Fine dining at The Park Hyatt 6 Reviews
New Year’s Eve
The Terrace Piazza, overlooking the Dubai Creek, will offer sumptuous live cooking stations along with spectacular live entertainment. The lavish New Year’s Eve buffet includes authentic favourites, an extensive raw bar, a barbeque station, and a carving station, that are sure to delight.
The extravagant dessert assortments include chocolate fountains and crepe stations. Offering views of the magnificent Dubai skyline and Burj Khalifa fireworks, the party atmosphere is sure to continue until the early morning hours. Dhs1,395 per person, including free-flowing premium beverages Timings: 8pm-2am 31 December 2013
The Terrace’s caviar and bubbly promotion
The raw bar offers a selection of organically farmed Imperial caviar. From Dhs650 per 30g Timings: 6pm-1.30am (Friday, Saturday)
The Terrace’s barbecue
Unwind with a hearty selection of barbecue dishes, alongside salads, cheese and charcuterie. Dhs220 (soft drinks), Dhs295 (grape and hops), Children aged between 6-12 years are charged Dhs110 Timings: 12.30pm-4pm (Saturday)
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011
There are many restaurants in Dubai that serve up fantastic views, and The Terrace at Park Hyatt is one of them. With Thai Kitchen and Traiteur right next door though, The Terrace doesn't waste a lot of time competing with food and only has a few options on their menu that are actually larger than bite-size, which includes a chicken caesar salad and everyone's favourite, the beefburger. It's a delicious, moist patty with a healthy hue, unlike the dull grey slabs of meat that often pass off with annoyingly the same name tag. The toppings seemed a bit of a let down, with limp lettuce, tiny slices of tomatoes and a few thin slices of onion that kept the similar-sized slice of cheese company, but if you're all about the meat (like us) this won't bother you in the least. Besides, the chunky chips on the side will make you smile (well, until you see the bill – the burger costs Dhs70). Still, there's no mistaking that this very much a place you come to for the drinks, of which there are many. We'll definitely return for a relaxing end to a long day, but probably after having had a meal.
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