Japanese food in the Emirates Towers Boulevard 3 Reviews
Enjoy a delicious Teppanyaki brunch as these three venues join together to celebrate Christmas. A visit from Santa will help bring out the festive spirit in everyone. Dhs225 plus beverage package Dhs198 (with grape, bubbles and soft drinks); Dhs98 (with soft drinks; half price (children 4-12 years); free (children under 4) Timings: noon-4.30pm 25 December 2013
Competing with a number of the city’s biggest names, including nearby The Ivy and Tokyo@the Towers, ET Sushi is a high-end sushi train and à la carte restaurant that serves up signature delights, as well as more standard Japanese fare. The interior is light, airy and welcoming, and the atmosphere pleasant. Dishes like the spicy salmon tartare with hot mayonnaise, cabbage and avocado bring this eatery up a notch, and the whatchamacallit rolls, topped with a seared slice of wagyu beef and melted cheesy mayonnaise, are delicious. The foie gras with sticky rice is also worth a try and meat lovers will go ga-ga over the tender lamb chops with a katsu-style mustard dipping sauce, cooked to perfection. The only downfall is that the menu is a little over-ambitious, with not all menu items actually available. Any reservations you might have will vanish, however, as soon as the dessert arrives – particularly the delectable lime crème brûlée with sweet chestnut cream.
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