One&Only Royal Mirage’s Drift Beach launches festive offers

Offers will run from december to January

The hotel’s beachfront F&B venue will serve a festive menu for over a month, from December 1 – January 10
The hotel’s beachfront F&B venue will serve a festive menu for over a month, from December 1 – January 10

One&Only Royal Mirage’s Drift Beach has announced a selection of festive menus running from December to January.

Festive period

The hotel’s beachfront F&B venue will serve a festive menu for over a month, from December 1 – January 10.

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The festive menu will consist of dishes such as baked Vacherin Mont D’Or cheese with new potato and mushroom; and roasted pumpkin tortellini for starters, followed by mains including maple glazed cod with artichoke and almond puree and more. Desserts include Christmas pain perdu with caramelised panettone, vanilla ice cream and spiced toffee sauce.

Prepared by chef Maxime Le Van, the lunch menu is for groups of ten or more. It is priced at AED 145 per person for two-courses and AED 185 for three-courses. Dinner bookings can be made for groups of 40 or more.

New Year’s Eve

During New Year’s Eve, 7:30pm – 10:30pm, the venue shall offer a three-course dinner for guests. The dinner is priced at AED 995 per person excluding drinks and AED 1,495 including half a bottle of house drink.

From 10:30pm – 3am will be the afterpaty. Priced at AED 300 per person for entry and a glass of house drink, guests can enjoy live entertainment throughout the night. There is also a deal of AED 545 for unlimited drinks.

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