Eclipse Terrace at Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi launches revamped menu

The rooftop lounge has introduced an Asian fusion menu for the season

Executive sous chef, Christian Buenrostro has curated Asian fusion dishes such as the salmon tataki and the charred sweet corn salad
Executive sous chef, Christian Buenrostro has curated Asian fusion dishes such as the salmon tataki and the charred sweet corn salad

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island’s rooftop lounge and dining venue Eclipse Terrace has launched a revamped menu for the season.

Executive sous chef Christian Buenrostro has curated Asian fusion dishes such as the salmon tataki, air bread wagyu beef pocket and the charred sweet corn salad. 

Sweet dishes include the peanut caramel bar with homemade salted caramel or the Japanese sticky rice cake mochi in six flavours.

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The property’s director of engineering George Chapides said: “An oasis of serenity, the new ‘gown’ of Eclipse Terrace Lounge conveys a chilled out vibe through earth-coloured lounge furniture by Kettal, lush greenery and ever-present blue hues coming from the pool, skyline and Arabian Gulf. This new al fresco atmosphere, combined with its positioning on the third-floor wellness spaces, create an atmosphere designed to welcome our guests to a deeply soothing place where they are able to relax fully, mind, body, and spirit.”

The new menu will be launching on 1 November, 2019.

The venue has also introduced a weekly ladies night on Thursdays from 7pm to 10pm which will offer refreshments and complimentary drink.

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