Our friend Fadi Abo, who continues his fantastic exploration in Dubai, inspires us today with the table of Franco-Nigerian chef. Isu Ani, Dedicated to his wife.
Taken to the vast Emirates Golf Club, the table is named after Isu Ani’s wife, who offers signature dishes and Franco-Mediterranean creations from a Nigerian-born, UK-raised chef who has been making a name for herself in the Dubai food scene. Each of its companies has its own magical connection. It has a large terrace that offers spectacular views of the golf course surrounded by the famous Dubai skies.
The refined menu combines well-prepared classics, which are served with admirable attention, which means this beetroot salad is goat cheese or watermelon almond, basil and feta, beautiful to look at, delicious to the taste. As a main course, broccoli with 65 citrus fruits and grapes or beef tartare, tuna carpacio playing unique glamor in Dubai with fried chicken, foie gras and ferruginous sauce! But on the seafood side, the grilled prawns with apples, seasoned with a Harisa sauce, the linguven al dende with a lovely single maneuver or tomato and lobster sauce are delightful.
Add to the list of delicious, beautiful tart tot with its vanilla ice cream, marshmallow and custard brownie or elegant salted butter caramel ice cream coated in shell. Fall back into childhood!
Emirates Golf Club – Emirates Hills 2
Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Phone: 04 417 9885
Hours: 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. – 7pm – 10:30 pm (Thursday: 11:30 pm). Friday and Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m .; 12 noon – 3 pm 7 pm – 11:30 pm
Weekly completion. : Anything.
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