MasterChef, The TV Experience Opens In Dubai
The world’s first TV-to-plate dining concept has opened its doors to diners.
With a host of new restaurants seemingly opening daily in the city, competition is fierce among Dubai’s F&B outlets. However, fans of MasterChef can rejoice as there’s a brand new immersive dining experience in town and it’s based on the hugely popular reality TV series that boasts more than 60 local adaptions broadcasted in over 200 countries.
Housed in the all new Millennium Place Marina Hotel in Dubai Marina, the concept is simple. Head Chef Margarita Vaamonde-Beggs has curated a menu of 36 dishes, whittled down from more than 120 signature plates from both champions and finalists of the show, and divided them into eight distinct sections.
Kicking off with both cold and hot starters, mains include meat & poultry, seafood and vegetarian, as well as larger sharing plates, sides and desserts. More daring diners can also opt for the ‘Mystery Box’ challenge, selecting five ingredients from 10 protein, vegetable and condiment options from which the culinary team then has 35-minutes to bring the dishes to life.
A small yet inviting space, service is cheery with servers more than willing to offer recommendations and share their favorite dishes.
Be sure to save room for the dessert menu, which comprises everything from a Deconstructed Eton Mess to a Mixed Berry Pie with Activated Charcoal Crumb.
Source: Harper’s Bazaar Arabia