Carine reopens outdoor terrace for the season

The French Mediterranean restaurant at Emirates Golf Club has also introduced over fifteen dishes to its menu

Desserts include French toast with milk ice cream and caramelised almonds, rice pudding with vanilla ice cream, toasted hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce and more
Desserts include French toast with milk ice cream and caramelised almonds, rice pudding with vanilla ice cream, toasted hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce and more

Emirates Golf Club’s French Mediterranean restaurant, Carine has reopened its outdoor terrace and has introduced a variety of dishes to the menu for the season.

Carine’s revamped menu is inclusive of appetisers such as salade de chou-fleur au fromage manchego and beef tartare and main courses such as carpaccio de thon bleu and red snapper with lemon oil and fennel salad. 

Desserts include French toast with milk ice cream and caramelised almonds, rice pudding with vanilla ice cream, toasted hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce and more.

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