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We had a very nice evening. Unfortunately the main course was a bit too little. Three ravioli for AED 190. I find too expensive, compared to the spaghetti calamarata alla pesctore (a heaped plate) for AED 205. For that we would be surprised after the meal with a chocolate cake with Happy Honeymoon. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Annually voted Abu Dhabi’s “Most Romantic” restaurant, BBQ Al Qasr’s seaside gazebos provide the very best seaside and skyline view in the city as you dine al fresco. BBQ Al Qasr affords an elegant, yet casual, dining experience throughout the day, but evening evokes an Arabia of yesteryear as diners savour a lavish meal beneath the stars on the beach.
Few dining experiences are as complementary as divine food grilled to perfection by the sea, and BBQ Al Qasr sources the very best ingredients from around the world to whet the international appetites of our discerning guests. More
High ceilings, chandeliers in deep orange and red Moorish tones combined with dark wood furniture, create an ambiance evocative of the mysterious Levant. Mawal brings that spirit of hospitality to the doorstep of Emirates Palace.
Edible herbs add an earthy dimension to mezzeh favourites while a selection of savoury cheeses and mixed grill meats round out a meal that at once leaves diners feeling light as air and then sated and relaxed. Mawal is a sensational epicurean escape and a celebration of the true essence of Lebanon.More
Designed to recall an airy Bedouin tent, Emirates Palace’s award-winning Emirati restaurant, Mezlai, serves dishes with ingredients derived from the sea, mountains, oases and desert that evoke the region.
A meal in Mezlai is a window into Emirati culture, a warm welcome to the long history of Arabian hospitality and a journey into flavours as old as the sands of time, which taste as fresh and inspired as this city of tomorrow. No stopover in Abu Dhabi is complete without sampling the local flavours and dining as the locals do. More
Peyote restaurant brings the vibrant spirit of modern Mexico to Dubai with its contemporary and refined take on Mexican food. Named after a small cactus native to the Chihuahuan Desert, Peyote stands as Dubai's gateway to modern Mexican culture with its hedonistic, multi-sensory experience from the food, drink, music and unique convivial atmosphere.
The menu, perfectly tailored and curated by Executive Chef, Eduardo Garcia, the acclaimed chef of Maximo Bistrot (one of Latin America's top 50 restaurants) presents refined and unique Mexican food. Beautifully crafted dishes that strike a delicate balance between the contemporary and classic. From the familiar small plates of tacos, tostadas, quesadillas to delicate ceviches and more unusual dishes such as cactus salad, laminado de hamachi and polpo Mexicana. More