Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week: Shang Palace

This Asian favourite is serving up a three-course feast for Dhs149

Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week: Shang Palace

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 gorgeous Shang Palace at Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri.

The plush hotel's signature restaurant oozes elegance and you can be sure of a delicious Asian feast at this excellent eatery.

For Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week, you can enjoy a sumptuous three-course feast for Dhs149, choosing one dish from the options below.

First course

“Ha Gow” asparagus prawn dumplings
Crispy Cantonese chicken, chili vinegar sauce
Sichuan hot & sour seafood soup

Second course

Stir-fried tiger prawn, green asparagus, edible lily, xo sauce
Stir-fried duck breast, mushroom, soya bean sauce                                                                                             
Wok - fried four seasons vegetables, special sauce
Shanghai stir-fried noodles, bok choy, onions, beef

Dessert

Fresh mango & herb jelly in cocoa milk, sago

Dhs149. Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri (02 509 8555).

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