dining tried and tested Toshi @ Grand Millennium Dubai
Toshi @ Grand Millennium Dubai
Updated on 31 August 2015

Toshi, the signature Pan-Asian Restaurant, serving five different cuisines under one roof, is welcoming back diners after a complete revamp. The à la carte menu has some great new dishes to tempt your taste buds, alongside the old favourites, including the classic roasted pecking duck, king crab salad and grilled salmon and teriyaki sauce. And to help with the new launch, Toshi are now offering a themed Saturday Brunch.

What we ate
The Saturday Brunch menu gives you a taste of the range of dishes on offer. Starters included edamame beans, Vietnamese rice rolls, king crab salad, crispy chicken wings and prawn and scallop money bags. The mains, also served sharing style, included Peking duck with pancakes, wok fried beef, sweet and sour chicken, stir fried kailan and steamed white rice. After time to digest, we then had a choice between the Pisang Goreng and lychee and sweet mango tart – the tart won!

Verdict
Toshi’s new interior looks amazing and comes with spectacular panoramic views across the city skyline. The Saturday Brunch is a lot more civilised than your average Friday affair, so if you’re looking for a relaxing yet sophisticated way to spend your afternoon, Toshi is the place to be.

Price
Saturday Brunch is priced at Dhs 195 non-alcoholic and Dhs 375 with four hours of unlimited beverages. A la carte options are available throughout the week from Dhs 195 to Dhs 375, and Happy Hour from 5pm to 7.30pm and 10.30pm to 1am (Children’s
policy applies).

For more details call +971 4 4299999 or visit www.grandmillenniumdubai.com. -P.C.

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