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Feasting at Century Village in the Dream Destination of Dubai

Set within the peaceful quarters of a theme park like compound, far away from the bustle of Dubai city lays the food lover’s haven that is Century Village. Home to a wide range of restaurants offering cuisines as diverse as Dubai’s multicultural population, guests can sink their teeth into Arabian, Japanese, Mediterranean, French, Portuguese, Italian, British and Persian delicacies at this restaurant complex like no other. Housing eleven restaurants/food vendors in all, the eateries situated within Century Village include St Tropez, Masala Craft, Chinawhite, The Sapphire, La Vigna, Sarband, Suhi Sushi, Da Gama, Costa Coffee, Mazaj, and The Plaice. Dining options are available in the causal setting of a kiosk, formal, al fresco or indoor and outdoor venues with each restaurant providing an ambience unique to its own identity.

Those with a hankering for Chinese food should head down to ChinaWhite which is renowned for its dumplings, Chow Mein and sweet pineapple duck dishes while the sour lemon chicken and spring rolls are also staple favourites. Indian food lovers on the other hand will find delectable treats at Masala Craft where mouth-watering Takatak Tava Tandoor and a host of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies are on offer.

If its pizzas, pastas, grilled meats and risottos one’s after, then there’s no better place that La Vigna where aromatic seafood specialties, fine wines and other Italian fare are served in a quaint, rustic setting complete with brick and wooden interiors.  Authentic Lebanese favourites in the likes of hummus, tabouleh and moutabbel are found at the Masaj where guests can also smoke a sheesha and unwind with their dining companions. Portuguese, and seafood delights such as Fish Peri Peri and Prawn Kebabs are available at Da Gama which also serves spicy Mexican cuisine.

Persian food fans will not be disappointed at Saraband while St. Tropez provides fine French cuisine, wines and bubbly in an intimate atmosphere.  Sushi lovers are welcome to sample the delectable goodies at Suhi Sushi where authentic Japanese delights are the order of the day. No matter what the pallet desires, Century Village is bound to satisfy even the pickiest eaters, as it is guarantees a unique dining experience where one is truly spoilt for choice.

Travellers who are looking for a Dubai hotel in the heart of the city centre will be more than happy with the Copthorne Hotel Dubai. A mere 10 minutes away from the Dubai International Airport, it is also one of the most conveniently located venues in the vicinity.

Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry.
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