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Fancy dinner with Gordon Ramsay? Well, here’s how…

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Love a bit of Gordon Ramsay?

Well hey, we’re all guilty of deriving some sort of satisfaction from seeing Ramsay lay into his underlings.

And If you’re lucky, you may be able to catch him doing it in the flesh – as he’s coming to Dubai later this month.

WHY IS HE HERE?

From Thursday October 20 to Friday October 21, Ramsay will be playing host at two dinners at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in Atlantis The Palm.

Over the course of two days, diners will be able to come down and enjoy a special three-course menu from 7pm designed by Ramsay himself.

The celebrity chef will be giving speeches, as well as mingling with the guests throughout dinner.

Who knows? Perhaps he’ll also pop into to the kitchen for some classic Ramsay shouting-action.

The menu includes dishes such as king crab and lobster cocktail for starters, followed by Ramsay’s signature beef Wellington and truffle mash with honey roasted carrots.

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THERE’S A BRUNCH, TOO…

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On Friday afternoon, Bread Street will also be running their popular Family Brunch, which includes children-friendly entertainment, entry to The Lost Chambers Aquarium, and music from a street-style busker.

There’ll also be creative cooking classes, arts and crafts activities and more to keep the little ones entertained.

Bread Street Kitchen at Atlantis The Palm is actually Gordon’s biggest and busiest restaurant globally.

If you’re looking to meet Ramsay when he’s down, you’ll probably want to book fast.

Bread Street Kitchen, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah. Dhs550 for three-course dinner. Family Brunch at Dhs95 for children, Dhs395 for adults. Tel: (04) 4262000. atlantisthepalm.com

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