CÉ LA VI Restaurant & Club Lounge announces New Year’s Eve menu

The rooftop bar in Downtown Dubai has revealed its six-course menu

During December 31, from 8pm – 3am, the venue will offer its dining package
During December 31, from 8pm – 3am, the venue will offer its dining package

CÉ LA VI Restaurant & Club Lounge, the new eatery on the 54th floor of the Address Sky View Dubai has announced its New Year’s Eve F&B packages.

During December 31, from 8pm – 3am, the venue will offer its dining package.

Priced at AED 1,600 per person with soft drinks or AED 2,000 with house drinks, the package will serve six courses.

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Prepared by chef Howard Ko, the dishes include shumai tortellini en brodo - a smoked duck dumpling served in a broth, and bucatini cacio e pepe tossed in seaweed butter.

Seafood dishes include poached black cod served with clams, turnips, asparagus, wasabi oil and wagyu pancetta. There is also roast baby chicken on offer with a beetroot ginger reduction.

Desserts include a range of pastries made by the chef, along with mini sweets.

With the meals will come a live DJ performance, band and arts show throughout the evening. Guests will be served champagne as they watch the nearby Burj Khalifa fireworks.

In terms of beverages, there is a New Year’s Eve beverage package.

Priced at AED 1,000, it will provide guests with unlimited house drinks.

The Address Sky View is a hotel, residence and serviced apartment twin-tower complex that will include a restaurant, ballroom, infinity pool with amenity deck, giving visitors 360-degree views of Downtown Dubai. The business hotel section will have 166 rooms, while residences area will include 531 serviced apartments.

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