Saadiyat island’s white sands, washed by the warm Gulf of Arabia, is the coolest of Abu Dhabi destinations.
Somehow restaurant seems the wrong word for Saba’a. The place is both a tribute to a disappearing Arabic way of life and a culinary call to arms.
If The Hide’s chef, James Niessen were a steak which cut would he be? Originally hailing from Chicago, then on a road trip that’s taken in Denver, Texas and wisely Hawaii you sense that this guy is an All-American food hero. It’s just that he’s hung a sharp right to Dubai.
Considering Ras al-Kaimah is an emirate that’s still developing as a tourist destination, there is, remarkably, no shortage of places to eat.
Camel meat, traditionally eaten by Arabia’s desert dwellers, is undergoing something of a resurgence in Abu Dhabi. A camel meat burger has now found its way onto a menu at Emirates Palace – one of the world’s most opulent hotels – and a camel meat pizza is now the popular choice at the Olivia’s restaurant at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.