Dubai's Grosvenor House hotel to host exclusive 6-hand dinner

Dubai's Grosvenor House hotel to host exclusive 6-hand dinner

Award-winning chefs Jason Atherton, Mohamed Orfali and Grégoire Berger will prepare a meal for just 22 guests

Grosvenor House, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Dubai is set to host a six-hand dinner with some of the UAE's most famous chefs on 1 July 2024. 

Grégoire Berger, the mastermind behind Atlantis, The Palm's Michelin-starred Ossiano restaurant, and Mohamed Orfali, who helms the 2023 winner of the Middle East & North Africa's 50 Best Restaurant, Orfali Bros Bistro, will join Jason Atherton at his fine-dining restaurant Row on 45, located within the hotel.

The trio will create a 17-course menu for just 22 guests at the exclusive culinary event spanning three 'acts'. Proceedings will begin at 7:15pm in the Champagne Lounge, then guests will be taken to a private dining room within the intimate, luxury penthouse-inspired revenue for the remainder of the meal.

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The dinner costs US$420 and guests will have the opportunity to interact with all three chefs as they create and serve their masterpieces. Atherton will showcase nine dishes, Berger and Orfali will serve four each. 

Staying true to the concept of Row on 45, full menu details will not be revealed until the evening, when each dish will be presented with personal insights from the chefs.

Atherton said: “It’s an honour to collaborate with Chef Orfali and Chef Grégoire for this special evening. Together, we have crafted a menu that embodies our diverse experiences and passions, with the aim of showcasing the pinnacle of culinary innovation and shining a global spotlight on the impressive talent in the region. We hope to provide a show-stopping experience that our guests won’t forget any time soon.”

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