The UAE is all set to welcome its first Kosher restaurant in Armani Hotel Dubai. Located in Burj Khalifa, the restaurant will offer a diverse fine-dining experience to the customers. The restaurant will emphasise on classic flavours from around the world with a seasonally changing menu, offering a gourmet take on Kosher food which reflects Dubai’s multicultural population.
The Restaurant Will Operated Under The Supervision Of Rabbi Levi Y Duchman
The restaurant will specialise in Kosher food and will comply with Jewish dietary laws (kashrut). It is one of the only five-star restaurants outside of Israel offering an in-room dining experience. The eatery will operate under the rabbinical supervision of Rabbi Levi Y Duchman, Rabbi of the UAE, who has certified the venue with Glatt Kosher and Pas Yisroel certifications from Emirates Kosher Supervising Agency, the only UAE based kosher certifier, according to reports.
The Restaurant Menu Is By Executive Chef Fabien Fayolle
The menu for the restaurant is by Armani Hotel Dubai executive chef Fabien Fayolle and will change seasonally. The opening season dishes include spaghetti bolognese with fresh basil and cherry tomatoes, pan-fried sea bass with parsnip puree, and beef bourguignon served with root vegetables, mushroom pilaf rice, and thyme. Armani/Kaf to shut for dine-in on Fridays but will offer a special takeaway menu for Shabbat.
Hotels in Abu Dhabi will also offer kosher food options for guests. It comes after the normalisation of ties between the UAE and Israel and an expected influx of guests with kosher dietary requirements.
Armani/Kaf opens its doors today, it has Dubai Fountain and Downtown views, and you’ll find it next to Armani/Hashi. It will be open from Sunday-Thursday from 6 30 PM to 11 30 PM. In terms of Kosher food delivery, the talks are on and details will be announced shortly.