Enrico Bartolini returns to Roberto's in the UAE next month

The chef, who currently heads two Michelin-starred restaurants, will host a series of events in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

Enrico Bartolini.
Enrico Bartolini.

Enrico Bartolini, who heads two Michelin-starred restaurants, will host a series of events at Roberto’s in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

At Roberto’s Dubai, Bartolini will host a Venetian Carnival on February 5, featuring a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes. Bartolini will be collaborating with the Roberto’s Dubai executive chef Andrea Mugavero to present Venetian specialties and contemporary creations with a four-course menu to celebrate the “City of Masks”.

Bartolini will then head to Abu Dhabi on February 7 to present a new edition of Enrico Bartolini & Friends. Bartolini will be joined by chef Antonio Pirozzi, a friend from his hometown, who will showcase the true rustic Italian side of the otherwise modern 6-course menu.

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The evening is part of a series of collaborations with Bartolini, which take place quarterly.

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