Mandarin Oriental Jumeira’s Beluga celebrates National Caviar Day

The extablishment claims to be the only restaurant dedicated to caviar in Dubai

Mandarin Oriental Jumeira’s Beluga celebrates National Caviar Day
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira’s Beluga celebrates National Caviar Day

Located in the Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Beluga by Gourmet House Caviar serves dishes prepared using ingredients by sturgeon breeders with 50 years of expertise.

Gourmet House Caviar president Ali Mahmoudi said: “As pioneers of the caviar industry, we look forward to sharing the Beluga experience with this region. We aim to create a one-of-a-kind enriching culinary experience whilst educating guests about this exquisite delicacy.”

The trained team from Beluga will guide guests through their caviar choices and will educate them about the culinary journey of Gourmet House Caviar.

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Inspired by a modern twist on French cuisine, the menu has a selection of sturgeon caviar including Huso, Acipenser Baerii, Russian Oscietra and Sevruga. Signature dishes on the menu are the 24-karat Gold Almas caviar topped with 24-karat gold flakes, Tsar Alexei salmon flower with white sturgeon caviar vinaigrette, red carabinero tartare with salmon caviar and the locally-inspired dessert caviar aux datte.

Complementing the menu is an assortment of dry bubbly, cocktails and a retail section of caviar to-go.

In celebration of National Caviar Day on July 18, Beluga is offering a complimentary glass of bubbles subject to a minimum spend per person.

The offer is valid from July 18 till July 20, 2019.

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