Address Downtown launches F&B venue, The Secret Garden

The new concept is located on the ground floor of the hotel, and offers views of Burj Khalifa and Souk Al Bahar

The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden

Address Downtown has launched a new dining and drinks venue named The Secret Garden.

The concept joins nine signature outlets that have opened in the hotel since June 2018.

The Secret Garden is situated on the ground floor of the hotel, and offers views of Burj Khalifa and Souk Al Bahar.

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It offers comfortable sofa seating, metal pit fires, marble accents and olive trees, with urban beats, an extensive beverage menu and light bites.

Some of the specialities on the menu include: The U Salad, a combination of tomato, oregano, seasonal vegetables and greens; beef sliders accompanied by firemen mustard, French gruyere and Texan sauce; the Address Arabic mixed grill presents delicious lamb kofta, shish taouk, lamb kebab and lamb chops.

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