The Grill at Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, Abu Dhabi.
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DUBAI – There’s nothing like a perfect steak, but The Grill welcomes its guests to enjoy more than just the new décor on their next visit.
As part of its recent facelift, the award-winning steakhouse at Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, Abu Dhabi put up 52 picture frames of various highland cows – or nearly 52 to be precise. Hidden among the frames is a picture of an elephant that blends in flawlessly with its neighbouring pictures.
Those looking for a bit of fun during their visit to The Grill can take a walk around the newly designed interiors to spot “the elephant in the room”. Guests with a sharp eye will be rewarded with a complimentary dessert upon declaration of their find.
There’s more; following huge demand for its popular 505 dinner concept, the signature steakhouse has extended the package until the end of December. Every day from 6:30pm until 11:30pm, The Grill serves this special menu that includes a sharing cut of fine meat as a main, two sides and a bottle of grape for Dh505.
Ideal for treating a loved one to a unique fine dining experience, this set menu combines signature cuts from Argentinian Chateaubriand to a 650g serving of tender Australian Lamb. Add to this the chance to win a complimentary dessert and this is a truly unmissable dinner.
For an elegant Festive Eve celebration, The Grill will be presenting seasonal three-course set menu, from 6:30pm until 11:30pm, paired with a complimentary welcome beverage for only Dg299, while the a la carte menu will continue to be available on the night. PR/Expat Media
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