Li’Brasil is the stylish new restaurant at Handle Beach front Resort

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Supper with a see? You’re on…

There was significantly anticipation encompassing the massive 77-storey Deal with Beach front Resort resort which lately finally opened its doorways. The massive construction offers two towers, adjoined by a sky bridge which attributes a sparkling infinity pool.

Of course, with the opening of a new resort arrives with a myriad of brand name new places to eat, and Li’ Brasil is the title of the stylish new eatery positioned on the floor flooring of Address Beach Resort. It serves up Lebanese and Brazilian delicacies.

By natural means, What’s On went to look at it out…

When it will come to placing, we really just cannot fault Li’ Brasil. We arrive to a advanced indoor restaurant with wooden-panelled walls, all kitsch brightly colored seating. We significantly like the gold-concluded minimal chairs that are established up at the bar.

The true pièce de résistance is the expansive out of doors terrace that affords its site visitors some extraordinary panoramic views out across the Arabian Gulf and Bluewaters Island, not forgetting Ain Dubai, Dubai’s quickly-to-open viewing wheel.

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The atmosphere captures that sleek Dubai foodstuff and beverage vibe. 1 of the most persuasive options on the terrace are the lots of inexperienced trees, as effectively as a interesting blue lit up DJ booth. As we settle in our seats and take in the check out, we definitely get that ‘Dubai’ feeling.

Staying a commonly Middle Japanese affair, we saved factors classic with the loaded hummus (Dhs28) with crumbled feta, shallots and pine nuts and the salted dried cod or ‘bacalhau’ (Dhs28) alongside a generous helping of very hot-from-the-oven breads and cheese cigars (Dhs38).

Next up, the grilled halloumi skewer (Dhs39) bridged the gap nicely among starters and mains. We went for the grilled seafood and meat skewer (Dhs168). It was, regrettably, the let down of the food with underwhelming flavours and presentation.

On the total, the setting of Li’ Brasil is gorgeous and if you’re heading right here for some advanced sundowners or evening beverages and a couple sharing bites, it definitely ticks the box…

Li’ Brasil, Handle Beach Resort, JBR, Dubai, Sunlight to Thurs 5pm to 2am, Friday to Saturday 3pm to 2am. addresshotels.com

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