Restaurant Review: Agadir, The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa

The exotic stamp of Morocco is evoked across the restaurant
ByNazia KhanMonday , 07 May 2012
You'll be impressed by the attention to authenticity at Agadir
You'll be impressed by the attention to authenticity at Agadir
Sample the tastes of Berber, Essaouira, Casablanca and Al Rif
Sample the tastes of Berber, Essaouira, Casablanca and Al Rif
You'll be impressed by the attention to authenticity at Agadir
Sample the tastes of Berber, Essaouira, Casablanca and Al Rif

Agadir
Location:
The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa, Sas Al Nakhl, Abu Dhabi
Tel: 02 616 9999
Web: www.westinabudhabigolfresort.com
Dress code: Smart-casual
Cuisine: Moroccan
Times: 7pm to midnight, Sunday to Thursday;1pm to 3.30pm, Friday to Saturday
Price Range: $$$

You’ve got to be impressed by the attention to authenticity at Agadir. The exotic stamp of Morocco is evoked across the restaurant – from the staff in fez hats to the decor, including special screens and candles to chef Hakim, who makes the tastes of the region come alive.

Be aware that the menu at Agadir is extensive and can be a little difficult to choose from because of the sheer variety. We recommend digging into the amuse bouche with the delish Moroccan bread batbout, trying out the Bissara coup, sampling the Briouates (yummy assorted mini filo pastries stuffed with seafood, kofta, cheese and spinach) and getting acquainted with the powerhouse tagines. Also, you can always get restaurant manager El Habib’s expert advice on what to order. 

Apart from its a la carte offerings, Agadir (named after the fishing port on the south west coast of Morocco) also has set menus themed by region – Berber, Essaouira, Casablanca and Al Rif. Ranging from Dhs190 to Dhs220, these are great to try if you’re in a large group. You can also make Agadir’s menu your own by joining the restaurant’s Moroccan cooking classes.

On the Menu

APPETISERS
Harira Marrakchia soup, Dhs40
Salades marocaines, Dhs55

MAINS
Tagine samak souri, Dhs130
Mechoui um al robian, Dhs220

DESSERTS
Pastilla bil habib, Dhs45
Ras el hanout tajine, Dhs50

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