The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal launches the Meat Room

The property’s steakhouse The Forge has also revealed a revamped dining menu

The activation of the Meat Room provides guests the chance to witness the live cutting of meat selection and serving such as Australian Wagyu Tomahawk
The activation of the Meat Room provides guests the chance to witness the live cutting of meat selection and serving such as Australian Wagyu Tomahawk

The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal’s steakhouse, The Forge has launched a dining experience with the introduction of the Meat Room which is inclusive of a revamped dining menu.

The dining experience launched as part of a collaboration between the property’s executive chef, Alessandro Montedoro and the steakhouse’s chef de cuisine, Matthew Da Silva.

The activation of the Meat Room provides guests the chance to witness the live cutting of meat selection and serving such as Australian Wagyu Tomahawk.

The Forge’s new menu features the Ultimate Forge Meat Platter, a meat tasting experience with a selection of tenderloins originating from New Zealand, Ireland and the US. Other additions to the menu are the smoky angus burger and the fresh mozzarella balloon.

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