Multi-cuisine restaurant has good vibe at One&Only The Palm 4 Reviews
The venue: The resort’s main restaurant blending culinary influences of the Middle East, Asia and the West. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows create a decidedly elegant and inviting ambience in Zest. Silver leaf and cut-quartz crystal will accent flourishes of Arabian design. An elegant and light ambience and generous seating make it an ideal choice for dining with friends and family. Outdoor seating, overlooking the grand pool and Moorish-inspired gardens is also available.
Iftar: Traditional Iftar offering a variety of Arabic and continental dishes.
Suhoor: Not available.
Extras: A live oud player.
Timings: Iftar buffet will be served daily from sunset.
Bookings accepted? Yes, no minimum spend. Large groups subject to availability. (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
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Contrasting starkly with the warm, romantic interiors of the One&Only The Palm, all-day dining option Zest sees couples dining together separated by large tables, and spread out across a floor of cold white marble. The menu offers an interesting concept, whereby you can choose a main ingredient and opt for it to be served in either the listed Asian, Western or Middle Eastern style. Asian and Western styles win out across the board, with a delicious, fresh prawn and cold vegetable salad starter from the latter and delicately-flavoured veal from the former. Service is a bit slow but the food is fresh and creative, indicating that Zest has finally found its feet as one of the city’s more interesting international venues.
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