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New friend­ship themed in­dian restau­rant opens in al seef

Lo­cated in Al Seef wa­ter­front her­itage zone, re­cently opened venue Mi­tra is the largest In­dian li­censed float­ing restau­rant cov­er­ing 6,000 Sq. ft. over two lev­els of­fer­ing in­door and out­door seat­ing op­tions.

Ac­cord­ing to Shivam Goyal and Shipra Khu­rana, co-founders of the restau­rant, Mi­tra, which means friend­ship in Hindi, en­deav­ours to bring friends to­gether to en­joy an a stim­u­lat­ing culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ence.

“Mi­tra prom­ises to of­fer an ar­ray of in­tri­cately pre­pared In­dian dishes us­ing a per­fect mix of spices that will trans­form ev­ery diner’s ex­pe­ri­ence into an un­for­get­table one. It is a unique din­ing con­cept that elu­ci­dates the rich palate of Pan-in­dian and Mid­dle East­ern cui­sine, pro­vid­ing a unique, di­verse and in­ter­na­tional ex­pe­ri­ence,” Goyal said.

The menu in­cludes dishes like the chicken kulfi, which is an in­spi­ra­tion from the tra­di­tional In­dian frozen dessert, how­ever this is a salted and hot ver­sion con­trast­ing its cold and sweet coun­ter­part. Also on the menu is the dal bomb­shell makhani, a dif­fer­ent take on a reg­u­lar favourite.

fresh from the sea to your ta­ble at the fish house

A new seafood restau­rant has joined the city’s din­ing scene as The Fish House opened doors to cus­tomers at the In­ter­con­ti­nen­tal Ho­tel, Dubai Fes­ti­val City.

In­spired by lo­cal her­itage and sourc­ing fresh pro­duce, The Fish House prides it­self on de­liv­er­ing an au­then­tic din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, ac­com­pa­nied by a so­cial and warm at­mos­phere.

“The cen­tre-piece of The Fish House ex­pe­ri­ence is our sig­na­ture raw bar which houses our char­coal and wood grill, al­low­ing our team to pre­pare your meal right at the heart of the venue. In ad­di­tion, our hero The new out­let will open on Tues­day 6 March as the two-storey venue un­der­goes a com­plete re­vamp to re­flect Asia de Cuba’s per­son­al­ity, with be­spoke wall­pa­per, fur­nish­ings and dé­cor.

“We’ve had a great four years with China Grill, but we like to mix things up and now is the time for a lit­tle shake-up,” Tolga Lacin, gen­eral man­ager, The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Re­sort and Ma­rina said.

“We share a great work­ing re­la­tion­ship with the team at China Grill Man­age­ment so when they pre­sented us with the op­por­tu­nity to take on Asia de Cuba, we couldn’t miss it! Fish House Tower dishes are what sets us apart, show­cas­ing an im­pres­sive as­sort­ment of premium fresh del­i­ca­cies of the ocean. We cher­ish the food, the the­atre and the at­mos­phere,” Ben Ni­cholas, restau­rant gen­eral man­ager, The Fish House said.

The cold bar houses the catch of the day on ice, en­abling din­ers to in­ter­act with the chef whilst choos­ing how they would like to cus­tomise through cook­ing style, side and sauce. Op­tions in­clude deep fried, pan fried, poached, oven baked, breaded and bar­be­cued, of­fer­ing some­thing for ev­ery­one.

asia de Cuba to re­place China Grill

Asia de Cuba is the per­fect ad­di­tion to our al­ready im­pres­sive F&B fam­ily and we’re re­ally ex­cited for the big re­veal,” he added.

The shar­ing style menu, cre­ated by Cuban-born Ex­ec­u­tive Chef, Luis Pous is a fu­sion of Latin and Asian cuisines.

Asia de Cuba sig­na­ture dishes like tu­napica tartare with crispy won­tons will be on of­fer as well as Span­ish olives, toasted co­conut and av­o­cado ce­viche, ropa vieja spring rolls with braised beef short rib, ro­coto sweet & sour sauce, shrimp chur­ros with se­same and co­conut curry; roasted peking duck with chili herb salad, tor­tillas and hoisin.

New Ja­panese restau­rant opens in shangri-la ho­tel

Bring­ing the streets of Ja­pan to Dubai, ONI Ja­panese Restau­rant, Lounge and Sake Bar of­fi­cially opened last month.

The new venue has been launched by Chef Mo­ham­mad Is­lam who aims to bring au­then­tic Ja­panese food to Dubai din­ers by sourc­ing his in­gre­di­ents from Hokkaido, Ja­pan’s ‘hako­date asaichi’ or morn­ing mar­ket.

a taste of texas in la mer

Texas Road­house opens a beach­front lo­ca­tion for meat lovers.

Com­bin­ing au­then­tic bar­be­cue tech­niques with fresh in­gre­di­ents and a se­lec­tion of cuts, this all-day din­ing des­ti­na­tion of­fers a steak­house-style menu with a South­ern flair.

The menu of­fers ribs, steak ke­bab, beef brisket, fried pick­les, mashed pota­toes, freshly made sal­ads and combo ap­pe­tis­ers – all made-to-or­der by Chef Bran­don Everett and his team.

The in­te­rior of the venue is de­signed to cre­ate a Texan neigh­bour­hood am­biance with wooden floors and ta­bles and cacti hang­ings com­plete from coun­try mu­sic to the staff line danc­ing rou­tines ev­ery hour.

The idea be­hind the new din­ing con­cept is to cre­ate au­then­tic, var­ied dishes mixed with a laid-back vibe.

“ONI is more than just qual­ity food. It is culi­nary cre­ativ­ity at its best, straight from fresh in­gre­di­ents to an at­trac­tively plated dish,”chef Is­lam said.

“ONI is about cre­at­ing a din­ing at­mos­phere Set to open on March 4 2018, the tikithemed restau­rant group will be wel­com­ing guests this month to their new venue in Jumeirah.

Stay­ing true to its iden­tity, the new Trader Vic’s JBR, lo­cated in Hil­ton Dubai Jumeirah will fea­ture tiki-themed in­te­ri­ors with ca­noes from the Tai­wanese Or­chid Is­land hang­ing from the ceil­ing, tribal masks from Pa­pua New Guinea on the walls, fish­ing net orbs from Ja­pan on the ta­bles and an orig­i­nal paint­ing by Trader Vic him­self placed be­hind the bar.

“Trader Vic’s is a world-fa­mous restau­rant brand and it’s a plea­sure to part­ner with them again – this is my sec­ond that is com­fort­able and un­for­get­table. It is an ode to street-style del­i­ca­cies from Ja­pan and its star fla­vors and styles, while it cel­e­brates con­nec­tions and unity.”

Guests din­ing at ONI will be able to en­joy a range of Ja­panese spe­cial­ties like sushi, sashimi and ni­giri along with au­then­tic grills.

a New tiki bar spot in Jumeirah

time open­ing a Trader Vic’s branch in a Hil­ton ho­tel,” An­dreas Searty, clus­ter gen­eral man­ager at Hil­ton Dubai Jumeirah said.

“This new venue will be a fan­tas­tic ad­di­tion to the food and bev­er­age out­lets that we op­er­ate at Hil­ton Dubai Jumeirah, and we ex­pect it to be very pop­u­lar with our ho­tel guests and the lo­cal JBR com­mu­nity. I’m look­ing for­ward to see­ing it open,” he added.

The restau­rant will fea­ture semipri­vate booths by the win­dows, a raised cen­tre area and a dance floor in front of the stage while din­ers seated on the out­door ter­race can en­joy views of the Ara­bian Gulf and The Palm Jumeirah.

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