The Crossing Introduces Its New Ramadan Menu

UAE – May 18, 2022: The Crossing, the most sought-after restaurant known for its elevated Indian cuisine, is now introducing two uniquely curated menus – Business Lunch and cocktail paired menu. Located at the H Dubai, the restaurant with a patio offers a perfect venue and a relaxed atmosphere when heading out for lunch with colleagues, having a business meeting, or entertaining guests. Guests can enjoy a lavish weekday lunch (noon until 4pm) for AED 95 per person for a 2-course menu and AED 125 for a three-course menu (includes dessert). Both menus include dal/ salad and rice or a choice of bread. Diners can also select a glass of grape for an extra AED 29. In addition, the restaurant is also offering a unique menu curated by experienced sommelier that is expertly paired with a select list of grape drinks to complement a perfect Indian meal. The menu starts at AED 299 with 3 courses, going up to AED 499, with 6 courses – Diners can experience a selection of grape drinks with each course, further enhancing the flavours of each dish. Jarret D’Abreo, Managing Partner said, “The Crossing has firmly positioned itself as an elevated Indian restaurant in Dubai, and we are passionate about the experience we offer our guests. We are delighted to introduce two new menus that revolve around having a relaxed conversation over lunch or cocktails with colleagues, family, or friends.” The Crossing’s philosophy is rooted in the blending of cultures and shared food experiences from the Indian subcontinent. The Crossing’s highly researched menu is all about reviving lost recipes, exploring the diversity of regional cuisines, and finding dishes that have been influenced by immigrants and travellers. It features fewer curries but relies more on shared plates that are expressive of the classic Indian comfort food that generations of Indians have grown up with. -end- About The Crossing Located on 1, Sheikh Zayed Road, The Crossing brings the elevated neo-Indian cuisine experience to Dubai. In terms of design and aesthetics, The Crossing adopts an approach that is truly Indian at its core, with minimalist decor, clean walls, potted greenery, and discreet accents, inspired by the waiting lounges of Indian railways. The Crossing’s three founders come from different parts of India—Jarret D’Abreo is from Mumbai, Abhishek Joshi comes from Chandigarh and the founding chef Ankur Chakraborty has roots in Bengal while his hometown is in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. His family was employed with the Indian Railways, exposing him to different regional cuisines throughout his life. Each of the three brings their own culinary and cultural wealth to create a unique culinary and sensory experience at The Crossing. The Crossing Quick Links
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