Experience French cuisine with Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

Experience French cuisine with Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

April 2011: Nobody knows the finer things in life better than the French. What better way to spend the summers on the goods things in life than having a Tour de Vin at Rostang at Atlantis, the Palm?

Tour de Vin at Rostang takes you on a gastronomic journey each Thursday to the renowned wine regions of France, at the same time celebrating French culture. Enjoy the finest wines from the famed French regions including Champagne, Alsace, Loire, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhone, South West, Languedoc-Roussillon and Provence.

Traditional specialties from the buffet include regional favorites such as, the raw bar station, offering a variety of seafood delights including smoked salmon rillette, crab tourteaux, oyster fine de claires, lobster and much more. A selection of pork delicatessen is available with signature delights such as Pork Rillettes, Pierre orteiza ham from Bayonne, Rosette de Lyon (sliced dried sausage) and walnut and hazelnut saucisson. A collection of the finest French cheese is one of Tour de Vin’s highlights that include Brie de Meaux, Blue veined cheese, Camembert, Beaufort, Charolais, Epoisses, Langres, Munster and Pont L’eveque.

The Tour de Vin experience is priced at AED 195 per person for food and AED 295 per person for food with wine. On Champagne Thursdays, the prices become AED 295 per person for food only and AED 495 per person for food with Mumm Cordon Rouge.

To make a reservation for this exclusive dinner, call Rostang at +971 4 426 2626 or email: [email protected]

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