Rostang, The French Brasserie
Competent though unexciting fare courtesy of Michelin-starred Michel Rostang 23 Reviews
Rostang’s grape escape
The regular Thursday-night grape event features a buffet of French specialities, teamed with a selection of French and New World grape. Dhs220 (food only), Dhs320 (house beverages) Timings: 6.30pm-10.30pm (Thursday)
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It’s difficult to get over the feeling that the Atlantis and the restaurants within are becoming a little bit jaded as the years have passed by. This isn’t to say that venue’s such as Rostang shouldn’t be ruled out altogether. The venue is a competent recreation of a (sizeable) French Brasserie where staff even make an effort to greet you with a ‘Bonsoir’ as you walk through the door. The food proves to be a reasonable replication of classic French bistro dishes too - from steaks to moules frites. Certainly nothing shines, but Rostang is worth a visit for its weekly promotions, which feature all you can eat and drink for a price that’s right. Otherwise, we suggest sticking to the Gallic options back on shore.
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- Previous reviews
- 14 August,2011- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 24 March,2011- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 29 November,2010- reviewed by Oliver Robinson
- 05 April,2010- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 19 January,2010- reviewed by Daisy Carrington
- 17 March,2009- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 20 October,2008- reviewed by Daisy Carrington
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