Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week: Finz

You can enjoy a fine dining feast for Dhs199

Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week: Finz

We know that going out to restaurants is one of the main hobbies of everyone here in Abu Dhabi.

A big reason for that is due to the sheer number of incredible places to eat in the capital.

Well, the dining scene just got that little bit more exciting thanks to the introduction of Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week powered by Time Out Abu Dhabi.

It’s part of Abu Dhabi Food Festival, one of the capital’s most popular annual events.

Between December 6 and 15, some of the city’s finest eateries will be offering special set menus, giving foodies the chance to sample some of the best food around for either Dhs99, Dhs149 or Dhs199.

You can find the menu of every single restaurant taking part at our dedicated section here.

The bumper list of capital favourites includes the ever-popular Finz at Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi.

This fine-dining restaurant is home to an outdoor terrace which juts out over the clear waters of the Gulf. For Restaurant Week, this classy establishment is offering set menu of beautifully crafted seafood for Dhs199.

Highlights include the lobster and crab bisque, fillet of turbot and blackberry cheesecake.

First course

Raw, marinated tuna with passion fruit and olive oil
Chilled shrimp, avocado and mango
Lobster and crab bisque

Second course

Fillet of turbot with clams, white grape and spinach
Organic salmon with black olives, lemon and leeks
Tenderloin steak with grilled asparagus and truffle jus

Third course
Chocolate and raspberry cake
Blackberry cheesecake
Lemon sabayon

Dhs199. Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi, Al Zahiyah (02 697 9011).

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