From an adequate selection of starters and soups, opt for the Gulf shrimp and lobster cocktail – a crisp tortilla basket filled with iceberg lettuce, lemon, and thick, meaty fish, smothered in a tangy cocktail sauce 5 Reviews
Let’s Meat on Mondays
Sample steaks from Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, France, Argentina and the US, plus paired grape chosen by the sommelier. Dhs200 per person (choice of meat and two beverages), Dhs320 (unlimited meat and selected beverages) Timings: 7pm-10pm (Monday)
Legends’ DIY barbecue
Guests can prepare their own dishes at the individual grilling tables, or let the chefs do the cooking for them. Dhs155 (food only) Timings: 7pm-11.30pm (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Legends steakhouse offers all-you-can-eat salads, starters and desserts, and a choice of mains from the à la carte menu. Dhs235 (food only), Dhs370 (softdrinks), Dhs495 (premium bubbly), free for children under 12 Timings: Noon-3.30pm (Friday)
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2007
It’s not everyday you can say you’ve had dinner with Jack Nicklaus, Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan. And it’s not everyday you taste food that does justice to the pedigree of the sports legends that hang on the wall. You will here. Sat overlooking the palm trees and lush greens of the golf club in one direction and the view over the Creek in the other, you’ll be further relaxed by a pianist playing calm melodies.
From an adequate selection of starters and soups, opt for the Gulf shrimp and lobster cocktail – a crisp tortilla basket filled with iceberg lettuce, lemon, and thick, meaty fish, smothered in a tangy cocktail sauce. Alternatively, the blackened Cajun beef tips set the standard for the meat dishes, with flash-grilled tenderloin and a duo of barbecue and béarnaise sauces served on a bed of crunchy vegetable strips. The main event here is steak. From the tenderness of a perfectly cooked 14oz New Zealand rib-eye to the succulent US prime Angus tenderloin, these cuts are torrentially juicy, slice like butter and melt in the mouth.
The accompanying thick-cut chips or garlic herb mash make it quite a filling dinner, but it’d be tough to refuse the rich chocolate mocha tart and the delicious Baileys-fuelled bread and butter pudding. You’ll come away feeling sufficiently full and safe in the knowledge that there isn’t a more suitable name for a venue that consistently serves a legendary meal at very attractive mid-range prices.
By Time Out Dubai Staff
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