July 24, 2012
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers brings a slice of France to Abu Dhabi with opening of Brasserie Angélique.
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, officially opened Abu Dhabi’s and the hotel’s latest gourmet venue: Brasserie Angélique.
Brasserie Angélique is a traditional French brasserie offering classic French home-style à la carte cuisine, combining an authentic French ambience with superb dining and lively metropolitan interaction.
Located opposite the Jumeirah at Etihad Towers’ Lobby and main entrance, Brasserie Angélique’s interiors, including wooden parquet and black and white mosaic floors, chandeliers and ornately moulded ceilings, immediately transport visitors to the centre of Paris, as does the traditional French Brasserie cuisine offered by Chef Niels Van Oers. Here a breakfast buffet of home baked pastries, breads, Italian coffee, freshly squeezed juices, carefully prepared eggs and fruits tempt visitors to dine in, or for those on their way to the office, pause to take a croissant or two with them. As the day progresses so too do the interiors and menus. Mid-morning cafés au lait give way to baguettes and savoury crêpes, and the marble table tops dress for the evening with their best linen and diningware, ready for regional French classics such as the highly recommended Paté de Foie de Volaille and Cassoulet de Toulouse.
At Brasserie Angélique the seasonal cuisine is prepared under the watchful eye of Chef Niels Van Oers using only the freshest of produce available. Orchestrating the dining areas is Monsieur Loic Thomas, ensuring visitors receive impeccable service that is at once refined yet friendly, welcoming and authentically French.
Located on Podium Level 3, opposite the hotel’s main lobby entrance and with its own private outdoor entrance, Brasserie Angélique will be open from 7pm – 11 pm during the Holy Month of Ramadan.