x Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 21 July 2017

Our daily round-up of things to do in the UAE. Check out Korea Art Month at Art Hub and attend a seminar by the childcare expert Rachel Waddilove.

Sake No Hana Dubai. Courtesy Sake No Hana Dubai
Sake No Hana Dubai. Courtesy Sake No Hana Dubai

head to Ketchup to try the special six-course tasting menu, the Route 66 Menu, which will take you on a culinary journey of dishes from various cities along the famous American highway, including Los Angeles oysters, Las Vegas Navajo tacos and a Springfield Wellington of wagyu beef. Open 10am-midnight, Dh298 per person, booking essential at 04 363 8595, info@ketchup.ae, www.facebook.com/ketchupDubai

relax in the lounge atmosphere of Sake No Hana Dubai, which hosts a special Sunday evening event that blends authentic Japanese culture with the avant-garde worlds of fashion and art, complete with geishas greeting guests at the door, guest performers, a DJ and signature dishes. From 9pm, Souk Al Bahar Bridge, Downtown Dubai, book at 04 432 7808, reservations@sakenohana.ae

check out the art on display for Korea Art Month at Art Hub. See works by five Korean artists who have taken part in a one-month residency in Abu Dhabi. From 9am-8pm, Saturdays to Wednesdays; 9am-2pm, Thursdays (closed Fridays), Art Hub, Plot 38 MW5, Mussaffah, Abu Dhabi, 02 551 5005, www.adah.ae

attend a seminar with the childcare expert and author Rachel Waddilove, who will discuss Toddler Tantrums and Sleep Solutions. She can also visit your home for a more personalised session of advice at Dh900 for two hours. From 10am-noon, Just Kidding Al Safa store, near Safa Park, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, RSVP essential at info@justkidding-me.com, 04 346 6050

sign the kids up for painting workshops with the professional painter Karine Roche, who offers courses for children ages 8-12. November 11 and 18 or November 25 and December 2, 6-8pm, from Dh180 for members and Dh220 for non-members for two sessions, Lycee Theodore Monod, Abu Dhabi, 02 666 6232, www.timeouttickets.com