dining tried and tested Soul Restaurant and Bar @ Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach
Soul Restaurant and Bar @ Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach
Updated on 02 May 2015

While remaining true to its New York style cuisine of Steaks, Beef Tartare and Oysters, the new spring menu at Soul Restaurant and Bar now offers your favourite gourmet burgers, artisan pizzas and pastas. Plus there is a new dessert section which includes American Cheese Cake and Speculoos and Salted Caramel Tiramisu meaning that the new Spring menu is the perfect complement to the casual, upbeat atmosphere of the restaurant.

What we ate

We started with the grilled asparagus with lobster croustillant, cecina ham, quail eggs and hollandaise sauce, and the Portobello mushroom salad with goat cheese, arugula and strawberries, both dishes tasted fresh and were skillfully prepared. As it was diner, we skipped the pizza and burgers and went for the Australian Wagyu Rib Eye and Australian grain fed tenderloin, both were cooked to perfection and tasted delicious. Making sure we saved room for the new deserts, we tried the apple tart tatin with vanilla ice cream to round off the meal.

Verdict
Soul Restaurant and Bar is a funky restaurant with live music and a choice of indoor or al fresco poolside setting. The food is wonderfully prepared and the chef is very keen to make sure everyone is happy.

Price
Starters from Dhs 45, Mains from Dhs 85 and Desserts from Dhs 45.

For reservations call +971 4 4498836 or email HotelJumeirahbeach.FB@moevenpick.com. - P.C.

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