Try fun, innovative cooking with stellar views at A Cappella

Sponsored: The restaurant is a Time Out Dubai award-winner

Try fun, innovative cooking with stellar views at A Cappella
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With super views and innovative, tasty food and creative mixed drinks, if A Cappella isn’t on your Dubai restaurant to-visit list, it certainly should be.

A Cappella, which picked up Best Bar Food at the Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2020, is the sister of cool Indian restaurants Trèsind and Carnival by Trèsind.

It’s the third venture from Bhupender Nath’s Passion F&B in Dubai and it’s already making waves on the dining scene.

Housed at The Pointe on Palm Jumeirah boasts a delightful vantage point overlooking Atlantis The Palm, with a superb outdoor terrace area.

Meanwhile the vibe inside is cool and casual, with a fun-loving crowd visiting nightly.

As the name suggests the bar and kitchen work in tandem – creating a cool rhythm for the night.

The kitchen is helmed by chef Paritosh Sharma and if you’re after an exciting evening for your taste buds, look no further.

Chef Paritosh, who has worked at top brands including The Oberoi Hotels, Trident Hotels and The Leela Palace, has more than ten years of experience.

He was part of the pre-opening team of Trésind and Carnival by Trésind and sets out to create a blend of global ingredients and cooking styles. When he joined Passion F&B, Nath asked him about his vision and he said that he always wanted to open a small space with not more than 50 covers. He also wanted to keep the price point accessible and approacha-ble. Nath was impressed with his passion and decided to open A Cappella under chef Paritosh’s lead.

A Cappella’s tapas-style menu features dishes from eight different nations, from Japan to the US, all given an Indian twist.

Fun-loving dishes are affordable too, and include pepperoni turnovers (Dhs35), Around the World with Pani Puri (Dhs35), pulled chicken tacos, patatas bravas with pepper harissa (Dhs30) and more. There’s even a naan Francoise (15) for a proper flavour collaboration with herb de Provence and basil butter foam.

Sweet tooth? Go for dessert by the spoon or fruit trifle.

And if you’re looking for fun mixed drinks mixologist Sherine John will whip you up a wow-worthy creation to go with your meal. Interesting ngredients include tamarind, fig marmalade, cucumber, rosemary, lychee and hibiscus syrup.

For a fun night out topped off with cracking food, you know where to go.
Open daily 5pm-2am. The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah, www.acappelladxb.com (058 971 9542).

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