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Dinner by Heston

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Dinner by Heston, Very Good

Dinner by Heston, Very Good
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Only the third 'Dinner by Heston' in the world, after London and Melbourne, the one Michelin star award winning Dinner by the British chef Heston Blumenthal, although his feet have not been in it yet. You enter the restaurant through a hidden door and a like puzzle corridor. The dining area is huge with different seating areas. You The decor and ambience is warm and rich; leather detailing, large rosewood tables, and dim lighting. Some tables close to the glass wall have beautiful views looking out onto the hotel’s water fountain. Heston Blumenthal's culinary quests led him to 'The Forme of Cury' - one of England's oldest recipe books - and it is from this and other historical works that dishes such as 'rice frumenty' (c.1390) come. His signature dishes such as the Meat Fruit and Tipsy Cake are all available. The Rice and Flesh was the star of the meal. Full of flavour. My friend liked the Powdered Duck and found it to be very fresh. My Fillet was not admirable. The quality of the meat was not appealing and the sauce didn’t go well with it. It was over salty. The chef’s famous triple-cooked chips was below expectations; over salty and texture inconsistent. The Tipsy Cake (the made a virgin version of it soaked in vanilla instead) was delicious. Overall the food was tasty but nothing to rave home about it. Does it worth a #michelinstar ? Don’t think so. There are better restaurants in town. Service is professional and polished. Waiters call guests by their names and were very attentive. Overall rating is Very Good. PPP AED 800.
Only the third 'Dinner by Heston' in the world, after London and Melbourne, the one Michelin star award winning Dinner by the British chef Heston Blumenthal, although his feet have not been in it yet. You enter the restaurant through a hidden door and a like puzzle corridor. The dining area is huge with different seating areas. The decor and ambience is warm and rich; leather detailing, large rosewood tables, and dim lighting. Some tables close to the glass wall have beautiful views looking out onto the hotel’s water fountain. Heston Blumenthal's culinary quests led him to 'The Forme of Cury' - one of England's oldest recipe books - and it is from this and other historical works that dishes such as 'rice frumenty' (c.1390) come. His signature dishes such as the Meat Fruit and Tipsy Cake are all available. The Rice and Flesh was the star of the meal. Full of flavour. My friend liked the Powdered Duck and found it to be very fresh. My Fillet was not admirable. The quality of the meat was not appealing and the sauce didn’t go well with it. It was over salty. The chef’s famous triple-cooked chips was below expectations; over salty and texture inconsistent. The Tipsy Cake (the made a virgin version of it soaked in vanilla instead) was delicious. Overall the food was tasty but nothing to rave home about it. Does it worth a #michelinstar ? Don’t think so. There are better restaurants in town. Service is professional and polished. Waiters call guests by their names and were very attentive. Overall rating is Very Good. PPP AED 800.
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