Jigsaw at the Mövenpick Hotel Deira has special offers for the month of May. As its name suggests, the dishes at Jigsaw work well solo, yet each one is offered in complement to the contemporary lean on the traditional buffet-station line up. At Jigsaw’s nightly dinner selection, many dishes are served in array of one-serving pots and pans.
Every evening from 6.30 to 11pm.
• Jigsaw’s Dinner Buffet, with soft drinks at AED 120 per person
• Jigsaw’s Dine and Vine Deal, including house beverages at AED 150 per person
• Jigsaw’s Bubbles and Bite Buffet, includes a glass of sparkling wine and house beverages at AED 180 per person
Jigsaw’s Curry Tuesday
Jigsaw’s culinary team piece together oriental herbs and spices plucked from South Asia and the Far East, weekly at Jigsaw’s Curry Tuesday.
Jigsaw’s culinary spotlight shines on Mexico every Wednesday night when the buffet line up spans spicy quesadillas, nachos, fajitas and more, including a fruity Margarita selection.
Jigsaw’s Weekend Grills
The weekend grill at Jigsaw includes the market-best meat, fish and vegetables - marinated or au natural, and served with a pasta and salad, every Thursday through Saturday evening.
Wok-In Restaurant Mövenpick Hotel Deira
The Wok-In Bar and Restaurant at the Mövenpick Hotel Deira offer a multi-faceted dining and entertainment experience that is capable of transitioning through the day, into night. With the influence of Asia at its core, the Wok-In restaurant menu encourages the use of live cooking from the outlet’s central station, as well as a selection of dishes prepared kitchen-side.
Lunch munch at Wok in
AED 75 buys a Wok In Lunch Box, a three-course pick of the menu - including soft drinks, tea or coffee, every weekday from noon to 3pm.
Wok a deal!
Wok In’s Chow Down Deal packages together a starter, main course a five selected house drinks for just AED 150 per person, at lunch or dinner
*Promotion is effective as of May 1, 2011
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