Abu Dhabi’s Chef’s Table returns for the season finale
The line-up includes Fouquet’s, LPM Restaurant, Punjab Grill, Mare Mare, Martabaan, Sambusek, Shang Palace, Hakkasan and Tori No Su.

The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) has announced the return of the popular cornerstone of Abu Dhabi Culinary Season, the Chef’s Table series, from 14 March to 3 April 2021.

Featuring a hand-picked selection of the best-selling restaurants from previous Chef’s Table editions, the Chef’s Table All Star edition will promote the emirate’s eclectic fine dining scene via a holistic showcase of curated menus and signature dishes at a number of the city’s award-winning haute cuisine hotspots.

Restaurants putting their best forks – and dishes – forward include LPM Restaurant’s snails with garlic butter, Punjab Grill’s duck galouti, foie gras and aloo jeera pave, Martabaan’s gold leaf kulfi, Sambusek’s spread of Arabian-inspired masterpieces, and Hakkasan’s sanpei chicken claypot.

Elsewhere, culinary aficionados can experience Shang Palace’s charcoal grilled beef short ribs, Tori No Su’s legendary grilled miso marinated black cod, Fouquet’s linguine with black tiger prawns, and Mare Mare’s burrata pizza.

“Tori No Su is extremely honoured to be taking part in the Chef’s Table All Star initiative for the finale of the four-part series,” said Ando Takashi, Chef De Cuisine at Tori No Su. “We are looking forward to showcasing our signature dishes and captivating diners with unique tastes and curations across the four-weeks.”

Chef’s Table set five-course menus are priced from AED 295 to AED 398. Reservations are encouraged to guarantee a spot at all participating venues. 

Abu Dhabi Culinary Season has been developed to showcase the emirate as a global dining destination that is home to a geographically-expansive and culturally-unique culinary landscape.

GO: Visit https://www.adculinaryseason.ae for reservations and more information.