Mina Brasserie will open at Four Seasons Hotel DIFC next month

Michael Mina's new restaurant will take over the space previously occupied by Firebird Diner

Mina Brasserie is set to open in February.
Mina Brasserie is set to open in February.

Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre has announced the launch of Mina Brasserie in partnership with award-wining American chef Michael Mina.

The menu will feature a variety of hearty dishes featuring seasonal ingredients. Highlights will include za’taar salmon and caviar with shallot potato cake; tuna tartare with pine nuts, garlic, mint and sesame-habanero oil; phyllo-crusted Dover sole with brown butter-caper sauce; and wood-fired lamb chops.

While designing the space, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) sought inspiration from European design, as well as the contemporary personality of Michael Mina and Four Seasons Hotel DIFC. Guests of Mina Brasserie will be welcomed by an elegant yet informal environment. The restaurant features an outdoor terrace and a private space for dinners and larger groups to graze on sharing plates throughout the day or into the night.

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“We are pleased to be able to continue our partnership with Four Seasons Hotel DIFC, and to be working with the talented Martin Brudnizki to open MINA Brasserie,” said Mina. “I’m excited for the beautiful new space and menu, and think we will be able to offer our guests an exciting new experience in the DIFC.”

Four Seasons Hotel DIFC general manager Carlo Stragiotto said: “Since opening the Hotel just over a year ago, we have spent a lot of time getting to know our guests and we very much look forward to sharing our new concept. It is a pleasure to continue our partnership with chef Michael Mina and his team, who share the same passion for good food and hospitality as we do at Four Seasons.”

Mina Brasserie will open in February 2018.

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