Turn 1 with Il Borro, Alici and Maya Bay, and Shams Suites with Gohan and Ninive are all set to return by popular demand for 2023. At the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023, on 26 November concert headliner will be the Foo Fighters. On the opening night, Thursday, 23 November, renowned Dutch DJ Tiesto will take the stage, accompanied by pop star Ava Max. Hospitality tickets start from Dhs 1,450, and Grandstand from Dhs 2,425. At present, North Straight Hospitality tickets are available, and they start from Dhs 8,990. There are five options, North, West, Main, Marina, and South. All these tickets offer one-day complimentary access to the Louvre Museum, Qasr Al Watan, and any one theme park of your choice. Select from Ferrari World, Warner Bros. World, Yas Waterworld and SeaWorld. Chase The Speed In The UAE With The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Chase the speed at the 15th edition of the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit. The grand finale of the Formula 1 race is scheduled to take place from 23 to 26 November. Savour The Flavours Of Middle East At These Middle Eastern Restaurants Dubai is renowned as a cultural melting pot, boasting an array of world cuisines, including Pan Asian, Japanese, Korean, Nepalese, Italian, and many others. However, if there’s one culinary experience you shouldn’t miss in Dubai, it’s Middle Eastern cuisine. This cuisine is celebrated for its fragrant spices, sumptuous flavours, and slow-cooked dishes, making it a beloved choice not only in Dubai but also across the GCC region. From delectable kebabs to mouthwatering baklava, doner kebabs, mulukhiyah, and more, Middle Eastern cuisine offers tons of choices that will tantalise your taste buds. If reading about it has already stirred your appetite, Connector has excellent recommendations for you.