dining whats on This 7-course dinner for two costs Dhs 388
This 7-course dinner for two costs Dhs 388
Updated on 16 August 2017

China Grill's new offer is reason enough to treat your better half to a satisfying dinner. Launching on Monday, 21 August, diners can enjoy a seven-course tasting menu with free-flowing grape for just Dhs 388 for two. Newly appointed chef de cuisine David Kikillus’ menu includes sushi, a nigiri and sashimi platter, wagyu beef tataki, tempura rock shrimp, steamed Shanghai soup dumplings and a berries and meringue dessert among other delightful dishes. Available from 7pm to 10pm. Call 04-5117333. 

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