From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011
Boasting a gently lit, waterside location in the calm surroundings of the One&Only Royal Mirage, this international eatery sets expectations high upon sight. If you're after a child-free affair, this is the place to come for a wine-and-dine romantic night out, but only if you’re not overly fussed about the food. Or the price. The bread basket, very much an international affair, is the highlight. A stack of prawn crackers, fresh breads and a sort of herb-filled croissant, will enchant the tastebuds over a starter of shredded chicken wrapped in rice paper, fails to live up to expectations. Main courses can be a touch drab, with a small, dry sponge masquerading as an almost tasty Australian beef tenderloin, and a sweet but flavourless glaze letting down what would have otherwise been a succulent, delicately-seasoned grilled chicken breast. Eauzone gets back on track with its desserts, the double chocolate tart, a deliciously rich treat is accompanied by a white chocolate sorbet and a caramel chocolate sauce – possibly the best dessert in Dubai.