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Palace Old Town Hotel, Dubai - Dining Options

When you want to dine or take in some refreshment at the Palace Old Town Hotel, you have seven options, representing real variety.

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Palace The Old Town Dubai Dining

At Al Bayt, you’ll be able to sip premier beverages, as well as enjoy a traditional English ‘high tea’.

Hailing from Argentina, the cuisine at Asado centres on the open grill in the centre of the restaurant. Try some Argentinean beverages with your steak.

Ewaan is an all-day dining experience, with a truly regional theme, and a true Oriental experience. This mix of Arab and Oriental influences features dishes served from live cooking stations, as well as a buffet.

For the finest Thai delicacies, head for Thiptarag, with its exceptional location facing the Burj. Its name means ‘magic on the water’, and it is something out of this world, in a standalone building right out on the lake. Settle down in the Ewaan lounge tents for some shisha and a tray or two of delicious mezze.

‘Fai’ is the Thai word for fire. The lounge of that name is set within the serenity of the stunning gardens. Sip cocktails in this chic and vibrant meeting place, indoors or out, from 6pm till early morning.

Finally, the Palace Café serves up a fusion of Arabic and international cuisines, indoors or al fresco. A great place for a quick lunch, salads or sandwiches. Or try one of 21 ‘mocktails’.