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.
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, email@example.com, 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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.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