The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five star premium hotel brand launched by Emaar Hospitality Group sets an all-new definition for global standards of luxury. Creating a distinct positioning with the brand philosophy of ‘Where Life Happens’, The Address properties are situated in the most vibrant locations and target corporate, leisure and group travellers – particularly the international jetsetters and global high achievers who value personalised luxury.
The Address Downtown Dubai brings authentic Yum Cha Friday lunch at Hukama
Hukama, The Address Downtown Dubai’s authentic Chinese restaurant, has unveiled an all-new Yum Cha menu for its popular Friday lunch.
Guests can enjoy a brand new menu compromising of mouth watering dim sum, noodles, rice and desserts. Signature dishes include steamed shrimp and chicken dim sum or fried seafood bean curd roll and duck meat taro root. Desserts available comprise an array of delicious treats such as chilled mango pomelo soup and sago pearls in fresh berries to a traditional sweetened chocolate egg tart. Complete the genuine Yum Cha experience with selected beverages or green tea to complement the meal.
The lunch, served from 12pm to 3pm, also includes the opportunity for diners to consult with the chefs to choose delicacies according to their discerning tastes. The packages range from AED 145 including soft beverages to AED 250 including selected beverages. For bookings, contact telephone 04 888 3444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Address Downtown Dubai, located in Downtown Dubai, also known as ’The Centre of Now,’ pampers guests with six food and beverage choices including the upbeat and sophisticated Chinese restaurant, Hukama.
Those who like to socialize in trendy and stylish ambiances can select from the vibrant Latin-inspired Calabar lounge or the panoramic sky lounge, Neos, located on the 63rd floor. For a relaxing setting, the options include Risala, the inviting Lobby Lounge and the outdoor pool restaurant, Zeta.
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