by Mira Kerbage
  • 1 minute read
  • May 07, 2021
Dive Into A Sensory Culinary Experience With Brasserie Boulud At Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk

Drawing inspiration from the pyramid-like infrastructure Luxor Obelisk, situated in Place de La Concorde in Paris, France, the hotel pays homage to Egyptian history while combining elements from French luxury and Emirati culture.

“French art de vivre, Egyptian and Emirati heritage are brought to life through décor, architecture and design. Grandeur and the tales of ancient Egyptian legends await to be discovered behind every corner,” said Omar Souab, General Manager of Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk, in a statement.

The hotel offers guests a wide of range of dining experiences such as Brasserie Boulud by Michelin star chef Daniel Boulud.

Located on the second floor, the brasserie presents visitors with the best of modern French cuisine as they are transported into a culinary experience like no other.

With art decorations, an open kitchen, modern chandeliers, bright colors and marble floors, the restaurant is a space where Parisian elegance meets the charming and warm Ancient Egyptian designs.

Throughout the Holy month of Ramadan, Brasserie Boulud invites guests to break their fast with a modern take on Iftar featuring dishes such as burrata with crisp artichokes, pickled zaatar and wild mushroom falafels, seabream with sumac and parsley, saffron poached pear tartlets and warm date puddings.

Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk also features a pool and lounge, Soleil, which translates to “sun” in English, transporting guests to Mediterranean destinations such as Santorini or Capri.

With a hotel app, QR codes and touchless technology throughout, Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk is the perfect space for tech-savvy visitors. Only a few minutes away from the city’s downtown, the hotel is sure to become one of Dubai’s hottest luxury destinations.

Images: provided. 

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