Rosewood Abu Dhabi hosts Oktoberfest at Solarium

The restaurant will feature traditional Bavarian F&B and a live band

Solarium will feature traditional Bavarian F&B
Solarium will feature traditional Bavarian F&B

Rosewood Abu Dhabi will be hosting a three-day Oktoberfest celebration at its dining venue, Solarium.

Running from 17 to 19 October 2019, the restaurant will feature traditional Bavarian dishes such as spätzle and obatzda and German drinks.

For the live entertainment a German band, HB-PARTYBAND, will entertain guests with Bavarian folk music from 7 pm onwards.

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A black smoker and rotisserie are used to prepare the dishes for the festivities including the hand-pulled beef knuckle sandwich, the chipotle rub beef short ribs and a BBQ brisket platter, all served with fries and coleslaw.

The Oktoberfest menu also features cheese and onion pretzels in addition to roast half chicken and assorted Bavarian sausages served with apple sauerkraut and mustard.

The party at Solarium will run from 6 pm to 11 pm.

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