Cho Gao opens its doors at InterContinental Abu Dhabi

Indonesian, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai dishes are showcased in new restaurant

Cho Gao Marina Walk at InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi.
Cho Gao Marina Walk at InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi.

Cho Gao Marina Walk has opened its doors at InterContinental Abu Dhabi, offering lunch, dinner and casual lounge dining.

Meaning ‘rice market’ in Vietnamese, Cho Gao showcases Asian fusion cuisine, highlighting Indonesian, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai signature dishes in a waterfront marina setting.

The 270-capacity restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating restaurant with four signature areas – a dining area, a sushi bar, a lounge area featuring a resident DJ and an outdoor terrace overlooking the marina.

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Signature dishes, created by executive chef Christopher Curtis and his team, include Thai roasted duck red curry with pineapple, grape & Thai basil, Chinese black pepper beef with bell peppers and spring onions, and Vietnamese banana blossom salad with chicken, shallots, toasted peanuts and chilli. 

Cho Gao Marina Walk will be open for dinner from 18:00 to 01:00. From September onwards, the restaurant will also be open for lunch from 12:30 to 15:30.

Cho Gao Restaurant and Lounge can also be found at Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi, open daily for lunch and dinner.



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