Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort to host Chris Naylor in November

Naylor has helmed Michelin-starred restaurants such as Le Cirque, La River and Voissius

Chris Naylor
Chris Naylor

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort will welcome chef Chris Naylor in November.

As part of the first event, Naylor will curate a one-off dining event at Bushman’s Bar and Restaurant on November 7, 2019.

The event will begin at 6pm and diners can experience a menu that includes scallop in the shell, fermented plum and celeriac jus. Fish features heavily on the menu, but meat-lovers can enjoy the roasted and braised veal blade.

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On November 8, Naylor will host a live cooking station featuring his signature specialities at a brunch.

Guests can also chat with him to learn more about his approach to preparing food.

Naylor, originally from the UK, honed his skills with chef Robert Kranenberg and then headed his own kitchens in Michelin-starred restaurants such as Le Cirque, La River and Voissius.

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