In the shadow of the Burj Khalifa, the culinary concept brings Parisian chic to a luxury home-inspired dinner destination
It’s unlikely that you won’t find a spot to suit your mood at The Restaurant because the venue has it all. Tables abound in the kitchen, the lounges are plush, take a break in the living rooms, pause for reflection in the library, or lighten up in the music and games room; there’s even a private dining room for four held secret behind one of the book cases, if you wish to remain unseen. And of course the terraces –a variety of seating options present themselves here as well – behold views of Dubai’s most imposing and majestic structure that can’t be beat.
Echoing a 1920s bourgeois Parisian chic, The Restaurant offers an experience that it refers to as ‘eat what you want when you want’. The statement doesn’t do justice to the venue or the menu, both of which are stock with options. The menu itself traverses the globe and is prepared to match business travellers perfectly. If you’re travelling from afar and the Sun is setting at an hour when it usually should be up, The Restaurant won’t let you down: Eggs Benedict, and other options, are served all day. For options that work well later, the dinner menu is choc-a-bloc with options that include among the tenderest cuts of Wagyu Sirloin – our recommendation – in Dubai, all the way to Chicken Makhani Risotto that you can’t get enough of. Before it all however, missing the Burrata would best be described as a mistake.
Presentation that offers a touch of class, a delectable array of items on the menu, and a venue you’ll find hard to get enough of you’ll definitely visit the Restaurant at least once. But why wouldn’t you again?