Enrico Bartolini to host dinners at Roberto’s Abu Dhabi & Dubai

Italy’s youngest two Michelin-starred chef will be at the pass on October 17 and 19

Enrico Bartolini
Enrico Bartolini

For just two nights, Roberto’s will welcome two Michelin-starred chef, Enrico Bartolini at its venues in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. This event is the first in the restaurant’s new series of events. Called the Postcard Series, a lineup of renowned chefs from around the world will take turns creating exclusive dishes for Roberto’s.

Born in Pescia, Italy, Enrico Bartolini is recognised around the world, not only for his culinary intuition and creativity but because he is also Italy’s youngest two Michelin-starred chef.

Bartolini received his first Michelin star when he was just 29 years old, the second followed four years later, along with three Gambero Rosso forks and three L’Espresso Guide Chef hats. He was also crowned “Chef of the Year” by the Identità Golose 2016 Guide Book.

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At Roberto’s Abu Dhabi and Dubai on October 17 and 19 respectively, guests are invited to enjoy a five-course menu accompanied by live entertainment. Dishes include slow-cooked Chilean seabass with fennel and saffron, breaded veal chop with white truffle and baked meringue with strawberries.


Details:

Venue: Roberto’s Abu Dhabi, Rosewood Hotel, Al Maryah Island
Date: October 17
Time: 8pm
Price: AED495 per person
Entertainment: DJ followed by live performance from Mark Zitti e I Fratelli Coltelli band


Venue: Roberto’s Dubai, DIFC, Gate Village, Building 1
Date: October 19
Time: 8pm
Price: AED495 per person
Entertainment: DJ and live fashion show from Imperial Fashion

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