Social Company at Zabeel House by Jumeirah adds new dishes

Sharing platters have also been introduced

New menu dishes added at Social Company at Zabeel House by Jumeirah
New menu dishes added at Social Company at Zabeel House by Jumeirah

Social Company at Zabeel House by Jumeirah in Dubai’s The Greens has launched a new menu with a variety of healthy and comfort dishes, according to sister publication, Caterer Middle East

New starters include vegan options pea and buckwheat risotto and baked marmite new potatoes with green sauce and tarragon dressing, while the health conscious will also appreciate the addition of the super green bowl with avocado, shaved cucumber, dill, peppers, kiwi, and apple dressing.

There’s a new eight-item burger and sandwich section which includes the spicy crispy chicken burger with Asian slaw, spicy mayo, sesame seed bun, and sweet potato fries, plus there’s a vegan burger with tomato relish, avocado, grilled eggplant, and sweet potato fries.

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For meat eaters though, the roast beef club with goat cheese cream and red onion marmalade is one new option, along with the lamb shank and buttered mash, braised heirloom carrots, and asparagus.

There’s plenty more including loaded fries and a number of new desserts, all of which can be tried at Social Company now.

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