Only the third 'Dinner by Heston' in the world, after London and Melbourne, the Dubai outpost includes a separate bar, two outside terraces and a private dining room.
The luxurious restaurant stays true to the Michelin-starred concept's ethos, which traces gastronomic history right back from the medieval age, to interpret these forgotten dishes and recipes in quirky, modern ways in signature Heston style (read: iconic dishes such as Meat Fruit feature on the menu).
The design and development process only starts now, but Chef Director Ashley Palmer-Watts has exclusively revealed to Urbanologie that they are planning to explore incorporating local flavours into the menu - similar to Dinner by Heston in Melbourne, where they use historic Australian influences and indigenous ingredients - and also plan to "have fun" with the bar concept.
This is the first restaurant announcement for the The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences - a sister property to Atlantis, The Palm - which (when finished) features 231 luxury apartments and 795 rooms and suites, plus awe-inspiring facilities such as soaring private garden terraces, and a suspended rooftop infinity pool (one of 90 swimming pools at the property).
This is one opening we can't wait for!
A theatrical dining experience
Meat Fruit - chicken liver and foiegras parfait, with mandarin jelly; snail porridge and frogs legs and calf's head consommé, root vegetables & truffle.