Extreme luxury, superb, a buffet at the Emirates Palace Cafe in Abu Dhabi is our highest food level, not only can there be many experiences, the hall environment is fascinating.
Great BreakfastMe and my friend had Breakfast in Le Vendome, this is not our first time here. Whenever we have Breakfast the service is always amazing. Staff are always attentive and friendly especially Brahim and Nabil. Also thanks to the hostesses specially to Linda and all the ladies at the reception. Glen also recognized us as repeaters and said thanks and asked if everything is doing well. They are just amazing because we don''t come often but they still recognize us. Thumbs up to everyone!
In fact, the food is not very good, but sitting on the balcony of the restaurant, you can see the beach and the sea, you can also see the camels and tents, the attitude of the waiters is average, and the service is not as good as the sailing boat.
In the UAE travel itinerary, the self-financed project in Abu Dhabi chose the buffet dinner at the Eight-Star Emirates Palace, which is mainly to see the luxury of the Eight-Star Palace. Under the leadership of the team leader, I first visited the interior and exterior landscape of the hotel. The dining time was up. After the team leader and the reception at the restaurant confirmed the reservation, everyone began to enter the meal. The entire restaurant is in the architectural style of the Arab palace, retro and elegant, and the dim crystal chandeliers make the atmosphere quiet and dignified. The seats on the restaurant terrace offer a panoramic view of the beach and sea views. The buffet is rich in variety, including sashimi, seafood, desserts, fruits, chocolate waterfalls, etc., and the drinks need to be paid separately, and additional service fees are required. It is worth mentioning that the gold leaf cakes of various flavors are very delicious, and the large Arabian pots placed on the glass dining table are made of pure gold. The golden light is dazzling and full of local tyrants. Although the meal fee of $120 per person is too expensive (online booking is estimated to be cheaper), it is also an eye-opener.
Known as an eight-star hotel, you only know what luxury is when you go in. The entire palace seems to be piled up with gold, with golden light and magnificence everywhere. Drinking coffee, sipping dessert, listening to music... Enjoying the service like a king
The cafeteria is really nice and everything you could say, from vegetables to seafood, low-end, high-end parents, ice cream gourmet cakes, juices are really too rich
Really enjoyed the environment, really good, the price is acceptable