The Ivy Launches its New Menu and Jazz Lounge

The British brasserie impresses with international dishes and live music
Monday , 03 September 2012
The Ivy Launches its New Menu and Jazz Lounge
The Ivy is the place to be!

The Ivy’s new menu is a mouth-watering mix of British favourites and dishes inspired by the cuisine of Japan and Portugal. For appetisers there’s a velvety smooth cauliflower soup with a savoury blue cheese scone and the indulgent foie gras on an apple galette with infused cherries. These are flavour combinations made in heaven by The Ivy’s very talented Head Chef Ben Tobit. Steering away from the British theme, look out for the beef tataki with ponzu and garlic crisp and the piri-piri tiger prawns.

New mains on the menu include the melt-in-your-mouth rack and shoulder of Welsh lamb with roasted root veggies and the roast monkfish with lobster potatoes and mussels. In terms of dessert, the piece de resistance is the chocolate crackle bombe – with the salted toffee and popping candy it’s literally a party in your mouth! Adding to the party is the launch of The Ivy’s Jazz lounge in association with music hub, The Fridge Dubai. From Tuesday 4 September The Ivy will showcase international jazz musicians on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights as well as Friday brunch.

INFO: The Ivy, The Boulevard, Emirates Towers, 04 319 8767,

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