New Restaurant: Parlour Boutique

We check out the menu at new French eatery, Parlour Boutique

If, like us, you can’t resist a helping of melted cheese, we’re pretty sure Dubai’s latest café offering will appeal.

French eatery Parlour Boutique is located in the new Central One Building at Dubai World Trade Centre, and judging by the menu, offers up some pretty exciting dishes. We’ve already discussed the eggs Benedict éclair (yes, really), in our top breakfasts feature (see page 20). But we’re here to talk about this baked Camembert.

Studded with pecan nuts and drizzled with truffle honey, this gooey, cheesy delight is also served with blackcurrant jam and plenty of freshly baked bread for dipping – ideal for all you fromage fans out there.

The man leading the Parlour Boutique kitchen is executive chef Sylvain Noel, who was on the opening team for branches of the world-famous Nikki Beach brand including right here in Dubai, as well as in Marbella, Miami and St Barts.

The chic and contemporary café is billed as having “a fresh, sociable approach to French dining in Dubai”. The space will be split into sections including a coffee bar offering up speciality blends, an open bakery, a laid-back lounge, a library area for group meals and a fine-dining restaurant, to ensure that all your French culinary needs are catered for, depending on your mood.

As well as pastries and breakfasts, there’s also a range of innovative salads and mains to try, too.

It’s time to start working your way through the menu.
Open Sat-Thu 8am-7pm. One Central, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 486 5333).

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