Arabesque is the all day-dining restaurant of Danat Al Ain.
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AL AIN – Danat Al Ain Resort’s all-day dining venue, Arabesque presents a global feast to remember with the launch of three new buffet themes for a taste around the world.
From succulent grills to Asian delicacies, sumptuous cuisines take center stage in a spread of live cooking stations making Arabesque an ideal destination for gourmands in the UAE.
The culinary feast begins every Wednesday where guests are invited to indulge on the ever-popular Arabic mezzes, kabsa and harees for Arabian Night.
Thursdays are replete with delicious arrays of traditional gastronomies for Asian Night.
Patrons can enjoy appetizers, mains and dessert from different regions of Asia, including tantalizing cuisines from the North, South and Far East.
Come Friday, the kitchen will be brimming with succulent treats for BBQ Night, with a large choice of barbecued specialty meats including prime cuts and quality seafood grilled to perfection.
In addition to the mouth-watering themed cuisines, not to miss are the healthy salad options, freshly baked breads and pastries, and live cooking stations featuring a team of culinary experts that are ready to cater to each need.
Desserts are lined up to offer a kaleidoscope of irresistible flavors ranging from homemade cakes, tarts and fresh fruits. Guests can all enjoy these delights with a pair of signature teas, juices and soft beverages.
Executive Chef Tarek Mouriess said, “We are ready to welcome food lovers with an unparalleled buffet experience for discerning guests from Wednesday to Friday. With high-quality food, new array of recipes and an expansive indoor and outdoor dining spaces, we are committed to making Arabesque one of the best family-friendly dining venue in town.” PR
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