dining tried and tested Prime Steakhouse @ The Meydan Hotel
Prime Steakhouse @ The Meydan Hotel
Updated on 30 November 2015

Prime Steakhouse at The Meydan Hotel offers fine dining enhanced by unparalleled views of the main racing track. The rich, elegant decor perfectly accompanies only the finest cuts of premium beef sourced from around the world.

What we ate
We started with the most divine Langoustine Bisque and the equally delicious Prime Salad - grilled hanger steak with baby spinach, Gorgonzola and fresh blueberries. Then we simply had to try the world renowned Tajima Wagyu beef from 400 day grain-fed Wagyu breed with a marble score of 7-9. It was beautifully cooked and served with a selection of great sides and sauces including a fab wild mushroom sauce. The strawberry and mint trifle sounded too delicious to turn down and it was!

Verdict
I could tell you how everything was cooked to perfection and tasted amazing, but really I only need one word - fantastic!

Price
Appetisers start from Dhs 50, steaks are priced per 100 gram and start from Dhs 110, mains start from Dhs 135, and desserts from Dhs 35.

For reservations or further information, call +971 (04)  3813111. -L.C.

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