New Menu at Kitchen 45

Burrata cheese, confit smoked salmon fillet and pear and chestnut tarte are among the posh entries
Friday , 18 May 2012
New Menu at Kitchen 45
Kitchen 45

Kitchen 45, Embassy Dubai’s eatery at Grosvenor House’s Tower Two, has launched a posh new European menu, inspired by flavours of the Mediterranean and Provence. The menu reflects the colours of the region, with dishes such as braised oxtail cannelloni or foie gras terrine with dried fruits and nuts. And it’s equally exciting for vegetarians with burrata cheese, caramelised plum and artichoke salad or chilled pistou (French fresh vegetable) soup, to whet meat-dodgers’ taste buds. Guests can also indulge in a great selection of new mains, including pan-fried wild turbot with a chickpea purée, bresaola, artichoke barigoule, confit smoked salmon fillet and steamed oysters with lemongrass or beef Wellington. Desserts are equally tempting. The orange and date millefeuille and the pear and chestnut tarte are sure to become firm favourites – we’re loosening our belts as we speak. As well as the a la carte menu, visitors can indulge at Embassy Dubai’s sophisticated Crudo Bar (Crudo originating from the word raw in Italian), which serves an array of raw, marinated and smoked seafood, including tuna, lobster, salmon and crab. Guests can also enjoy fresh oysters and an exquisite selection of caviar from the Caspian Sea, served with traditional blinis and condiments.

INFO: Open Monday to Friday, Kitchen 45 from 7.30pm to midnight (1am on weekends), Lounge 44 from 6pm to 2am (3am on weekends) and Club 43 from 11.30pm to 2am (3am on weekends), Embassy Dubai, Grosvenor House, Tower Two, 04 317 6000,

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