Restaurants at Anantara's UAE, Oman hotels win Wine Spectator Awards

Globally, Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas won 24 Wine Spectator 2019 Awards across Europe, Asia and the Middle East

Mekong at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.
Mekong at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has been honoured with 24 Wine Spectator 2019 Awards, with six of those being awarded to restaurants in the operator's UAE hotels, and two to restaurants in one of its Oman properties.

The Wine Spectator Awards recognise restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine enthusiasts.

In the UAE, six restaurants have been honoured with a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort scooped three in total for Australian grill Bushman’s Restaurant Bar, Mediterranean restaurant The Beach House, and speciality Asian dining venue Mekong. The Desert Island Resort & Spa by Anantara nabbed an award for seafood speciality concept Amwaj, while Savannah Grill at Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Al Sahel Villa Resort also won the honour. Finally, Olio at Anantara Al Yamm Villa Resort - which serves Italian cuisine - was also on the list.

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In Oman, Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara has two award winning restaurants: Mediterranean concept Al Mina and Asian venue Mekong.

Anantara's restaurants in Thailand, Portugal, Bali, Sri Lanka, and Maldives were also recognised.

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