Zahira by Greg Malouf opens at Dubai's H Hotel

Zahira, the latest concept from Greg Malouf, opened its doors this week

Split Gulf prawns.
Split Gulf prawns.

The modern Middle Eastern restaurant at the H Hotel features a menu which aims to take guests on a trip with the Art of Mezza, Art of Sharing, Art of Garden and finally the Art of Sweet Design and Tradition.

The Art of Feasting offers a nine or twelve-course tasting menu which will regularly change.

Launching just in time for Ramadan, Zahira will be celebrating the special month with a modern Middle Eastern Iftar. The Iftar menu which changes weekly, will include a selection of mezze such as hazelnut falafel and date fatayer with saffron labneh.

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Main courses will range from slow-cooked lamb with nut rice to salmon tarator with tahini and walnuts. Live Arabic entertainment will also be showcased nightly.

The interior design features ornate wood, rich colours and brass details.

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