Grosvenor House Dubai Marina , Dubai Marina , Dubai, UAE

04-3998888

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, Dubai Marina , Dubai, UAE

04-3627955

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Dusit Residence Dubai Marina Marina , Dubai Marina , Dubai, UAE

04-4259999

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Burj Al Arab , Jumeirah , Dubai, UAE

04-3017600

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401, Mall of Emirates , Sh Zayed Road , Dubai, UAE

04-3412575

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The Dubai Mall , Downtown Burj Khalifa , Dubai, UAE

04-3398396

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, Yas Island , Abu Dhabi, UAE

02-8107777

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One&Only Royal Mirage , Jumeirah , Dubai, UAE

04-3999999

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Intercontinental Hotel , Dubai Festival City , Dubai, UAE

04-7011111

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334, Burjuman Centre , Bur Dubai , Dubai, UAE

04-3514411

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European Restaurants

Contemporary European cuisine is also known as Western cuisine. It is a group name referring to the cooking methods of Europe and other Western countries. This cuisine includes Russia''s cuisine and also non-native cooking methods of Philippines, Oceania, North America, Australia, Asia and Latin America, which gets considerable influence from European migrants in those areas. The name is commonly used by East Asians to be opposite with Asian styles of cooking. The name sometimes refers very specifically to cuisines in Europe. It means traditional cuisine in this situation. Seafood has been the staple food of the Europeans diet for many years. Lamb with mint sauce was a staple Welsh dish as Wales was famous for raising sheep. Bangers and mash, Yorkshire pudding, fish and chips, the Sunday roast, steak, kidney pie, roast beef, toad-in-the-hole, roast meat, Ploughman’‘s lunch, cottage pie, shepherd’‘s pie, gammon steak with egg, Lancashire hot pot bubble and squeak, English breakfast, black pudding, Bacon roly-poly and Cumberland sausage, are some of the important dishes of the region. Some of the key ingredients of European dishes are haddock, mint sauce, malt vinegar, hot white horseradish sauce, sweet apple sauce, parsley liquor, suet, cucumber, potatoes, fruit, pickles, cheese, fish and vegetables. Some of the important dishes include the Black Pudding which is included in the traditional breakfast. As it is obvious, European dishes are diverse just like the people of the region. European dishes are known for their taste and flavour. It can be guaranteed that if anyone walks into a European restaurant, that they will be assured of enjoying a good meal. As many people have started following the European cuisine, many innovations and changes are being made with the dishes and people can be pretty sure that the innovations are going to make the dishes delicious. As a result, a number of restaurants featuring the European cuisines as the primary theme have popped up throughout the world and has a steady flow of customers from across the globe owing to the universal popularity of the European cuisine which is a result of the amalgam of delicate flavours and mouth watering dishes which keep the ones who opt for the European cuisine coming back for more. The Crown Roast Lamb is made by stuffing onion, celery, apples, bread crumbs, and lemon. The Eccles Cake is a puff pastry stuffed with a spicy currant filling. The Hasty Pudding is a simple and quick steamed pudding of milk, flour, butter, eggs, and cinnamon. In the Irish stew, lamb, potatoes, and onion are the often base. It can include any number of ingredients, depending on the chef. The Mincemeat is a dish where beef suet is used to bind chopped nuts, apples, spices, brown sugar, and brandy into a filling for pies or pasties. The Mulligatawny Soup is originally a south Indian dish but it has been adopted and adapted by the European. The soup contains chicken or meat or vegetable stock mixed with yogurt or cheese or coconut milk and is seasoned with curry and various other spices. It is sometimes served with a separate bowl of rice. In Trifle, layers of alcohol-soaked sponge cake alternate with fruit, custard and whipped cream. Jelly can also be added but most people do that for kids. Welsh Faggots is a dish in which pig’‘s liver is made into meatballs with onion, beef suet, bread crumbs, and sometimes a cut apple. Westmoreland Pepper Cake is a fruitcake that gets its unique taste from lots of black pepper. Honey, ginger, walnuts, and clove are the other important ingredients. Welsh Rabbit is a dish where cheese is shred and melted with milk. Finally, mustard, butter, pepper and salt are added. The mix is then applied over toast and cooked. In European culinary history, pies and puddings are related phenomena. Roasting has survived because people can use the oven to roast while they are in the church. Nowadays, lamb, pork, joints of beef or a whole chicken are the typical meats for frying. Europe is also famous for its cheese. Cheese is made from reindeer, goats, cows, sheep and buffalo. Europe started to make cheese thousands of years ago but they didn’‘t know the proper method till the Roman’‘s started making good cheese. Popular desserts also include moon cake, Red bean paste pancake and sun cakes and European candies and sweets. Usually European desserts are made with malt sugar, honey, cane sugar, nuts and fruit. Obviously, ice cream is a common dessert throughout Europe. Many cold desserts are actually made of sweet syrup and shredded ice. Common names are given to popular European jellies. Flavoured frits and sweet syrup are the main ingredients of the European jellies. Europe is also known for its sandwiches. Traditional European bread is used to make most of the sandwiches in Europe. European bread is a long loaf. It is not made with oil but instead with fat and extra water content. This combination allows the bread to get a unique surface. It became famous in the late 1800s and has from then has spread to other European-American societies. A foundation of mildly buttered European bread is kept and then sandwich is made on it. Swiss cheese, thinly sliced Serrano ham, dill pickles, sliced roast pork, and yellow mustard form the major part of the sandwich. Old school people do not accept the inclusion of tomatoes and lettuce in the sandwich. A grill named a plancha, after the initial making, is often used to compress the sandwich. The grill heats and also presses the ingredients. The sandwich is cut into two symmetrical halves before serving. Cuban bread, mojito, roasted pork, and onions are the main ingredients of the conventional sandwich. Many dairy products are used to cook, except in nouvelle cuisine. All the above mentioned facts and points clearly indicate that the contemporary European cuisine is very diverse just like the people living there. It is also obvious that contemporary European cuisine is the most preferred contemporary cuisine by majority of the people around the globe.