Abu Dhabi’s Grand Millennium Al Wahda launches café

The café offers speciality coffees and an extensive menu

The menu includes the traditional espresso, infused flavoured beverages, speciality dishes such as loaded halloumi pancake and lobster Tagliantelli Al Fredo
The menu includes the traditional espresso, infused flavoured beverages, speciality dishes such as loaded halloumi pancake and lobster Tagliantelli Al Fredo

Abu Dhabi’s five-star property Grand Millennium Al Wahda has launched the 90 Centigrade café.

The café offers speciality coffees and an extensive menu featuring takeaway, breakfast, lunch and dinner meals, along with pastries and cakes.

Commenting on this launch, Grand Millennium Al Wahda’s GM, Enad Tannous said: “90 Centigrade will provide a memorable experience for all guests and we look forward to putting the café on the food and beverage global map as a leading urban and chic café with sustainable practices and an eco-friendly approach”, he added.

The menu includes the traditional espresso, infused flavoured beverages, speciality dishes such as loaded halloumi pancake and lobster Tagliantelli Al Fredo and a wide selection of seasonal food and beverage and savoury dishes made with the freshest and locally sourced ingredients with an eco-friendly approach to the environment.

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