Emirati chef collaboration ‘Off the Menu’ at Mina Brasserie

The final edition of the series at Four Seasons DIFC features Sahar Parham

The culinary experience will feature the head chef, Michael Mina collaborating with Emirati chef Sahar Parham
The culinary experience will feature the head chef, Michael Mina collaborating with Emirati chef Sahar Parham

Mina Brasserie at Four Seasons DIFC is hosting the fourth and final edition of the Off the Menu series of dinners.

Held from November 2 to 16, 2019, the culinary experience features head chef, Michael Mina collaborating with Emirati chef, Sahar Parham to produce an Emirati fusion of brasserie style cuisine.

The Emirati-brasserie inspired set menu that consists of four courses including pastrami-cured seabream with salona spice, crispy rice and pickled lime, farmer’s bone marrow crème brulee with a toasted baguette, black lime marinated lamb chops and kahwa tiramisu with hazelnut meringue.

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