The Crossing, a new fine dining Indian restaurant located in The H Hotel, is set to participate in Dubai’s Big Eid Eat Festival, taking place as part of Dubai Summer Surprises from July 9 – 12, 2022.
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The Crossing has designed a three-course special menu for the four-day festival priced at AED 249. Diners visiting the restaurant can also look forward to taking home a lovely Eid Hamper featuring a mix of the restaurant’s signature spices and condiments, specially curated by Chef Ankur Chakraborty.
Guests can also enjoy a delicious slow-cooked short rib as part of the Special Menu or individually from the a la carte menu. Kids below the age of six dine complimentarily.
In addition, The Crossing will donate all proceeds collected from the 2nd day of the festival (July 11, 2022) exclusively to Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives. The proceeds will be used by the UAE-based global philanthropic organization towards providing children and youth in developing countries with access to quality education.
Abdulla Ahmed Alshehhi, Chief Operating Officer at Dubai Cares, said: “Education has the power to transform lives. Through the right learning opportunities, we can ensure that children in unfortunate circumstances can still access their right to education and realize their full potential for the betterment of their own future. We are thankful to The Crossing for their collaboration this Eid that will support our efforts towards delivering quality education to children and youth who most need our assistance.”
“Diners will be able to enjoy an irresistible and lavish menu with family and friends this Eid. We want to make it extra special by offering some of our secret signature spice blends with our guests,” said Chef Ankur Chakraborty, Managing Partner, The Crossing. “Eid is all about sharing and giving back to the community. We welcome our diners to join us in the true spirit of Eid as we donate the entire proceeds from the second day of the festival, July 11, 2022, to Dubai Cares to support the education of underprivileged children and youth.”