Dubai is flooded with dining options, be it an authentic Arabic experience or other cuisines from around the world. However, if you’re in the mood to binge on lip smacking traditional Arabic cuisine, the city has a new spot for you! The Retreat Palm Dubai MGallery by Sofitel announces the opening of Bait Al Nakhla. The new dining concept serves signature Middle Eastern dishes and presents an array of time-honoured rituals and performances, set in a stunning venue. Read on to know more!
Tuck Into Arabic Delicacies & Enjoy Live Performances At Bait Al Nakhla
Meaning ‘The House of the Palm’, Bait Al Nakhla offers dine-in guests with stunning and sweeping views of the Dubai skyline, enjoyed within the comforts of the elegant dining venue. The space’s warm-coloured interior is adorned with vintage Middle Eastern lamps and carpets, and is infused by bakhour incense to transport guests to the magic of olden-day Arabia.
Bait Al Nakhla’s menu features a delicious range of signature Middle Eastern dishes served in classic Arabic plates, which are perfect for sharing. The chef’s specials include brown wheat tabbouleh salad, slow-roasted camel meat, charcoal lamb kibbeh, shish tawook, and ful with tahini sauce.
Embodying true Arabian hospitality, you will be welcomed and guided throughout the culinary and cultural journey at Bait Al Nakhla. Before you kick off the dining experience, don’t forget to shop for traditional garments and other distinct keepsakes from the souk. Ladies will also get complimentary henna tattoo, as well as tables with a minimum of four guests will receive a free souvenir. Besides, every weekend until the month of September, Bait Al Nakhla will showcase an Arabic live band, or Middle Eastern folk performances to keep you entertained while you tuck into authentic delicacies.
Bait al Nakhla is open daily from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm for lunch, and from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm for dinner. As an introductory offer, foodies can enjoy a sharing style feast for AED 179, instead of AED 250/ per person. The price includes unlimited garwa coffee, hot and cold mezze, main course dishes, and desserts, as well as a range of drink options including Arabic beverages like qamar al din, karkade, and laban, soft drinks, select juices, tea, coffee, and water. Kids aged between six and 12 years can avail 50% discount while children five and below dine for free.
So, when are you heading here?