Origins opens at Vida Emirates Hills

The all-day dining venue overlooks the Emirates Golf Club and The Address Montgomerie

 Origins is now open within VIDA Emirates Hills.
Nicolas Dumont
Origins is now open within VIDA Emirates Hills.

Laid-back eatery Origins is now open within Vida Emirates Hills.

Located in Dubai's Emirates Hills neighbourhood, the restaurant prides itself on its sourcing and ethos of transparency, using locally sourced ingredients to produce homely dishes.

Origins is inspired by mindful living and celebrates growers, producers, craftsmen and chefs. The brasserie-style menu features light dishes including Green Pea Soup and Homemade Ricotta and mains such as Lamb Chops and Corn-Fed Baby Chicken. 

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The interiors feature natural textures to generate a warm and welcoming atmosphere with raw and smooth wood providing an organic appeal to the eatery. The stylish aesthetic is accentuated with brass accessories, leather furnishings and greenery peppered throughout the restaurant.

Open from 7am – 11am for breakfast, 12pm – 5pm for lunch and 7pm – 11pm for dinner.

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