dining tried and tested El Sur @ Westin Hotel
El Sur @ Westin Hotel
Updated on 31 July 2016

El Sur at Westin Hotel is offering a fab after work night out with Iberico nights! Enjoy the vibe at this modern and authentic Spanish Tapas restaurant while you unwind and appreciate the great service and delicious bites.

What we ate
We indulged in a sumptuous selection of Iberian meats paired with Manchego cheese and a bottle of Spanish vino while chilling out after work and catching up on the gossip!

Verdict
Great food, great place, great price!

Price
Iberico Nights is priced at Dhs 250 and is available Saturdays to Wednesdays from 6pm to 8pm.

Call +971 (04) 3997700. - L.C.

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