There is plenty of (sophisticated) fun to be had, however, with five unique dining destinations all with distinct character.
Brasserie du Park provides a touch of fancy, French flair, catering to the palette of the well-travelled (to every corner of the food court at least).
The Normandy-inspired restaurant provides wholesome dishes with French flavours that are simple yet authentic.
Conceptually modelled on the quaint town of Deauville, Brasserie du Park’s al fresco seating is reflective of the seaside town itself and also provides an opportunity to sample some cracking views.
NOÉPE has a laid-back nautical vibe with a light, breezy atmosphere. The licensed New England restaurant has a menu ideal for sharing, as well as home-made lemonade, iced tea and a selection of bubbly, hops and grape.
The ultimate bar for grown-ups, seventyseventy, offers a refined space, modelled on the sleek designs of the early ’70s.
Signature mixed drinks are artfully whipped up by experienced mixologists against a backdrop of iconic music from this memorable era - and we’re always down for a bit of Night Fever.
Three brand-new venues, as well as the well-seasoned offerings of The Thai Kitchen and famous, award-winning Traiteur Brunch, come together seamlessly to create a dining destination unlike any other in the city.
With panoramic views, a beautiful ambiance and top-notch food, we’ll be having a dally down The Promenade sooner rather than later.
Opening Feb. The Promenade, Park Hyatt Dubai, Dubai Creek Club Street (04 602 1814).