Dubai’s leading dining destination is set to celebrate the month-long culinary movement across eight of its restaurants.

9th January, 2024: Atlantis Dubai, which has firmly established itself as one of the most recognised dining destinations in the world, is celebrating Veganuary across two of its iconic resorts, Atlantis, The Palm and Atlantis The Royal. Ever since its inception in 2014, Veganuary has inspired millions of people across the globe to embrace mindful dining habits with a plant-based diet. So, whether it’s kicking off a New Year’s resolution or trying out a new diet, Atlantis Dubai invites guests to enjoy a wide variety of vegan dishes and specially curated à la carte offerings throughout the month of January.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

To go green this January, the one Michelin star Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, will be offering an indulgent vegan menu inspired by Britain’s illustrious gastronomic past. A special three-course vegan menu will be on offer, including innovative dishes such as Truffle with mushroom parfait and grilled bread (c. 1500), Roast cauliflower (c. 1661), and Bohemian cake (c. 1648).

· Date: Until Wednesday 31st January

· Time: 6:00pm – 11:00pm

· Vegan three-course set menu for AED 495 per person (excluding beverages)

·Please note: Children aged 12 and above are welcome at any time and children between the ages of 5 and 11 are welcome for family seating at 6:00pm or 6:30pm

·Location: Atlantis The Royal

La Mar by Gastón Acurio

During January, La Mar by Gastón Acurio, acclaimed chef who has been celebrated for elevating Peruvian cuisine to international acclaim, invites guests to partake in the annual Veganuary movement and savour a delightful plant-based set menu for AED 350 per person. To start, guests can look forward to a delicious range of hot and cold appetisers, including ceviche tomatoes, asparagus tiradito with black truffle and almond leche de tigre as well as Zanahoria a la brasa with baby carrots, followed by grilled cauliflower quinoa and aji Amarillo sauce, for the main event. To finish on a sweet note, guests can indulge in an irresistible pistachio mousse lemon cake with raspberry sorbet.

·Date: Until Wednesday 31st January

·Time: Tuesday – Sunday: 6:00pm – 11:00pm

· Vegan three-course set menu for AED 350 per person (excluding beverages)

·Please note: Children aged 10 and above are welcome at any time and children between the ages of 4 and 10 are welcome for family seating at 6:00pm – 8:30pm

·Location: Atlantis The Royal

Ling Ling

For those who are after a vegan dining experience in a sophisticated setting, look no further than Ling Ling, Dubai’s newest and most stylish dining and nightlife experience. Through its dedicated vegan offerings packed with innovative plant-based contemporary Asian dishes, guests will be spoilt for choice. For appetisers, diners can choose from an array of hot dishes, dim sum, salads, temaki as well as king oyster mushroom and asparagus skewer cooked on a traditional robata grill. With a choice of three vegan main dishes, such as Truffle XO hand cut noodle with hon shimeji, okra and eggplant; Singaporean vegetable fried rice with curry, crispy rice cracker, and coal roasted cauliflower with green curry and crispy shallot, diners can enjoy a range of exotic flavours.

·Date: Throughout the year as part of the à la carte menu  

·Time: 6:00pm – 1:00am

·À la carte menu available and dishes starting from AED 45

·Please note: Family Seating is from 6:00pm – 8:30pm. Only 21 years and above are welcome from 8:30pm onwards

·Location: Atlantis The Royal

Jaleo by José Andrés

Dubai’s favourite Spanish restaurant, Jaleo by José Andrés, has curated a delectable plant-based à la carte menu with a Spanish twist in celebration of Veganuary. Diners will be able to enjoy a range of vegan dishes, including the hearty chilled Spanish soup with marcona almonds, sherry, vinegar and extra virgin olive oil, moreish Canary-island style wrinkled potatoes with mojo verde sauce, and crispy Fried padron peppers with José’s much-loved potato chips.

·Date: Until Wednesday 31st January

·Time: 6:00pm – 11:00pm

·À la carte menu available and vegan dishes starting from AED 60

·Please note: Children of all ages are welcome

·Location: Atlantis The Royal


Gastronomy, Atlantis The Royal’s gourmet dining hall, is sure to entice Veganuary diners with a lavish dinner spread which includes an extensive array of plant-based dishes. From beloved Western classics to exotic Southeast Asian delicacies and mouthwatering Arabic fare, Gastronomy is catering to diverse palates this Veganuary.  The gourmet dining hall has upped its vegan game with a host of additions across its multiple counters serving international delights. While the grill serves up vegan wellington, beetroot steak, and corn chowder, ‘Seven Seas’, the seafood section offers flavourful soy-based ‘zalmon’ nigiri and ‘no-tuna’ spicy tuna rolls, which are amazing substitutes for their seafood-based counterparts. The Veganuary dinner service will tanatilise taste buds with tongue-tingling dishes such as noodles with vegan broths and plant-based proteins, vegan dim sum, plant-based Indian samosa, and vegan pizza that leave one craving for more.

·Date: Until Wednesday 31st January

·Time: Daily, 6:00pm – 10:30pm

·Price: AED 325 per adult including alcoholic and soft beverages, AED 162.50 per child aged 4-12 years, and complimentary for children aged 3 years and below

·Please note: Children of all ages are welcome

·Location: Atlantis The Royal

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, Dubai’s leading British restaurant will be celebrating Veganuary with a special vegan à la carte menu featuring go-to orders made even more nutritious and just as delicious. The celebrated vegan wellington, wholesome BSK poke bowl, and the creamy rigatoni are some of the flavour-packed Veganuary specials served at Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in January.

· Date: Until Wednesday 31st January

·Time: Lunch service: 12:00pm – 5:00pm | Dinner service: 5:00pm – 11:00pm

· À la carte menu available and vegan dishes starting from AED 90

·Please note: Children of all ages are welcome

·Location: Atlantis, The Palm

En Fuego

This January, En Fuego, the city’s South American hotspot, is offering a tantalising array of plant-based dishes. Inspired by the vibrant culinary heritage of South America, the vegan specialities capture the essence of the continent’s authentic flavours while bringing out the goodness of plant-based ingredients. En Fuego will be serving up delectable dishes such as heirloom tomato ceviche, charcoal grilled mushroom, and pineapple carpaccio.

·Time: Monday – Thursday, 5:00pm – 1:00am | Friday, 5:00pm – 2:00am | Saturday, 12:00pm – 6:00pm | 7:00pm – 2:00am | Sunday, 12:00pm – 1:00am

·À la carte menu available and dishes starting from AED 60

·Please note: Sunday – Wednesday: All ages are welcome | Thursday – Friday: 5:00pm – 8:30pm, Family Seating | 8:30pm onwards, 21+ years | Saturdays, 21+ years

·Location: Atlantis, The Palm


Dubai’s hottest beachfront destination, which is also known for its fresh and vibrant Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, is treating diners to a vegan feast with dishes made totally plant-based and as delicious as ever. The special à la carte menu comes with wholesome dishes, including puy lentil avocado salad, roasted cauliflower, and pineapple carpaccio.

·Time: Beach: Daily, 10:00am – 8:00pm | Restaurant: Sunday – Friday, 12:00pm – 8:00pm | Saturday, 12:00pm – 12:00am

·À la carte menu available and vegan dishes starting from AED 55

·Please note: Beach: 21 years and above | Restaurant: 12:00pm – 8:00pm – 21 years and above | 8:00pm onwards – Only 13 years and above

·Location: Atlantis, The Palm

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