Abu Dhabi: Chef's Table is back with affordable five star dining
One of our favourite parts of Abu Dhabi Culinary Season…
Some of the city’s top restaurants have signed up for a new round of Chef’s Table.
A central ingredient of Abu Dhabi Culinary Season’s recipe for success, the format sees select capital kitchens assembling limited time three and four-course menus for deliciously accessible prices.
These special cur-eat-ed kitchen talent tours will be available across the emirate until November 27, 2021.
This time around, we’re getting fine-dining gasro-noms from 20 restaurants including Gallic newcomer, Raclette; seafront boho spot, Buddha-Bar Beach; masters of Latin flavour, Coya and Vakava; Parisian flair at LPM and Fouquet’s; there’s innovative Indian cuisine at Punjab Grill and Martabaan; modern Chinese masterpieces at Hakkasan; Levantine treasures at Li Beirut; all the Japanese umami from the kitchens of Tori No Su and Niri; a healthy dollop of Italian swagger via Sole; and more.
You can find a full list of participating eateries on the abudhabiculinary.ae website. Prices range from Dhs255 to Dhs420.
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Compliments to the chefs
Stand out menu dishes available during this foodie fiesta include the butter-garlic wonderland of Fouquet’s burgundy snails; theatrically presented stir-fry wild prawns at Hakkasan; the gooey fondant thrills of Li Beirut’s cheese kunafa; a royal and rich dal makhani at Martabaan; and special seekh tacos at Moksh.
You’ll find Raclette’s crudo classic beef tartare on their menu; one of Buddha Bar’s curated plates is limeno ceviche; Catch, is splicing sugar, spice and all things nice through their kumquat chicken main; Coya is serving up signature platter; and Cyan Brasserie is making French autumnal staple, duck leg confit available on their menu.
Try Niri’s sesame soya beef; Punjab Grill’s kolhapuri mutton rassa; Sayad’s incredible sundried tomato ravioli; Sole’s beeting salmon; Terra Secca’s tiramisu; a connoisseur’s collection of sushi and sashimi at Tori No Su; smoked guacamole at VaKaVa; and a luxe little eggplant parmigiana at Villa Toscana.