What's On (Abu Dhabi) - - MOST OPULENT DISHES -

01. Bord Eau’s wagyu

The French res­tau­rant has a stock­yard wagyu 220g beef ten­der­loin that costs al­most Dhs800. The rea­son be­hind this hefty price tag? The cat­tle are on a diet ex­clu­sively de­signed and man­aged by a nu­tri­tion­ist. Re­ally.

Shangri-La Ho­tel Qaryat Al Beri, Khor Al Maqta, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi, Sun to Mon 6.30pm to 11.30pm, Dhs785. Tel: (02) 5098511. Taxi: Shangri-La Ho­tel Qaryat Al Beri.

02. The Forge’s tom­a­hawk

The Aus­tralian wagyu tom­a­hawk at The Forge is served with two sides of your choice. Wagyu beef is pricier be­cause cat­tle are fed grain (rather than a diet of grass which is cheaper) for 300 to 500 days to in­crease in­tra­mus­cu­lar fat. You can add a lob­ster tail for Dhs70.

Ritz-Carl­ton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal, Abu Dhabi, daily 7pm to 11pm, Dhs865. Tel: (02) 8188282. Taxi: Ritz-Carl­ton. ritzcarl­

03. La Pe­tite Mai­son’s Black­more

Car­ni­vores with dirhams to burn should head to this fin­ing din­ing out­let for their David Black­more wagyu beef sir­loin. Black­more is an award­win­ning pro­ducer of 100 per cent full­blood wagyu beef and their cat­tle are not di­luted with any other breed. They vary from other wagyu brands as they breed, feed and mar­ket all of their own an­i­mals. The Grade 9 refers to the high­est grad­ing of mar­bling (un­sat­u­rated fat in the flesh).

The Gal­le­ria, Al Maryah Is­land, Abu Dhabi, daily 12pm to 11pm, Dhs1,155. Tel: (02) 6929600. Taxi: Gal­le­ria. lpm­lon­

04. Cipri­ani’s wagyu

At the Ital­ian out­let, there’s a Grade 5 wagyu beef fil­let on the menu that costs more than Dhs400. The res­tau­rant claims you’ll see more web­bing of fat and a “creamier mouth- feel in each bite” in this rich and dense pre­mium steak cut.

Yas Ma­rina, Yas Is­land, Abu Dhabi, daily 6pm to mid­night, Dhs420. Tel: (02) 6575400. Taxi: Yas Ma­rina. cipri­




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