Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai - Dining Options
The dining options at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai are many and varied. And delicious.
There’s the Michelin-starred creations of chef/patron Vineet Bhatria, and his modern Indian cuisine at Indego.
The Embassy, Dubai offers the city’s first international and exclusive late night supper club.
Toro Toro is all about the pan-Latin eating experience, as well as an equally unique Cahaca bar.
The Siddharta Lounge by Bhudda Bar is an infusion of Mediterranean and Asian flavours, blended with futuristic sounds.
Michelin-starred celebrity chef Gary Rhodes is the name and talent behind both Rhodes Mezzanine and also Rhodes in Residence. The latter serves the very first Michelin-starred traditional English afternoon tea.
Sloane’s is pretty special too: it has a ‘a la minute’ menu which means food that is made fresh on the spot, different every day.
For something a little more rich, mystical and steeped in the Ottoman tradition, the aptly-named Ottoman’s mixes influences from the old Turkish tradition with the rich flavours of the Mediterranean.
The Gallery is a bar with a discreet Colonial feel, whilst ‘Leaves’ offers the most English of tea traditions, in a quiet library atmosphere.
For a buzzing café in the centre of the shopping court, the Deli is the place to go, whilst ‘The Lobby’ has a more cosmopolitan atmosphere, and drinks to match.
If health and well-being is your thing, the Retreat Health and Pool Bar offers rejuvenating and guilt-free juices, sports drinks and low-calories snacks.