Sustainable menu concepts debut at Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas

The Beach House restaurant now features wellness-driven menus for breakfast, lunch and din-ner

Dessert at The Beach House
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Dessert at The Beach House

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas, has introduced new menu selections that include Levantine flavours served with a Mediterranean twist at its The Beach House restaurant.

Commenting on the launch, The Beach House executive chef Ivan Musoni said: “When you dine at The Beach House, this exceptional experience will leave diners craving for more. We are the only establishment in Abu Dhabi to offer such a veritable cross border culinary journey, ranging from Levantine favorites to Mediterranean Europe delicacies.”

The concept revolves around Park Hyatt’s interpretation of wellness and sustainable living. Tradi-tional ingredients have been replaced by high quality, organic produce for a better taste and in-creased freshness. This includes the use of cage free eggs, locally produced vegetables and high-grade meats and fish.

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