The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort launches Signature 3

The dining concept combines the dishes of the venue’s three signature restaurants

The dining concept is found at the lobby level of the resort
The dining concept is found at the lobby level of the resort

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort has bolstered its F&B portfolio in an imaginative way – by combining the cuisines of its three signature restaurants. 

Named The Signature 3, the venue brings together the dishes from MAZI, Sontava and Budha-Bar Beach to have an expansive menu of modern Greek cuisine, South East Asian and the Pacific Rim.

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island & The St. Regis Abu Dhabi and Al Wathba, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort and Spa area general manager of the luxury brands Moustafa Sakr said: “I am very proud to share the new concept of bringing together the best and most loved flavours of 3 international and renowned restaurants! The legendary Budha – Bar Beach, Sontaya and Mazi are joining forces and present a chic dining experience in a sophisticated and elegant ambience. Extending over 3 different areas of privacy, stylish design and views over the Arabian Gulf, I am confident this unique experience will be appreciated and loved in the city of Abu Dhabi”.

Located at the lobby level, The Signature 3 opens daily from mid-day to late evening.

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