Two Abu Dhabi restaurants close down

Yas Island’s Café D’Alsace and Rozanah have called it a day

Lebanese restaurant Rozanah and French-inspired eatery Café D’Alsace have closed their doors.

The two adjoined outlets were based in Yas Marina, where diners could enjoy views over the yachts and blue water, right next to the legendary F1 circuit.

Rozanah was a casual Lebanese joint, open all day and suitable for families.

We were fans of Café D’Alsace, which did some super German breads and had a top menu full of daytime bites.

Although there has been no official comment on the closures, we have been reassured that new outlets will be opening in their place very soon.

Keep an eye on www.timeoutabudhabi.com, where we’ll be giving you more information as it is announced.

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