Time Out Says
Overlooking the Madinat Jumeirah waterways, the passing by abras and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the setting is superb.
À la carte menu aside, there are also two set menus to choose from – a six-course Voyager’s Menu and an eight-course Explorer Menu. If you fancy trying a bit of everything, this is the way to go, and the latter boasts wagyu beef dumplings, truffle wagyu beef puffs, wok-fried lobster, king prawns, jasmine-smoked black Agnus ribs, Peking duck, sea bream and a strawberry, sorbet and meringue dessert.
Everything is utterly delicious and beautifully presented with finesse – you’ll appreciate the care that’s gone into it all.
The restaurant is dimly lit with dark woods and oriental touches and despite the swish set-up, the atmosphere is cosy and warm.
The service also needs a shout out – it’s excellent and attentive, all without being intrusive.
If you have a hankering for classic Chinese cuisine with a modern twist, you won’t be disappointed here.
It’s also a top option for a special get-together with visitors or a romantic date night thanks to those superb views.
By Time Out staff | 24 May 2020
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