If you ever visit the latest district in Dubai(One Central), then make sure you visit Andes restaurant as well. A South American contemporary dining restaurant where it’s not just about good food but creativity at it’s peak. With One Central district in crossroads of business and hospitality, Andes seems to be just the restaurant to be at that right place that’s seems to cater a perfect balance between business and hospitality.
At a modern business district, you have a restaurant that is designed to blend into the theme. Eating at Andes feels very relaxed and natural. Chairs were comfortable and love their copper craze design. A touch of nature by fitting in large plants at the center of the restaurant.
It all begins with their compliments. You can expect complimentary bread and butter whenever you eat here. The sour dough bread and smoked butter was yummy. The smashed avocado on a corn tart was my favourite. The first thing you notice is their presentation. Uniquely presented and it clearly shows they’ve put in lot of thought and creativity in presenting the food on your table. You probably will be staring at it for a minute before eating it.
The mains started with calamari and sour dough bread(the same bread we got as compliments in the beginning). The grilled calamari was an absolute charm in the mouth and it tasted as good as it looked on the plate. A slight tinch of sauce can be found on the bottom of the calamari.
The pasta was simply irresistible. Although I wished I could eat more of it. Their portion size seems to be limited and it’s probably just right if you tend to have a 3 course menu.
The real deal came in with the meats arriving our table. We were first presented with a set of knives that we could choose to use for our meats. I can tell you if you eat beef, you shouldn’t miss eating their 12 hour slow cooked brisket. It’s one of the best I’ve had and you could truly appreciate the quality of meat. The chicken was super tender and would just easily cut. Although you had accompaniment such as bean puree and onion demi sauce, I could easily enjoy the chicken just by itself.
All their signature desserts came with their home made ice creams which were luscious. The ice creams are freshly made in-house using natural ingredients and honestly was my favourite part in the dessert. The presentation was commendable, especially the concrete work on the kon-kawa dessert. Anyway, by the time you reach their dessert you already know they are praise worthy for their creativity and style. A perfect restaurant for a modern district.
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